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ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 



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CAMBRIDGE 

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ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 

A BIOGRAPHICAL LIST OF ALL KNOWN STUDENTS, GRADUATES 
'^^ AND HOLDERS OF OFFICE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, 
FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO 1900 

COMPILED BY 

J. A. VENN, LiTT.D., F.S.A. 

PRESIDENT OF QUEENS' COLLEGE 



PART II 

FROM 1752 TO 1900 



VOLUME I 
ABBEY— CHALLIS 



CAMBRIDGE 

AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

1940 




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PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN 



PREFACE 

THE main lines of this work were laid down by the present writer more than thirty 
years ago. Part I, embracing all recoverable names from the earliest times to 
1 75 1 , appeared in four volumes between the years 1 92 1 and 1 927 ; it had been sustained 
during the war period by the devoted labours of the late John Venn, Sc.D., F.R.S, — 
filius patri gratias agit. Then it was naturally felt that the chances of the Second Part 
being actively continued must primarily rest on the support accorded to its precursor. 
Almost at once, however, the Syndics of the Press most generously made financially 
possible the resumption of work on admissions from 1752 to 1900: and now, after a 
further twelve years' preparation, there are grounds for hoping that, despite the 
recurrence of war which must inevitably affect every aspect of book-production, the 
six resultant volumes will be published at intervals of a year or so. Each of these will 
be half as large again as those of Part I, for they have on an average only twenty entries 
per page as compared with forty-three to thirty-six in the first series — in other words, 
these 64,000 biographies of more recent members of the University contain almost 
twice as much information as was obtainable about their predecessors. 

The successful outcome of the original project, representing a production second 
in magnitude only to that of the Dictionary of National Biography, is, as indicated 
above, due to the Syndics, who have continuously afforded it every form of material 
and pecuniary support. Few compilers of such commercially unremunerative works 
can have found themselves in so enviable a position, for Alumni Cantabrigienses is a 
personal venture and not an official publication of the University. In such fortunate 
circumstances, the writer's own efforts and those of his staff have been the more whole- 
heartedly directed towards making the results as complete as is humanly possible; 
the former can, indeed, claim to have read all the entries, numbering 140,000, twice — 
first in typescript and then again in proof — whilst the laborious extraction and checking 
of the millions of facts and dates has never deterred his assistants from maintaining 
the very high standard originally set. 

In this latter connection it must be at once recorded that a terribly heavy blow was 
sustained by the unexpected death, in May 1939, of Miss F. W. S. Bloxham, principal 
Assistant since 191 5. In the course of those twenty-four years she had proved herself 



vi PREFACE 

to be one of the outstanding genealogists of her time, and it is no exaggeration to state 
that, without her highly skilled supervision, her uncanny accuracy and rigid devotion 
to detail, the Alumni would have emerged upon a much lower plane. Fortunately it 
has been possible to find a worthy successor in the person of an old friend, Mr E. A. B. 
Barnard, F.S.A., F.R.Hist.S., St Catharine's College, who has placed at its disposal 
his long-proved knowledge and experience in the fields of antiquarian and biographical 
research. There has thus been no serious break in the orderly progress of compilation. 

In view of the totally different nature of the original records now involved, it seems 
supererogatory either to repeat any account of the University and College archives in 
general, or to labour the difficulties inherent in the preparatory stages of such a work 
as this. Readers desirous of information concerning the former will find in the Preface 
to Part I a very full description of the nature and condition of all those University 
documents, by the combined utilisation of which it should be theoretically possible 
to keep trace of each student's academic career, as well as of the individual admission 
registers and other College records. One or two additional matters seem, however, to 
call for explanation here. 

The first is that now, fortunately, lists of matriculants, or even of graduates, on 
rare occasions supplemented by admission-book data, no longer represent the original 
basis upon which to build the superstructure of a student's Cambridge career, for the 
procedure has, in efi^ect, been reversed, and College registers supply, in varying degrees 
of fullness, information as to parentage, birth-place, age and school, while the University 
matriculation register forms no more than a useful check upon, for example, migrations 
and the spelling or sequence of Christian names. Evidence goes to show, however, 
that a disconcertingly high proportion of mis-statements is to be found even in recent 
College admission books. This is especially marked in relation to the addresses of 
parents, and, to a lesser degree, aff"ects dates of birth and places of education. Sub- 
sequent correspondence has revealed that, all too often, the most frequent explanation 
is that, while the original application for admission emanated from one address, by 
the time the entrant had come into residence his parents had removed elsewhere. 
Again, an arbitrary decision, perhaps hastily communicated by a nervous freshman to 
a busy clerk or College officer, may have determined, for all time, not only the selection 
of one from several schools attended, but could reverse the chronological sequence of 
his educational opportunities. Many youths clearly found difficulty (as witness the 
divergent views of several brothers) in describing with accuracy their father's profession 
or even in vahdating the year of their own birth. These explanations must be borne 
in mind by all those who discover what they might otherwise regard as evidence of 
careless transcription by ourselves from such published or manuscript sources. 
A further point to be stressed is that all biographical statements culled from 
extraneous authorities, which are either additional to, or corrective of, those given 
in admission books, have now been enclosed within square brackets, thus obviating 
any risk of ambiguity as to their origin. Although the spelling of their surnames by 
individuals had by 1752 become almost rigid, variations were, nevertheless, noted 
for at least another generation, and here again the matriculation books have had to be 
freely consulted — many thousands of signatures being checked. In Part I, as explained 



PREFACE vii 

above, even after matriculation had been instituted in 1544, quite a considerable 
proportion of entries officially commenced with the conferment of a degree: now, 
fortunately, with the exception of "Ten- Year" men who could defer the obligation 
to matriculate until proceeding B.D. under the Elizabethan Statute, recipients honoris 
causa (always easily distinguishable) and incorporands from other Universities, the 
consequential, and often hazardous, identifications have no longer to be faced. 

Those great handicaps represented by the ambiguity attaching to the holders of 
similar surnames, the absence of more than one Christian name and, above all, the 
numerous inaccuracies and lacunae described in the Preface to Part I, are now things 
of the past. Consequently it is far easier to assign with complete certainty not only 
intra-University careers, but also to attach events and happenings to post-academic 
lives without the constant use of expressions ranging in degree of certitude from "one 
of these names", through "possibly" and "probably", to "doubtless". One obvious 
result of this change in the nature of the material involved is that the proportion of 
entrants whose subsequent history cannot be traced has been reduced to the very low 
order of about four or five per cent. 

Advantage has been taken of the stabilisation of surnames to substitute, in con- 
formity with present-day practice, a strictly lexicographical sequence for the former 
grouping of all variants under one principal form. Furthermore, the use of double 
notation has, owing to the introduction in 1752 of the New Style, or Calendar, been 
completely eliminated from these volumes : this, in fact, was one of the reasons which 
determined the chronological division of the whole work, for, until comparatively 
recent times, the majority of B.A. degrees were conferred between January ist and 
March 25th. Among other new features will be observed the following. The recording 
of First Classes gained in Tripos Examinations and awards of University prizes; 
Presidency of the Union is also noted, as are all " Blues " that had been fully recognised 
up to the end of the period, so that rowing, cricket, football (under both codes), and 
the sports are thus included. Details of marriage are, in general, provided up to the 
year 1850. Service in the war of 1914-18, as described in the official University War 
List, is invariably given. In the case of living persons the latest known address is 
appended to each record, reliance being placed, apart from Who's Who, Crockford and 
other such works, upon the University Parliamentary Register or the separate College 
lists: the location of beneficed clergy is indicated by the insertion of a hyphen after 
the last ascertainable date of tenure for each particular incumbency, and such other 
professions as those of the law and medicine are, wherever possible, similarly treated. 

Although a very large number of fresh registers, histories and works of reference 
has been drawn upon, it does not seem necessary to repeat a long bibhography of 
published authorities such as appeared in Part I, for every entry concludes with a full 
list of the sources utilised, the titles of which must be familiar to most readers. 
Exceptionally, however, reference must at this point be made to one outstanding 
authority, for, although obituaries taken from The Times have, in every instance, been 
acknowledged, it must most gratefully be placed on record what a mass of accurate 
information has thus been collectively derived. Nor is a glossary of technical terms 
and expressions included, for the mediaeval atmosphere in which degrees ''ad 



viii PREFACE 

Bapttstam" or "per lit. reg" were of common occurrence has disappeared, appeal has 
no longer to be made to " Praelector's lists" or to "supplicats'\ no candidates presented 
themselves as "impubes" or as "famuli", no " ordo senioritatis'' called for inspection, 
nor have references to Grace-books "A", "B", "T" and "A" been demanded. The 
Hostels, too, had disappeared centuries before this section takes up the story, and 
their few successors of the late nineteenth century adopted self-explanatory titles. 
Uniformity, indeed, has extended to students as well as to institutions and courses of 
study, for the appearances of Research and Affiliated Students were few in number 
before 1900, whilst State Scholars, seconded members of the fighting Services and 
Colonial Probationers were as yet unknown in Cambridge. 

Criticisms of both the educational and the national status of the University during 
the second half of the eighteenth century, supported as they have been by widely- 
drawn evidence of a moral and social, superimposed upon a numerical, decline, 
fortunately cannot be extended to embrace also the condition of its archives, for this 
period was not debased, as were others in previous centuries, by any deterioration in 
the standards maintained by the successive University Registraries and the officers of 
most Colleges. Certain lapses in quite recent times by the latter have, however, caused 
difficulties: at Queens', for example, the admission-register was discontinued between 
1870 and 1886, and elsewhere one or two original records known to exist a few decades 
ago have now been lost. It can be stated, therefore, with thankfulness that the initial 
stages of this section of the work were not unduly prolonged by the exiguous nature 
of the material available, nor rendered more difficult by neglect on the part of the 
responsible custodians. 

Many, alas, of those who assisted so greatly in the preparation of the earlier Part 
have since closed their last day — amongst them being the Rev. A. B. Beaven, the Rev. 
T. C. Dale, Mr F. S. Hockaday, the Rev. A. Leedes Hunt, Colonel J. Parker, C.B., 
Mr M. H. Peacock, Mr J. Challenor Smith, Mr H. M. Wood and the Very Rev. H. B. 
Swanzy, Dean of Dromore. Others of that original band of helpers are fortunately still 
with us, and Part H, indeed, owes more than can be expressed to the renewed labours 
of Mr Ernest Axon, the Rev. H. I. Longden, F.S.A., Mr C. R. Hudleston, and Mr P. E. 
Towell, each of whom has read through every entry, adding numerous notes from 
information in his possession. Mr Roland Austin, F.S.A., of Gloucester, has been most 
helpful in checking the voluminous Hockaday manuscripts and Mr W. T. J. Gun has 
performed similar functions in connection with the Harrow School Register, whilst 
Mr R. L. Lloyd, of the Treasurer's Office at the Inner Temple, has given unremitting 
help in identifying members of that institution. A great debt is owed to the late 
Mr William Cowper, of Kingston, Jamaica, who, from a life-time spent in the West 
Indies, was able to augment to a marked degree the published records of that area. The 
after-careers of numerous Indian students, who first appeared at Cambridge in the late 
nineteenth century, have been most painstakingly checked and expanded by Dr R. P. 
Paranjpye, himself a Senior Wrangler and Fellow of St John's College, who recently 
retired from the Vice-Chancellorship of Lucknow University. Mr Leonard Whibley, 
Fellow of Pembroke, has freely placed his unrivalled knowledge of the late eighteenth 
century and of its notabilities at the compiler's service, and another Fellow of that 



PREFACE ix 

College, Mr S. C. Roberts, the busy Secretary of the University Press, has found time 
not only to give much helpful advice but also to supply notes relating to particular 
entries. Mr R. M. Glencross has most unselfishly provided a mass of otherwise 
inaccessible data relating to ordinations in the diocese of London. Sir Wasey Sterry, 
C.B.E., has generously given the Alumni the results of his lengthy investigations into 
the biographies of old Etonians, the bulk of which will eventually appear as addenda 
to Part I. The Rev. Canon E. H. Fellowes, Mus.Doc, of Windsor Castle, Mr G. B. 
Routledge, Mr L. G. H. Horton-Smith, Mr H. Guy Harrison, Mr J. Saltmarsh, 
F.S.A., Fellow of King's, and a host of other kind persons have facilitated enquiries 
in regard to particular places, families or institutions. 

The biographical collections of the late Master of St John's, Sir Robert F. Scott, 
recently made available by the great kindness of the Council of that College, represent 
the largest and most valuable assemblage of unpublished material to be drawn upon 
during the many years of preparation. While separate acknowledgement has been made 
in each entry thus augmented, this occasion must be seized to thank most warmly 
Mr F. Puryer White, Fellow of the College, who has personally helped by every means 
at his disposal the full utilisation of this outstandingly important collection of University 
biographies. 

The University Librarian, Mr A. F. Scholfield, has on numerous occasions accorded 
most welcome facilities to members of the Alumni staff, and, in September 1939, 
himself superintended the reception and accommodation of its vital card-catalogue 
within the comparatively safe shelter of the Library. Although all its staff have on 
every occasion maintained their traditional courtesy, to Mr H. L. Pink in particular 
is due an expression of gratitude for numerous personal acts of kindness and much 
helpful advice. 

Members of the clerical staffs of the University Registry and of every College 
office have, frequently at great sacrifice of their time, assisted in the elucidation of 
innumerable problems; to Mr J. M. Eyles, of the first-named department, in succession 
to the Rev. F. d'A. Ranner, has fallen the very responsible task of checking all matricu- 
lations and degrees and of adding honours. 

For the second time, thanks should be accorded to the Governing Bodies of all 
the Colleges and to the Non-Collegiate Students Board for permission, granted in 
some cases as long ago as 1908, to transcribe their published and unpublished admission 
and other registers. All the Bursars and officials concerned have been most helpful, 
but the name of Mr R. Gardner, Fellow and Bursar of Emmanuel, must in particular 
be singled out, for, following the example of his predecessor, the late Mr J. B. Peace, 
he has added every form of personal assistance. 

Several hundred previously unknown correspondents answered an appeal, made 
through the press, to old Cambridge men to furnish details of their post-University 
careers; all thereby earned the gratitude of the Alumni staff, as have innumerable other 
persons who have interested themselves in the work for many years past. 

To Miss Pate's well-known Cambridge typewriting office has fallen the penultimate, 
and truly gigantic, task of converting from cards into typescript the 140,000 entries 
contained in the whole work. The millions of frequently abbreviated, but rigidly 



X PREFACE 

standardised, words and expressions used have demanded in their handhng great 
concentration combined with an extraordinarily high level of accuracy, the undeviating 
maintenance of which on the part of Miss M. Robinson, Miss D. Smith and 
Mrs Benstead is all the more commendable by reason of the rarely relieved monotony 
of the work. 



The self-appointed task nears its end, but any personal feelings of relief and pleasure 
are overshadowed by the renewal of war, into whose maelstrom are now being drawn 
the sons of those whose corresponding service twenty-five years ago can be followed 
in these pages. Yet, as may be seen therein, the Horsemen of the Apocalypse have rarely 
ceased from launching their attacks against the youth of the nation. In Part I are to 
be found records of those who fell at Flodden, in the Low Countries, in the Civil War, 
and in every major campaign throughout Europe. Their counterparts of the second 
series left their bones in the Peninsula, at Waterloo, at Sebastopol, and on the ramparts 
of Delhi; they went prematurely from Cambridge to fight in South Africa, and they 
fell in their thousands, in Flanders as ever, in France and at Jutland. Byron's altruistic 
gesture to Greece was not unique, for many another Cambridge man laid down his 
life in out-of-the-way parts of the world for ideals of liberty. Plague, times innumerable, 
drove alike from their studies senior and junior members to temporary refuge in 
adjacent village or farmstead, on occasion deflecting for a year or so to the sister 
University the refreshing stream of new students. The graves of two Royal princes 
who thus perished are to be seen in the churchyard at Buckden in Huntingdonshire, 
and every parish church and college chapel in Cambridge contains the memorials of 
countless lesser victims cut off in their promise and hurriedly interred by night. Youth 
has ever been wont to intervene in constitutional and social uprisings, so it is not 
surprising to find Cambridge men associated with every such occasion in history, from 
the "North versus South" riots of 1261 and the generation-later conflict with the 
Crown over the latter's alleged exclusive rights in the Warren of Cambridge. Our 
alumni have left their names upon the Martyrs' Memorial at Oxford, the " Cambridge 
Seven" cheerfully accepted life-long assaults from the third Horseman in China; 
others, past numbering, have suffered, for a similar cause, hunger and pain, and 
frequently death itself, in Central Africa, in the unexplored regions of Australia and 
in all those parts of the world where nature is most inhospitable and mankind most 
intractable. Others, pitting themselves against nature herself, have nobly perished by 
the South Pole, on the highest slopes of Everest and in the depths of tropical seas, 
have failed to return from the hidden places of Arabia or have found a living death 
in the land of Barbary pirates. 

If Part I produced a magician for the Czar of Russia and the inventor of Dover's 
powder, Part II records the first successful use of weed-killer by a wife-murderer, 
death in a diving-bell in the South Pacific, the advent to Cambridge of Captain Cook's 
son, and achievements in sea and aerial navigation associated respectively with the 



PREFACE xi 

names of Berthon and Bacon. So, metaphorically, pass before our eyes, not merely 
those "leaders of the people", who, "by their counsels and by their knowledge of 

learning have left a name behind them", or the "rich men furnished with 

ability", but also that host of "ordinary men", of whom it might have been said that 
they "have no memorial". For it can now be claimed that, contrary to Sir Thomas 
Browne's gloomy dictum, the overw^helming majority of Cambridge lives will be found 
in "the record of man". 

This outward procession oi alumni "from the earliest times to 1900" forms, indeed, 
a microcosm of the country itself. Numerically, its largest element is composed of the 
tens of thousands of beneficed clergy, in many cases son succeeding father for generation 
after generation. Next in order of magnitude follow those whose ultimate pursuit was 
the law, their immediate aim entry to some Inn of Court. Medical practitioners come 
third, before that wonderful collection of schoolmasters, civil servants, engineers, 
bankers and business men, writers and poets, whose lives and actions, successes and 
failures, must have been greatly determined by the influences brought to bear upon 
them within these sheltered walls. 

That movement from the University, year in, year out, necessarily had its counter- 
part in the similar convergence upon Cambridge which had commenced at some 
unrecorded period of the thirteenth century or even earlier still. This flood achieved 
its greatest momentum at the Renaissance and again just before the Civil War, slowing 
perceptibly thereafter until, during the second half of the eighteenth century, it was 
reduced to a mere fraction of what it had been in Elizabethan times. The Peace of 18 15, 
when those who had won their spurs in battle donned the student's gown, gave it fresh 
impetus ; and the Victorian era, by abolishing mediaeval restraints on freedom of belief 
and recognising the place of " Science" in the curriculum, caused it, by the "nineties", 
to overflow its banks as never before. 

The constitution, as well as the strength, of this stream frequently changed, for 
the monkish students of Canon Law gave place to those who sought knowledge of the 
Civil code, while the Reformation induced an influx of potential parish clergy, although 
more than three hundred years were to pass before Roman Catholics, non-Conformists, 
Jews and agnostics could reside on terms of equality with those who recognised the 
established faith. In the third quarter of the nineteenth century there was added a 
thin trickle of Indian, and later, of Oriental, students — following in the steps of those 
who in bygone times had been attracted from the seminaries of Holland, Italy or 
Spain — a class, some portions of which were shortly to receive recognition, in the first 
instance as "Advanced", and, subsequently, as "Research Students". At that time, 
too, the Non-Collegiate system was established in an attempt to widen, on lines 
reminiscent of those opportunities available to "poor students" of earlier ages, the 
approaches to Cambridge — a policy which was eventually to be augmented by the 
provision of State Scholarships and other more direct forms of assistance. 

In the old times this ever-moving procession was of a more heterogeneous character. 
There, side by side with the nobleman's son, assured, after a few terms' idle residence, 
of his Master's degree without any formality save that of payment, walked the humble 
Sizar, trusting that intensive study combined with menial service would enable him 



xii PREFACE 

to complete his course. Beside them might be seen a group of Fellow-Commoners, 
magnificent in gold-laced gowns, whose passage to the legal profession or to the life 
of a country gentleman lay securely in front of them. The average age may, at times, 
have been as high as fifteen years, for, until well on in the seventeenth century, many 
came into residence as mere children ; the youngest on record entered college at seven ! 
Some of these boys had been taught at schools that are still famous, but countless 
numbers of them were products of successful grammar schools destined later to 
sink back into oblivion. Contemporaries of Shakespeare, in possession of amply 
sufficient Latin and, doubtless, some Greek, came from Stratford-on-Avon, and the 
little village school of Eaton Socon, Huntingdonshire, was frequently mistaken by 
College authorities for a very different foundation on the banks of the Thames. 
According to their means and station they came hither on foot or on horseback and, 
as to provenance, some, venturing into what must have seemed a foreign land, had 
left behind them the mountains of Wales, others, speaking with an equally strange 
accent and perhaps with Greek Testament in pocket, trudged south from Aberdeen- 
shire to be joined on the way by groups of young dalesmen from the Fells and of 
yeomen's sons from the Midlands. The white chalk of Kent was mingled with the 
red soil of Devon as the throng crossed the threshold of their chosen colleges. Some 
went naturally to that at which for five, six, or seven generations their forbears had 
been welcomed, some to one which by reason of their birthplace could offer the financial 
help of a close scholarship; many were commended by schoolmaster or parson to 
contemporaries, now tutors or deans; others chose blindly. Whilst the majority stayed 
for at least four years, the fortunate colleger of Eton, certain of a Fellowship at King's 
and confronted by no University examination, could look forward to the easy existence 
of a Don for the rest of his life ; a small, but unstable proportion throughout the ages 
found academic requirements too great a strain on intellect or purse and, together 
with a still smaller number for whom any corporate life proved impossibly irksome, 
perforce withdrew. Assuredly there were amongst them saints — some thereafter to 
be canonised by their Church, others already recognised as such by those around them 
— and equally certain it is that there were sinners also. These men passed out from 
court and grove, if not always with distinction, yet in possession of something which 
was to sustain them throughout the length of their days — a feeling of gratitude and 
affection for University and College. Apart from a small minority of those whose 
names appear in these last volumes, all have crossed the river of death. 

No man can state when the procession began to move, certainly none can say when 
or how it will come to an end. It has been a happy privilege during these many years 
to discover and to describe the lives of its individual members. Doubtless, generations 
hence, some other grateful son of Cambridge will unfold, in a third series, the ever- 
growing roll of alumni Cantabrigienses. 



J. A. VENN 



Queens' College 
January, 1940 



ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES 

FROM 1752 TO 1900 



Abbey, Alfred James 

ABBEY, ALFRED JAMES. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 26, 1866. 
S. of James, gent., of Lubenham, near Market Harborough. 
B. there Jan. 31, 1847. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; 
M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1870; priest, 1871. C. of 
Leeds, Yorks., 1870-4; V. of Cotterstock with Glapthom, 
Northants., 1874-9. C. of Luton, 1879-80. V. of Marazion, 
Cornwall, 1880-3. Living in Jersey in 1898. Died Sept. 22, 
1923, at Nice. Bequeathed £2000 for the restoration of 
Peterborough Cathedral. (Venn, 11. 375; Scott, MSS.; H. I. 
Longden.) 
ABBIT, WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1889, from 
Cavendish H. Adm. at Downing, Jan. 19, 1892; B.A. 1892. 
ABBOT, FREDERICK JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Mar. 3, 1843. Of Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1843; B..A. 
1847. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 20, 1846; priest, Dec. 
19, 1847; C. of Dursley, 1846. C. of St Luke's, Soho, London. 
Sometime Precentor and C. of Holy Trinity, Hull. Chaplain 
to the Guards Regt. at Knightsbridge, London; at Aldershot 
in 1866; also in China with the Taku Force Expedition. 
Chaplain to the Forces at Porto Bello Barracks, Dublin, in 
1869. M.A. (sic). Died 1869 (or 1870) of fever contracted in 
China. [For his eldest son, Lieut. -Col. Frederick Abbot, 
C.B.E., see Who's Who, 1938.] Father of Hugh (next). 
{Clergy List, 1866, 1870; F. Abbot.) 
ABBOT, HUGH. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 5, 1889. 3rd s. 
[posthumous] of Frederick James (above), clerk, deceased, of 
Meadow Bank, GuUdford, Surrey. B. there 1870. School, 
Wellington College. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 
1913. Entered the brewing trade. Manager of the Rhodesian 
Breweries, South Africa. A volunteer in the South African 
War. Returned to England. Served in the Great War (R.F.A., 
1915; Capt.; mentioned in despatches). Official Lecturer on 
brewing at the Sir John Cass Technical Institute. Technical 
editor of an important brewing paper. Recognised as an 
expert on bottled beer. Of Inholmes Farm, near Guildford. 
Author, scientific papers on brewing and bottUng. Died 
Oct. 19, 1933. (Univ. War List; F. Abbot; The Times, 
Oct. 23, 1933.) 
ABBOT, SAMUEL THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 6, 1844. S. of Thomas, of West Hatch, Chigwell, Essex. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1844. Died Mar. 24, 1846, 
aged 21, at West Hatch. (Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1846, i. 
554-) 
ABBOT, THEOPHILUS. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, May 30, 
1796. [Perhaps s. of Samuel, V. of Thornton, Leics.] B. 

1776. School, Clergy Orphan, ' Abbott, Theo.' (Clergy Orphan 
Sch. Reg.) 

ABBOT or ABBOTT, WILLIAM. Adm. (age 17) at King's, a 
scholar from Eton, July 6, 1789. S. of William. B. at St 
Lawrence-in-Thanet, Kent. Bapt. there Sept. 5, 1770. 
Matric. Michs. 1789; B.A. 1793; M-A. 1796. FeUow, 1792- 
1815. Ord. priest (Norwich) May 22, 1796. Assistant Master 
at Eton, 1797-1806. R. of Horstead and Coltishall, Norfolk, 
1815-46. Died Feb. 4, 1846, aged 76. M.I. at Horstead. 
(Eton Coll. Reg.) 

ABBOTT, ALEXANDER SCOTT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, 
Feb. 13, 1837. Of Cambs. Matric. Lent, 1837. 

ABBOTT, ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Feb. 1, 
1855. S. of Robert, British Consul, Salonica, Macedonia. 
B. there. Matric. Michs. 1855. 

ABBOTT, CHARLES FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, May 28, 1777. S. of Charles, of Dublin [Capt. in 
the Royal Artillery]. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 

1777, as Charles; Scholar, 1778. Entered the Army (Ensign, 
68th Foot, 1785; Lieut., 1789; retired, 1793). Died Jan. 6, 
i8ii. (Record of Old Westminsters, Suppl.) 

ABBOTT, EDMUND CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 3, 
1823. Of Somerset. 

ABBOTT, EDWIN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. i, 1886. S. of 
Edwin Abbott (next), clerk, D.D., Head Master of the City 
of London School. B. Jan 29, 1868, at Abbey Road, N.W. 
Schools, St John's Wood and St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
Scholar, 1886-90; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, ist Class) 1889; 

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Abbott, James 

Chancellor's Medal (Classical) 1890; M.A. (Jesus) 1893. 
Fellow of Jesus, 1890; Lecturer in Classics, 1890; Tutor, 
1913-32; retired. Examiner in the Classical Tripos, 1895, 
1896, 1905, r9o6 and 1913. Of 15, Ravenscroft Park, Bamet, 
1938. (Venn, 11. 480.) 

ABBOTT, EDWIN ABBOTT. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 30, 
1857. S. of Edwin Abbott [Head Master of the Philological 
School, Marylebone, London, for whom see D.N.B.]. B. 
Dec. 20, 1838. School, Citj' of London. Matric. Michs. 1857; 
Scholar; Chancellor's Medal, 1861; ist Smith's Prizeman; 
Camden Medal; B.A. (Senr. Classic) 1861; M.A. 1864. FeUow, 
1862. Hon. Fellow, 1912. D.D. (Cant.) 1872. Hulsean 
Lecturer, 1876. Select preacher at Oxford, 1877. Ord. 
deacon, 1862; priest (Worcester) 1863. Assistant Master at 
King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1862-4; at Clifton 
College, 1865. Head Master of the City of London School, 
1865-89. Published a Shakespearean Grammar, 1870; a full 
edition of Bacon's Essays, 1876; and, later, the Life and 
Works of Francis Bacon. Published, anonymously, Philo- 
christus: Memoirs of a Disciple of Our Lord — written in 
Elizabethan EngUsh, 1877. Subsequently took up the study 
of Syriac and of Rabbinical literature. Retired to Hampstead 
and devoted himself to study in preparation for his great 
work: Clue, a Guide through Greek to Hebrew Scripture; and 
subsequent volumes known as Diatessarica. Contributed the 
article on The Gospels to the 9th edition of the Encyclopaedia 
Briiannica. A noted scholar, critic and teacher, with an 
unquenchable passion for truth. Author, Through Nature to 
Christ; The Spirit on the Waters; The Anglican Career of 
Cardinal Nervman ; St Thomas of Canterbury, a Study of the 
Evidence bearing on his Death and Miracles, etc. Died Oct. 12, 
1926, aged 87, at Hampstead. Buried there. Father of Edwin 
(above). (The Times, Oct. 13, 1926; Crockford; D.N.B. ; Eagle.) 

ABBOTT, FREDERICK JENKINS. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
July 5, 1837. Of Middlesex. [S. of Charles ThelweU, solicitor, 
of 8, New Inn, London.] Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 1841; 
M.A. 1844. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 23, 1841. Called 
to the Bar, 1858. Practised as a Special Pleader; on the 
Home Circuit and Surrey Sessions. Died Oct. 17, 1885. (T. C. 
Dale; R. L. Lloyd.) 

ABBOTT, GEORGE FREDERICK. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1897. 
Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. i, 1897. Of Gresham House, 
London, E.C. Exhibitioner; Prizeman; B.A. 1899. Went to 
Macedonia to study the folk-lore of the country, 1900-1. 
Journalist; correspondent for the Daily News, 1901; special 
correspondent for the Daily Chronicle in South Eastern 
Europe, 1903; and of the Calcutta Statesman, 1905-6, during 
the Prince of Wales' Tour in India. Joined the Turco-Arab 
forces in the Tripolitan hinterland, 1911-12. Knight Com- 
mander of the Order of the Saviour in Greece. Author, Songs 
of Modern Greece; Macedonian Folk-lore; Greece in Evolution; 
Turkey in Transition; The Philosophy of a Don; Under the 
Turk in Constantinople; Thucydides, etc. (Wlio's Who, 1938.) 

ABBOTT, GEORGE RUNHAM. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1889; 
B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. 

ABBOTT, HENRY DYETT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Mar. 22, 
1833. S. of P. H., Esq., of Brunswick Square, London. B. 
Sept. 15, 1816. Matric. Michs. 1833. Entered the Madras 
Army (Ensign, 31st Madras Native Infantry, 1836; Capt., 
1853; Major, Madras Stag Corps, 1861; Lieut. -Col., 1863; 
Major-General, 1878; General, 1889). Served through the 
Indian Mutiny, 1857-9. C.B., 1859. Died Nov. 13, 1892, at 
61, Nevem Square, Earl's Court, London. (7". A. Walker, 
446; Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

ABBOTT, JABEZ. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 22, 1824. Of 
Lines. Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1829. Died June 16, 1889, 
aged 83, at Ivy House, Alford, Lines. (G.E.C., Notes.) 

ABBOTT, or ABBOT, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 
17, 1822. Of Sussex. Matric. Lent, 1823, as .\bbot; B.A. 
1830; M.A. 1840. Resided in Sussex. Author, The Handbook 
of Idiotcy. . . ; Logical Arguments and Metaphysical Verities; 
The Book for Training Children. . ., 2nd ed., 1864. (Boose, 
IV. Suppl., where date of death is not given.) 



Abbott, James 

ABBOTT, JAMES. Adin. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 12, 1864. S. of 
James [Lieut., Adjutant, 82nd Infantry]. B. June i, 1841, 
at Portsmouth. School, Kingstown, Co. Dublin. Matric. 
Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1889. Died Aug. 9, 1916, at 
the residence of Lieut. -Col. Dualt, Sydenham Hill. (R. F. 
Scott; The Times, Aug. 12, 1916.) 

ABBOTT, JAMES REYMOND DE MONTMORENCY. Adm. pens, 
at King's, Oct. 12, 1889. S. of Sir James, General, K.C.B., of 
Ryde, Isle of Wight (for whom see D.N.B.). School, Welling- 
ton College. Matric. Easter, 1890; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1894. 
Of St Boniface Terrace, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, in 1923. 
{King's Coll. Adm. Keg.; Univ. Cal., 1937-8.) 

ABBOTT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, May 25, 
1831. S. and h. of John, gent., of Thomthwaite Hall, 
Bampton, Westmorland. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1831; 
Scholar; B.A. {15th Wrangler) 1835; M.A. 1838. Fellow, 1836. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) May 27, 1838. Assistant Master at King 
Edward's School, Binningham, in 1846; still there in 1849. 
Died Oct. 5, 1849. (G. Mag., 1849, ii. 662.) 

ABBOTT, JOHN CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
1899. S. of John Thomas Henry, clerk. B. at Crenahoe, 
Blacklion, Co. Enniskillen, Ireland. [School, Denstone.] 
Matric. Easter, 1899; B.A. 1906. Assistant Master at Craven 
College, Highgate, Middlesex, 1899. Ord. deacon, 1908; 
priest (Manchester) 1909; C. of St Cyprian, Salford, 1908-12. 
V. of Raetihi, WelUngton, New Zealand, 1913-16. V. of 
Martinborough, 1916-20. V. of St Peter Palmerston, 1924- 
32. V. of Tinui, 1932-5. V. of Taihape, 1935-8-. {Denstone 
Sell. Keg.; Crockford, 1938.) 

ABBOTT, [JOHN] NELSON. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, 
Dec. II, 1849. S. of John Nelson. B. at Salonica. School, 
Attica (Mr Gennadius). Matric. Michs. 1850 (John Nelson); 
B.A. 1854. 

ABBOTT, ROBERT CROWTHER. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. 6, 1888. S. of Arthur Robert, V. of Gorleston, Suffolk. 
B. Sept. 19, 1S69, at Tottenham, London. School, Marl- 
borough. Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar, 1891; B.A. {7th 
Wrangler) 1891; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon, 1893; priest 
(Salisbury) 1894. Assistant Master at Marlborough College, 
1892-1907. Chaplain there, 1903-7. Principal of Salisbury 
Theological College, 1907-13. Preb. of Salisbury, 1907-13; 
Canon, 1917. Chaplain to the Bishop of Salisbury, 1912-16. 
V. of Gt St Mary's, with St Michael's, Cambridge, 1913-14. 
V. of Holy Trinity, Weymouth, 1914-16. Rural Dean and 
Chaplain of Weymouth Union. V. of Gillingham with East 
and West Stour and Milton, Dorset, 1916-25. Rural Dean of 
Shaftesbury, 191&-25. Examining Chaplain, 1918. Proctor 
in Con\ocation, 1922-7. Suffragan Bishop of Sherborne, 
1925-7. Died Nov. 25, 1927. (G. B. Routledge; Crockford.) 

ABBOTT, THOMAS JESUP. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 24, 1809. B. at Needham Market, Suffolk. Matric. 
Michs. 1809; B.A. 1815; M.A. 1818. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
June 23, 1811; priest, Dec. 20, 1812. V. of Loddon, Norfolk, 
1827-30. C. of Newmarket, Cambs. Died June 17, 1830, 
aged 42. (G. Mag., 1830, 11. 90.) 

ABBOTT, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 30, 1856. 
S. of John Charles, actuary. B. Jan. 13, 1838, at Canterbury. 
School, King's School, Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1856; 
B.A. i860; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1861; 
priest (Lichfield) 1862; C. of Wickham, 1861-2. Held other 
curacies, 1862-5. V. of St Martin's, Lincoln, 1865-70. V. of 
St John's, Upper Holloway, Middlesex, 1870-6. V. of 
Paddington, London, 1876-1904. Rural Dean. A conscien- 
tious adherent of the Evangelical School. Author, The 
Communicant's Daily Help. Died Dec. 18, 1904, in his church, 
of apoplexy. {Peilc, 11. 550.) 

ABBOTT, WALTER GUPPY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 3, 
1863. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1875. Ord. 
deacon (Exeter) 1856; priest (London) 1866; C. of St Peter's, 
Plymouth, 1857-9. Held curacies in London, 1859-65. 
Organising Secretary of the Additional Curates' Society, 
1865-74- R- of St Luke's, Old Street, London, 1874-97. 
Rural Dean, 1890-7. Died Aug. 7, 1897, aged 64, at St Luke's 
Rectory. (R. F. Scott; The Times, Aug. 9, 1897.) 

ABBOTT, WILLIAM SMITH DUNBAR. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Magdalene, July i, 1868. S. of John S., Esq., of 28, Pern- 
bridge Crescent, London. School, Harrow. Matric. Lent, 
1869. Joined the 8th Hussars, 1869; retired as Capt. Died 
Aug. 28, 1903. {Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

ABBS, COOPER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, June 25, 
1756. S. of Jeremiah, of Sunderland. School, Appleby, West- 
moriand. Matric. Michs. 1756; Scholar, 1757; B.A. 1760; 
M.A. 1764. Fellow. Ord. deacon (Ely) Feb. 15, 1761. Of 
Monkwearmouth, Durham, clerk (for his son George Cooper, 
see Al. C-con.). See also note sub George Cooper Abbs. 



Abdy, Neville James 

ABBS, or ABBES, GEORGE COOPER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 10, 1817. S. of Bryan, of Cleadon, near Sunderland. 
Matric. Michs. 1817; B.A. 1821. Ord. deacon, 1823; priest 
(Durham) 1824; C. of Dalton-le-Dale, 1823. C. of Gateshead, 
1825. C. of Whitburn, 1836. Chaplain to the Earl of Bever- 
ley, 1826. Of Whitburn, near Sunderland in 1847 (in Clergy 
List, unbeneficed) ; patron and lay Impropriator of Ingleby 
Arnecliffe, Yorks. Of Cleadon House (Hall), Sunderland, in 
1860-78. [Ann Sophia, dau. of the late Rev. Cooper Abbs, 
M.A., and sister of Bryan Abbs, Esq., of Cleadon House, 
died Dec. 8, 1823, at Monkwearmouth, Durham.] Disappears 
from Crockford, 1879. (Dates of ordination are variously given 
in Crockford but the above are probably correct.) (G. Mag., 
1824, I. 189.) 

ABDUL ALI, HAMID MOIZUDIN. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1900. 

ABDUL VAHID, MOHAMMED. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 6, 
1883. S. of Mouboi {sic) Mohammed Haider Hosein (? Hus- 
sain). B. Jan. 1, 1865, at Agra, India. School, Government 
High, Allahabad. Matric. Michs. 1883 (Abdul Vahid, 
Mohammed). Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 12, 1883, as 
'Vahid, Abdul, of the North West Provinces, India; 4th s. of 
Mouloie {sic) Haider Hussain of the N.W. Province, India, 
Zemindar.' {Peile, 11. 698; Scott, MSS.) 

ABDY, ALBERT CHANNING. B.A. 1853, incorp. from Oxford. 
S. of John Channing, clerk, of London [R. of St John's, 
Southwark, 1823-45], and grandson of William Jarvis (i794)- 
Matric. (Worcester College, Oxford) June 9, 1848, age 19; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1852; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon, 1854; priest, 
1855; C. of Broughton with Bossington, Hants. Held other 
curacies, 1862-72. R. of St Mary's, Stamford, Lines., 1872- 
85. Died Nov. 21, 1885. (Al. Oxon.; Crockford; P. E. 
Towell.) 

ABDY, CHARLES BOYD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 22, 1806. 
Of Essex. 3rd s. of Thomas Abdy [Rutherforth] (1772). 
clerk. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1806; Scholar, 1807; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814. Ord. deacon (London) 
Sept. 22, 1811; priest, Sept. 20, 1812; R. ofTheydon Gamon, 
Essex, 1812-43 and R. of Coopersale. Rural Dean. J. P. for 
Essex. Died unmarried Aug. 20, 1843, at Coopersale Rectory. 
Brother of Edward S. (next) and John R. (1796). (G. Mag., 
1843, II. 667.) 

ABDY, EDWARD STRUTT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 4, 1808. 
Of Essex. 5th s. of Thomas Abdy (1772), clerk, deceased. 
School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1808; Scholar; B.A. 1813; 
M.A. 1817. Fellow. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 19, 
1813. Author, Journal of a Residence and Tour in the United 
States of North America, from April 1833 to Oct. 1834, etc. 
Died immarried Oct. 12, 1846, aged 56, at Bath. Brother of 
Charles B. (above), etc. (Felsted Sch. Reg.; D.N.B.; Essex 
Pedigrees.) 

ABDY, JOHN RUTHERFORD or RUTHERFORTH. Adm. pens. 
(age 18) at Jesus, June, 1796. S. and h. of Thomas Abdy 
[alias Rutherforth] (1772), clerk. B. at Coopersale, near 
Epping, Essex. Schools, Eton and Felsted. Scholar, 1798 
(John Rutherforth). Adm. at the Middle Temple, Dec. 2, 
1789. Of Albyns, Essex, Esq. High Sheriff of Essex, 1809. 
Married Caroline EUzabeth, dau. of James Hatch, of Clay- 
bury, Essex, July 17, 1800. Died s.p. Apr. 1, 1840, aged 61, 
at Albyns. Brother of Charles B. (1806), etc. (Eton Coll. 
Reg. ; Essex Pedigrees.) 

ABDY, JOHN THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Jan. 2, 
1841. S. and h. of James Nicholas, Colonel, East India 
Company, and of Kensington, London. B. July 5, 1822, at 
Madras. School, Kensington Proprietary. Matric. Michs. 
1841; Scholar; Civil Law Classes, ist Class, 1844-5; LL.B. 
1847; LL.D. 1852. Fellow, 1850. Regius professor of Civil 
Law, 1854-73. Examiner in Civil Law, 1854; for Law Tripos, 
1858-69, and 1876; in Law and History Tripos, 1870-3. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 12, 1842. Called to the Bar, 
1850. Professor of Civil Law at Gresham College, 1858-96. 
On the Eastern and Home Circuits. Revising barrister for 
the Norfolk Circuit, 1864-71. Recorder of Bedford, 1870-93. 
Judge of the County Courts, 1871-93. Of Baddow Court, 
Essex. Author, Historical Sketch of Civil Procedure among 
the Romans; translated (with Bryan Walker) TA^ Com- 
mentaries of Gaius and Institutes of Justinian; edited Kent's 
Commentary on International Laiv. Died Sept. 25, 1899, at 
Rottingdean, Sussex. Father of the next. (Essex Pedigrees; 
Foster, Men at the Bar; Boase iv, Suppl.) 

ABDY, NEVILLE JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 9, 1876. S. of John Thomas (above), Esq., of Gt 
Baddow House, Chelmsford, Essex. B. Oct. 16, 1857. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1877. Football 
(assoc.) 'blue,' 1878. Died Apr. 20, 1878, at Cambridge. 



Abdy, Thomas Abdy 

ABDY or RUTHERFORTH, THOMAS ABDY. Adm. pens, 
(age i6) at St John's, Apr. 21, 1772- S. of Thomas [Ruther- 
forth] (1726), D.D. [and Charlotte Elizabeth, dau. of Sir 
William Abdy, Bart.]. B. Dec. 5, 1755, at Barley, Herts. 
School, Eton. Matric. NUchs. 1772 (Rutherforth, T. A.); 
Scholar, 1772 (T. A. Rutherforth); B.A. 1776 (Abdy, T. A.); 
M.A. 1786. Took the name and arms of Abdy in lieu of 
Rutherforth, by Royal Licence, June 3, 1775, on succeeding 
to the estates of his uncle Sir Anthony Thomas Abdy, Bart., 
of Albyns, Essex. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 27, i777; priest, 
Dec. 21, 1779. R. of Theydon Gamon, and Coopersale, Essex, 
1780-98. Married Mary, dau. of James Hayes, Esq., of 
Holyport, Bucks, (a Bencher of the Middle Temple), Jan. 13, 
1778. Author, Sermon. Died Oct. 14, 1798. ^t the Crown 
Inn, Reading, while on his way to Bristol. Buried at Staple- 
ford Abbots, Essex. Father of Charles B. (1806), Edward S. 
{1808) and John R. (1796). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; Essex 
Pedigrees; Burke, Ext. Bart.) 
ABDY, THOMAS NEVILLE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 19, 
1829. Of Essex. [S. of Anthony Thomas, Capt., R.N. B. 
Dec. 21, 1810.] School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1829; 
Scholar; B.A. 1833. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 20, 
1831. Of Albyns, Essex; succeeded his uncle, John Ruther- 
forth Hatch Abdy, 1840. M.P. for Lyme Regis, 1847-52. 
Created Bart., Jan. 8, 1850. High Sheriff for Essex, 1875. 
J. P., D.L. Married Hariot, dau. of Rowland Alston, of 
Pishiobury, Herts., Oct. 19, 1841. Died July 20, 1877, at 
6, Grosvenor Place, London. (Essex Pedigrees; Burke, P. and 
B.) 
ABDY, WILLIAM JARVIS. M.A. from King's, i794- S. of 
Thomas, of London, gent. Matric. (Magdalen Hall, Oxford), 
June 26, 1775, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) i779- Ord. deacon 
(London) Mar. 15, 1778; C. of Staines, Middlesex, 1778-80. 
Lecturer of All Hallows, Lombard Street, London, 1781. 
C. of St John's, Southwark, c. 1782-1805. Evening Lecturer 
of St Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, 1800. R. of St John (Horsley- 
down), Southwark, 1805-23. Married Elizabeth, dau. of 
John Perkins of Staines (she died May 11, 1814, at South- 
wark). (According to Foster, Al. Oxon., he married E. Nott, 
June 21, 1784.) Author, Sermon. Died Apr. 16, 1823, aged 67, 
at St John's Rectory. (Al. Oxon.; Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag.; 
Brayley, Surrey, v. 383; P. E. Towell.) 
ABDY WILLIAMS, C. F.; see WILLIAMS, C. F. A. 
A'BECKETT, ARTHUR HEYWOOD. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Oct. 8, 1887. [2nd s. of William Arthur Callander (1887), 
J.P., of Melbourne, Australia. B. June 18, 1867, at The 
Grange, Co. Momington, Victoria; registered at Berwick 
under the name of Arthur St Thomas a Beckett.] Matric. 
Michs. 1887. Served in the Great War (Capt., Austrahan 
Light Horse). Brother of William G. (1887). (Burke, Col. 
Gentry, i. 145 ; Univ. War List.) 
A'BECKETT, WILLIAM ARTHUR CALLENDER (? CALLAN- 
DER). Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, May 24, 1887. S. of 
Sir William, late Chief Justice of Victoria, Australia. B. 
July 7, 1833. Matric. Michs. 1887 (W. A. Callender). A 
member of the Executive Council of Victoria. Barrister 
(Inner Temple), 1887. Of The Grange and Kalora Park, 
Berwick; of West Lavington, Anderson's In'et, Victoria; 
and of Penleigh House, Westbury, WUts. Father of William 
G. (next) and Arthur H. (1887). (Burke, Col. Gentry, i. 
I45-) 
A'BECKETT, WILLIAM GILBERT. Adm. pens, (age 23), at 
Jesus, Oct. 1887. S. and h. of William Arthur Callander 
(above). B. Apr. 10, 1864, at Melbourne, AustraUa. School, 
Melbourne. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1891; LL.B. 1892; 
M.A. and LL.M. 1896. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June 18, 
1886. CaUed to the Bar, 1891. Returned to Australia. M.P. 
for Melbourne. Brother of Arthur H. (1887). (Reg. of the 
Senate, 1937.) 
ABEL, Sir FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, C.B. Hon. Sc.D. 1888. 
Rede Lecturer, 1888. F.R.S., i860. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1883. 
Chemist to the War Department at Woolwich. Chief of&cial 
authority on explosives. Invented cordite, 1889. K.C.B., 
1891. Created Bart., 1893. G.C.V.O., 1901. Died Sept. 6, 
1902. (D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 
ABEL, HENRY GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Christ'S; Jan. 15. 
1894. S. of George. B. Aug. 22, 1875, at Lee, Kent. School, 
St Olave's Grammar, Southwark. Matric. Michs. 1894; 
Scholar, 1894; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1897; M.A. 1909. 
Assistant Master at Wakefield Grammar School, Yorks., 
1899-1910. Head Master of Barnstaple Grammar School, 
Devon, 1910-17; of the Central Foundation School, Finsbury, 
London, E.C., 1918-22; of St Olave's Grammar School, 
Tower Bridge, S.E. 1., 1922-37-- Address, 87, Calton 
Avenue, S.E. 21. (Peile, i,. 789; Schoolmasters' Directory, 
1932-3; Who's Who, 1938.) 
ABEL SMITH, see SMITH. 

ABELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 7, 1854- S. of John, 
Esq. B. Nov. 5, 1837, at Leicester. Schools, Newborough 



Abinger, Lord 

(Mr Wells) and Oaldiam (Mr Wood). Matric. Michs. 1854; 
B.A. 1859. Ord. deacon (York) 1861; C. of StrensaU, Yorks., 
1861-4. C. of East Ferry, Lines., 1864-7. In Crockford, 
1886, unbeneficed. 
ABERCORN, Marquess of, see HAMILTON, JAMES (1847). 
ABERCROMBIE, FRANK SUTHERLAND. Adm. (age 17) at 
Caius, Oct. 8, 1881. S. of Robert, late of the Bengal Civil 
Service. B. July 8, 1864, at Dacca, Bengal. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1881. 
ABERCROMBIE, JOHN. Adm. peas, (age 17) at Caius, Dec. 18, 
1834. S. of John, Esq., of Kensington, London, formerly 
army surgeon. B. in France. School, Tonbridge. Matnc. 
Michs. 1835; Scholar, 1836-8; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842; M.D. 
1849. Cricket 'blue,' 1838; rowing 'blue,' 1839. F.R.C.P., 
1849. Physician, pubUc dispensary, Lincoln's Inn, London. 
Practised medicine at Cheltenham. Physician to the General 
Hospital and to Cheltenham College. Died Aug. 20, 1892, at 
Harrow. Father of the next. (Venn, 11. 230.) 
ABERCROMBIE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Oct. i, 
1870. S. and h. of John (above), M.D. B. Sept. 18, 1851, at 
Cheltenham. Schools, Eton and Cheltenham College. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.B. 1877; M.D. 1880. At Adden- 
brooke's Hospital, Cambridge, and at St Bartholomews 
Hospital, London. F.R.C.P., 1886. Physician and Lecturer 
at Charing Cross Hospital. Consulting Physician to the 
Foundling Hospital. J. P. for Westmoriand. Author, The 
Student's Guide to Medical Jurisprudence, etc. Died Apr. 30, 
1914, at Angill Castle, Brough, Westmorland. (Venn, 11. 
394; Boase.) 
ABERCROMBIE, RALPH, see ABERCROMBY. 
ABERCROMBIE, RODOLPH GEORGE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1891. S. of William, stockbroker, of Manchester. B. June 21, 
1872, at Manningham. School, Lancmg CoUege. Matnc. 
Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.B. 1902; M.D. 1910. At St 
George's Hospital, London, 1898; House Surgeon. M.R.C.S., 
L R C.P. (London) 1900. Chief Medical Officer, General 
Hospital, Pretoria, South Africa, 1909. During the Great 
War, Capt., R.A.M.C, 1915-18; wounded. Physician to the 
Royal Hospital, Sheffield. Medical Director of the Edgar 
Allen Institute, Sheffield. Of 77. Cell Street, Sheffield. (Venn. 
II. 518; Medical Directory, 1938.) 
ABERCROMBY, CAVENDISH DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity Nov. 25, 1876. [3rd s. of Sir George Samuel (1843), 
Bart. B. Mar. 23, 1858.] Matric. Lent, 1877. Brother of 
George C. (1873). (Burke, P. and B., 1937.) 
ABERCROMBY, DAVID JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, May 14, 1856. 4th s. of Sir Robert, Bart., of 
Forglen, Aberdeen. B. there Apr. 25, 1837. Matnc. Michs. 
i8s6- B A. i860. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 31, 1859; 
no ca'U; name withdrawn, 1883. Capt., Royal Aberdeenshire 
Highland Militia, 1864-9. A member of the Alpme Club. 
M^ed and had issue. Killed Mar. 9, 1918, bemg run oyer 
by a motor omnibus. Brother of George S. (1843). (Burke, 
P. and B.; Alpine Club Reg., 11.) 
ABERCROMBY, GEORGE COSMO. Adm. pens at Trinity, 
Aug. II, 1873. 2nd s. of [Sir] George [Samuel (1843) Bart.]. 
B Mar 31 1854, at Bournemouth, Hants. School, Eton. 
Matric. Lent, 1874- In the Army (Scots Guards, Capt. Major, 
3rd Batt., Gordon Highlanders). Died unmamed Oct. 13, 
1930. Brotherof Cavendish D. (1876). (Burke, F. and B.) 
ABERCROMBY, GEORGE SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mar 20 1843. S. and h. of Sir Robert, Bart. B. May 22, 
1824. [School, Loretto.] Matric. Michs. 1843; B.A 1847; 
M A 1850. Succeeded his father as 6th Bart., July 6, 1855. 
Married Agnes Georgina, dau. of John Cavendish Lord 
Kihnaine, June 12, 1849. Died Nov. i5, 1872. father of 
Cavendish D. (1876) and George C. (1873)- (Loret.o Sch. Reg., 
Burke, P. and B.) 
ABERCROMBY, RALPH. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peterhouse, 
Feb 18 1821 (Abercrombie, R.). S. and h. of James, 
barrister M.P., afterwards ist Baron Dunfermline (for whom 
see D N B) B. Apr. 6, 1803. School, Eton. Matnc. Lent, 
1821 ' Entered the Diplomatic Service. Attache at Frankfort 
in 1821 Precis writer in the Foreign Office, 1827. Secretary 
of Legation at BerUn, 1831-5. Minister at Florence, 1S35-8; 
to the Germanic Confederation, 1838-40; at Turin, 1840-51 ; 
at The Hague, 1851-8. K.C.B., 1851. Succeeded his father 
as 2nd Baron Dunfermline of Dunfermhne, Co. Fife, Apr. 17, 
i8s8 Of Colinton House, Midlothian. Married Lady Mary 
Eliza dau. of Gilbert (Elliot), Eari of Minto, Sept. 18 1838. 
Dieds p m. July 12, 1868, aged 65, when the Barony became 
extinct. (T. A. Walker, 412; G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 
ABERDEEN, Earl of, see GORDON, GEORGE HAMILTON 

(1800), Lord HADDO. 
ABERDOUR, SHOLTO GEORGE WATSON, Lord, see DOUGLAS. 
ABINGDON, Earl of, see BERTIE, MONTAGU. 
ABINGER, Lord, see SCARLETT, JAMES. 



Abington, William James Achilles 

ABINGTON, WILLIAM JAMES ACHILLES. Adm. pens, (age i8) 
at Peterhouse, Mar. 6, 1825. S. and h. of WiUiam [of East 
India House]. B. at Kentish Town, London. School, Putney, 
London (Mr Watts). Matric. Michs. 1825. Migrated to 
Trinity, Mar. 2, 1827; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1834. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Feb. 3, 1829. Called to the Bar, 1834. Of 
Lincoln's Inn Fields. F.S.A., 1838. Adopted the stage as a 
profession, becoming manager of the Norwich circuit and 
lessee and manager of the theatre at Southampton. Attempted 
to revive the legitimate drama at the little Queen's Theatre, 
Tottenham Court Road. A good musician; had a remarkable 
talent in whistling. Author, The Creation, a poem dedicated 
to Queen Adelaide, who presented him with a medal. Died 
Nov. 21, 1849, aged 41, at Richmond. (G. Mag., 1838, i. 
640; 1849, II. 661.) 

ABLETT, JOSEPH PEDLEY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 13, 
1871. S. of Henry. B. Nov. 4, 1846, at St Ives. Matric. 
Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875. Previously a schoolmaster for five 
years. 

ABNEY, EDWARD [? ROBERT]. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Em- 
manuel, Aug. 23, 1770. Of Derbs. [2nd s. of William, of 
Measham, Derbs., and Catherine, dau. of Thomas Wotton, 
of Little Cannons, Herts. B. i75i-] Matric. Michs. 1770 as 
Edward. Of Measham, Derbs., Esq. Married (as his 2nd 
wife) Hephzibah, dau. of Lieut. -Gen. Samuel Need, of 
Fountain Dale, Notts. Died June 26, 1827, aged 75, at 
Measham HiU. Father of William W. (1799). (Burke, L.G.; 
G. Mag.; J. B. Peace.) 

ABNEY, LANCELOT EDWARD GUY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 8, 1886. S. of William [Sir William de Wiveleslie, K.C.B., 
F.R.S.], of WiUeslie House, Wetherby Gardens, S. Kensing- 
ton, London. B. Feb. 4, 1868, at Pau, France. School, 
Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. In business 
with William Dawson and Sons, Ltd., Bream's Buildings, 
London, E.C. Late of Measham Hall, Derbs. Married and 
had issue. Resident at Kew, Surrey, 1937- Died Mar. 13, 
1939. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; BuTke, L.G.) 

ABNEY, SAMUEL [BRACEBRIDGE]. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St 
John's, Sept. 29, 1789. Of Leics. S. of Robert, Esq., of 
Lindley Hall, Leics. [and Amie, dau. of Philip Bracebridge, 
D.D.]. B. Feb. 4, 1771. School, (?) Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1789 (Sam. Bracebridge). Of Lindley, Esq., High Sheriff for 
Leics., 1797-8. Died unmarried June 5, 1803, at Altona, 
Germany. {Nichols, iii. 1032; Eton Coll. Reg.) 

ABNEY, WILLIAM WOTTON or WOOTTON. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Sept. 30, 1799. Of King's Newton, Derbs. [S. of 
Edward (1770), of Measham, Derbs.] Entered the Army 
(held commissions in the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards 
(Blue); Ensign, 1801; Lieut., 1803; Capt., 1805). Left the 
Army, 1807. Of Fulford, Yorks. Married Elizabeth, dau. of 
William Richardson, Esq., of Fulford House, Yorks., Apr. 8, 
1806. Died v.p. May 18, 1822, aged 42. Buried at Fulford. 
M.I. [St John's Coll. Adm., jv.) 

ABRAHALL, JAMES HOSKYNS, see HOSKYNS-ABRAHALL. 

ABRAHAM, CHARLES HENRY FOX. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Dec. 13, 1 84 1. [S. and h. of Matthew, of the East Indies.] 
Matric. Lent, 1842. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 13, 
1845; no call. {Middle Temple Adm. Bk.) 

ABRAHAM, CHARLES JOHN. Adm. at King's, a Scholar from 
Eton, July 2, 1833. 2nd s. of Thomas, Capt., i6th Regt., on 
the Staff of the R.M.C., Sandhurst, Berks. B. there June 17, 
1814. Matric. Michs. 1833; Prizeman; B.A. 1837; M.A. 
1840; B.D. 1849; D.D. 1859. Fellow, 1836-49. M.A. ; 
incorp. at Oxford, 1849. Ord. deacon, 1838; priest, 1839; C. 
of Headley Down, Hants. Assistant Master at Eton College, 
1839-49. Divinity Lecturer at St George's Chapel, Windsor, 
1848. Went out to New Zealand to join Bishop Selwyn, 1850. 
Chaplain and Principal of St John's CoUege, Auckland, 1850. 
Archdeacon of Waitemata, 1853. Chaplain to Bishop 
Selwyn. First Bishop of Wellington, N.Z., 1858-70. Urged 
just treatment of the natives during the Maori War in i860. 
Returned to England, 1868. Ramsden Preacher, i86g. 
Coadjutor to Bishop (Selwyn) of Lichfield, 1870-8. Preb. of 
Lichfield, 1872-6. R. (non-resident) of Tatenhill, Staffs., 
1875-6. Canon and Precentor of Lichfield, 1876-90. Assisted 
in the revision of the medieval statutes of the Cathedral. 
Taught in the Theological College. Helped to organise 
SelwjTi College, Cambridge, as a memorial to his friend, 
Bishop Selwyn. A. member of the College Council, 1882. 
Commemorated as a benefactor. Married Caroline Harriet, 
dau. of Sir Charles Thomas Palmer, Bart., of Wanlip, Leics., 
Jan. 17, 1850. Lived latterly at Bakewell Vicarage, Derbs., 
with his son the Rev. Charles Thomas Abraham. Author, 
religious. Died Feb. 4, 1903, at Bakewell. Buried at Over 
Haddon. M.I. in Eton College Chapel. {King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 

ABRAHAM, PHILIP BOYLE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 3, 
1863. S. and h. of Augustus Brown [of Auckland, New 



Absolom, Edward Heyworth 

Zealand]. B. Mar. 8, 1845, at Exeter. School, St John's 
CoUege, New Zealand (Mr Blackburn). Matric. Michs. 1863; 
LL.B. 1867. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 16, 1863. 
Called to the Bar, 1869. Equity draftsman and conveyancer. 
Bencher, 1907. Died Apr. 22, 1912. {Middle Temple Bench 
Bk.) 

ABRAHAM, RICHARD. M.A. from King's, 1792. S. of 
Richard, of White Lackington, Somerset. Matric. (Queen s 
College, Oxford) Dec. 12, 1777, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1781. 
V. of Ilminster, Somerset, 1791-. R. of Chaffcombe, 1792-- 
Probably Head Master of Crewkeme Free School, 1792- 
1800. Died 1822, aged 63. {Al. Oxon.; R. F. Scott.) 

ABRAHAM, THOMAS EDWARD. M.A. 1858; incorp. from 
Oxford. S. of Thomas, of Marlow, Bucks. Matric. (Balliol 
College, Oxford) June 24, 1829, age 16; B.A. (Oxford) 1834; 
M.A. 1837. Ord. deacon, 1835; priest (London) 1836. P.C. 
of Bickerstaffe, Lanes., 1843-58. R. of Barton Mills, Suffolk, 
1858-63. R. of Risby, 1863-86. Rural Dean of Thingoe, 
1863. Hon. Canon of Ely, 1872-86. Died June 16, 1886. 
Father of Thomas P. (next). {Al. Oxon.) 

ABRAHAM, THOMAS PALMER. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Sept. 30, 1866. S. of Thomas Edward (above), R. of Risby, 
Suffolk. B. Mar. 27, 1847. Schools, Marlborough and 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1866; LL.B. 1870. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 14, 1868. Called to the Bar, 1872. Ord. 
deacon, 1877; priest (Ely) 1878; C. of Pakenham, Suffolk, 
1877. C. of Risby, 1879. R. of Bradfield Combust, 1880. R. 
of Troston, 1880-6. R. of Risby, 1886-97. Died there 
Mar. 30, 1897. {Al. Carthus.; Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

ABRAHAM, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 5, 1877. 
S. of John, machinist. B. Apr. 2, 1856, at Aston, near 
Birmingham. Bapt. Aug. 7, 1861. Matric. Michs. 1877; 
B.A. 1882. 

ABRAM, GEORGE PERRY. Adm. sizar at Clare, Mar. 16, 
1853. [S. of Ralph, of Brougham Terrace, Everton, Lanes. 
School, Liverpool Royal Institution.] Matric. Michs. 1853; 
Scholar, 1854; B.A. 1858. Assistant Master of Wolver- 
hampton Grammar School, Staffs., 1862-3. Probably Head 
Master of Wells Cathedral Grammar School; formerly of 
Dunedin High School, New Zealand. Died Nov. 3, 1912, 
aged 78, at 23, Alexandra Park Road, Muswell Hill. {Wol- 
verhampton Gr. Sch. Reg. ; Scott, MSS. ; Th^ Times, Nov. 6, 
1912.) 

ABRAM, GEORGE STEWART. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1885. 
S. of George [law stationer], deceased, of Middle Temple 
Lane, London. B. Mar. 18, 1S66, in London. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.B.and 
B.C. 1892. At Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, and at 
University College Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 
1 89 1. Sometime assistant Surgeon at the Devon and Exeter 
Hospital. House Physician at University College Hospital, 
London. In practice at Reading, Berks. Surgeon to Reading 
Dispensary, 1898. On the Staff of the Royal Berks. Hospital, 
1904. During the Great War, Major, R.A.M.C. (T.A.); in 
charge of the Wilson War Hospital, Reading; mentioned in 
despatches. J. P. and Aldennan of Reading; Mayor, 1919-20. 
Knighted, Jan. 1922. President of the Reading Pathological 
Society. Member of the Court of Reading University. 
Resided at 106, London Road, Reading. Received the 
Freedom of the Borough of Reading, five hours before his 
death, on Oct. 24, 1928, aged 62. {Venn, 11. 479; Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; The Times, Oct. 25, 1928.) 

ABSOLOM, CHARLES ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 27, 1865. S. of Edward, of Snaresbrook, Essex. B. 
June 7, 1846, at Blackheath, Kent. School, Calne, Wilts. 
(Mr Jacob). Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1870. Cricket 'blue' 
and athletic 'blue'; a member of the cricket team that 
visited Australia in 1878. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 
17, 1874; no caU; name withdrawn, 1889. Led a roving hfe, 
chiefly in America, 1879-S9. Purser on the Orinoco, plying to 
Trinidad; and on the Muriel. Died July 30, 1889, at Port 
of Spain, Trinidad, as the result of an accident. {Boose, 
IV. Suppl.) 

ABSOLOM, CHARLES SEVERN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, June 24, 1828. S. of George [grocer, of Cannon 
Street, London]. B. in London. School, St Paul's. Matric. 
Michs. 1828; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon, 1832; 
priest (Chester) 1833. P.C. of Tilston, Cheshire, 1836-47. 
C. of Overton, Lanes., 1848-50. V. of Manningtree, Essex, 
1866-76. Author, The Times of the Gentiles Fulfilling and 
Zion's Time Approaching; The Authors of Essays and Reviews, 
judged out of their own Mouth, etc. Died July 20, 1876, at 
Manningtree. Father of George F. (1863) and probably of 
Edward H. (next). {Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

ABSOLOM, EDWARD HEYWORTH. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Jan. 22, 1867. Of Cheshire. [Probably s. of Charles 
Severn (above), clerk.] Matric. Lent, 1867; B.A. 1887. Pro- 
bably brother of George F. (1863). 



Absolom, George Frederick 

ABSOLOM, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 21, 1863. S. of Charles [Severn (1828), clerk]. B.Aug. 17, 
1841, at Tilston, Cheshire. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867. 
Probably brother of Edward H. (1867). 

ABSON, CHAMBRE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St 
John's, Mar. 12, 1770. S. of Samuel (1738), Preb. of South- 
well. B. at Kirklington, Notts. Bapt. there 175 1. School, 
Southwell. Chorister of Southwell Minster. Scholar; matric. 
Michs. 1770; B.A. 1774. Fellow, 1775 [admitted Apr. 4, 
1775; ejected Oct. 25, 1775; the validity of his election being 
disputed by WiUiam Wood, another Southwell chorister; the 
Bishop of Ely as visitor decided in favour of Wood]. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) Sept. 18, 1774; priest (York) Oct. 27, 1776; C. of 
Eaton, Notts. C. of Gamston. Died suddenly Nov. 26, 1776, 
at Retford. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv. loi.) 

ABU REZA, see REZA, ABU. 

ABUD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 2, 1835. S. of 
Richard, Esq., of Camden Street, Camden Town, London. 
Migrated to Peterhouse, Oct. 14, 1835. [Admitted at Peter- 
house, recommended by his uncle, Henry Eley, M.A. (Peter- 
house).] Matric. Michs. 1835. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Nov. 14, 1843; s. and h. of Richard, Esq., of Oxford Terrace, 
Hyde Park. (T. A. Walker, 453; Middle Temple Adm. Bk.) 

ACE, DANIEL (Rev.). Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 21, 1851. 
S. of Abraham, shipwright, of Plymouth dock. B. Apr. 6, 
1813, at Plymouth, Devon. Matric. Easter, i860; B.D. 
{Stat. Eliz.) 1861; D.D. 1866; Com. causa (Oxford) 1866. Ord. 
deacon, 1849; priest (Ripon) 1850; C. of St Leonard's, 
Malton. C. of St James's, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, in 1859. 
V. of Dacre, Cumberland, 1864-70. V. of St John's, Devon- 
port, 1870-1. V. of Laughton-cum-Wildsworth, Lines., 1871- 
93. Domestic Chaplain to Lord Denman. F.R.A.S. Author. 
Died Aug. 27, 1893. {Al. Oxon.; R. F. Scott; G. Mag., 1861, 
I. 234.) 

ACHESON-GRAY, or GRAY, HERBERT ACHESON. Adm. (age 
18) at Trinity Hall, 1885, as Gray, H. A. S. of A[cheson], 
Esq., of Morton House, Winchester. B. 1867. School, 
Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895 
(Acheson-Gray, H. A.). Ord. deacon, 1892; priest (Peterb.) 
1894. C. of Towcester, 1892-4. C. of Rudgwick, 1894-7. 
V. of Stoughton, Hants., 1897-1912. Lived latterly at 
Minehead. Died Sept. 19, 1935, aged 68, at Redfield, Mine- 
head. {Crockford; The Times, Sept. 23, 1935.) 

ACKERS [formeriy COOPS], JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, July 5, 1828. S. of James [Coops]. B. Aug. 4, 1811, 
at Manchester. Schools, Manchester and Marlborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1829; (Civil Law Classes, ist Class, 1831-2); 
LL.B. 1836; LL.M. 1861. Assumed by sign manual the 
surname of Ackers, in lieu of Coops, on succeeding by will to 
a large fortune from James Ackers, Esq., of Larkhill, Salford, 
1827. M.P. for Ludlow, 1841-7. J. P. for Hereford. Of Prink - 
nash Park, near Painswick, Gloucs. ; Lord of the Manor of 
Prinknash. Married Mary Anne, dau. of Benjamin Williams, 
Esq., of Bowden Lodge, Cheshire, Jan. 9, 1833. Died Sept. 27, 
1868, aged 57. Buried at Upton St Leonard's, Gloucs. 
{Manchester Sch. Reg., in; Foster, Coll. Gen. 11; Burke, L.G.) 

ACKLAND, BRYANS THOMAS LIMBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) 
at Trinity Hall, 1869. S. of Wilham Fitzroy, Esq., of 
Saffron Walden, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1869; LL.B. 1873; 
LL.M. 1880. Adm. Solicitor, 1876. Practised at SaSron 
Walden. Died there Oct. 16, 1906. (R. F. Scott; The Times, 
Oct. 17, 1906.) 

ACKLAND, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 4, 
1815. S. of Charles. B. in London. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1815. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 29, 
1814; no call. 

ACKLAND, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 4, 
1850. Of Pembs. Matric. Michs. 1850. 

ACKLAND, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Apr. 29, 
1760. S. of William, merchant, of Surrey. B. Sept. 8, 1743, 
in Southwark. School, Southwark. Matric. Michs. 1760; 
Scholar, 1763; B.A. {12th Wrangler) 1764; M.A. 1767; D-D- 
1807. Ord. deacon (Chester) Mar. 23, 1766; priest (Win- 
chester) Dec. 20, 1767. V. of Christchurch, Southwark, 
Surrey, 1786-1808. Chaplain to the Fishmongers' Company. 
Author, Sermons. Died Dec. 19, 1808, aged 65, at South- 
wark. Father of the next. {St John's Coll. Adm., iii; Brayley, 
Surrey, v. 312; G. Mag.) 

ACKLAND, THOMAS GILBANK. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 8, 1807. S. of Thomas (above), D.D. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1807; Scholar; B.A. 1811; M.A. 1814; 
D.D. 1829. Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 14, 1813; priest, 
Sept. 25, 1814. V. of St Mildred's, Bread Street, London, 
1818-44. Married Mary Hopkinson at St Paul's, Coveiit 
Garden, May 16, i8ii. Author, Miscellaneous Poems, and 
Sermons. Died Feb. 20, 1844, aged 53, at Walworth. (Harl. 
Soc. Publ. Reg. Ser., xxv. 373; D.N.B.) 



AcLAND, Charles Lawford 

ACKLAND, THOMAS SUTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 
28, 1835. Of Kent. [S. of Thomas, School Master of Islington, 
Middlesex. B. Apr. 20, 1817. School, Merchant Taylors'.] 
Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar, 1838; B.A. {21st Wrangler) 
1839; M.A. 1843. Fellow of Clare, 1842-52. Ord. deacon, 
1841 ; priest (Chester) 1842. Mathematical Master at the 
Royal Institution School, Liverpool, 1840-7. P.C. of St 
Stephen's, Liverpool, 1842-53. Assistant Master at St Peter's 
College, Eaton Square, London, 1854-64. V. of Balne, Yorks., 
1864-75. V. of Wold Newton, 1875-92. Author, theological. 
Died May 4, 1892. {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

ACKLOM, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, Mar. 22, 
1837. Matric. Lent, 1838. S«e next ; perhaps the same. One 
of these names, ord. deacon, 1843; priest (Peterb.) 1845; 
V. of Holy Trinity, Swansea, 1847-53. V. of Hemel Hemp- 
stead, Herts., 1858-62. Died Sept. 5, 1862, aged 54. M.I. at 
Hemel Hempstead. [For a pedigree of Acklam or Acklom, of 
Wiston and Bawtry, Yorks., see Poulson, Holderness, i. 456.] 
{Cussans, iii. Pt i. 164.) 

ACKLOM, GEORGE. Adm. at Downing, Feb. 6, 1844; a 'Ten- 
year' man. See note under George (above). 

ACKLOM, GEORGE MOREBYE. Matric. Non-ColI. Michs. 1888; 
from -A.yerst H. Adm. at Queens', Michs. 1889. S. of 
Robert Ewart. B. Nov. 17, 1870, at Nagpore, India. B.-'V. 
1891; M.A. 1895. Of the Collegiate School, Windsor, Nova 
Scotia in 1939. Author, Margaret, an Idyll. {Queens' Coll. 
Club, 1939.) 

ACKROYD, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 24, 1879. 
S. of Robert Stables, yeoman. B. Aug. i, i860, at Liverpool. 
Bapt. Aug. II, 1875. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 
1890. Of Radleigh House, Masham, Yorks. In Reg. of the 
Senate, 1935. 

ACKROYD, EDWARD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1894. S. of 
Edward, deceased, of Southport, Lanes. B. Aug. 17, 1875, 
at Bolton. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1894; 
Scholar, 1895-7; B.A. 1897; LL.B. (Law Trip., Pt II, 1st 
Class) 1898. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1900. On the 
Northern Circuit; Lancaster Chancery Court. Served in the 
Great War (Lieut., King's (Liverpool) Regt., and Royal 
Defence Corps.) Of Southport, Liverpool, in 1937. Brother 
of Harold (next). {Venn, 11. 536; Univ. War List; Law List, 
I937-) 

ACKROYD, HAROLD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1896. S. of 
Edward, of Southport, Lanes., deceased. B. there July 18, 
1877. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; 
B.C. 1903; M.B. and M.A. 1904; M.D. 1910. At Guy's 
Hospital, London. Research student at Cambridge. Thruston 
Medal, igii. At Downing Research Laboratory; carried on 
valuable researches upon problems connected with meta- 
bolism. Served in the Great War (R.A.M.C, 1915; 6th Royal 
Berks. Regt.; Capt., 1916; M.C., 1916; V.C, 1917, 'for most 
conspicuous bravery'). Rendered valiant service during the 
fighting in Delville Wood, July, 1916; and later in the 
fighting around the Menin Road, near Vpres, July 31, 1917- 
Of this latter occasion Capt. Nichols wrote: 'In all that 
hellish turmoil, there had been one quiet figure most heroic, 
most wonderful of all: Dr Ackroyd, the 6th Berks, medical 
of&cer, a stooping, grey-haired, bespectacled man rose to 
the supremest heights ; he seemed to be everywhere ... no 
wounded man was treated hurriedly or unskilfully; he 
worked as stoically as if he were in the quiet of an operating 
Theatre.' Killed in action Aug. 11, 1917. Inscription on an 
oak chimney-piece in No. 5, Staircase 5, in College. Brother 
of Edward (above). {Venn, 11. 546; Catan; Univ. War List.) 

ACLAND, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Jan. 18, 
1831. S. of Gideon, merchant, of Antwerp. B. in Camberwell, 
Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1831; Scholar, 1832-4; B.A. {i6th 
Wrangler) 1835; M.A. 1838. Ord. deacon, 1839; priest 
(Canterbury) 1840; P.C. of Queenborough, Kent, 1839-42. 
Chaplain to the East India Company, at Assam, and after- 
wards at Cuttack, 1842-5. Married Miss Sadd, dau. of R. 
Sadd, of King's Parade, Cambridge, at St Mary's, Islington, 
London, Aug. 16, 1832. Author, A popular account of the 
Manners and Customs of India. Died May 17, 1845, aged 
31, of fever, at Poree, Bengal. Father of the next. {Venn, 
u. 214.) 

ACLAND, CHARLES LAWFORD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Mar. 
30, 1852. S. of Charles (above), clerk, deceased. B. July 22, 
1833, in the East Indies. Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856; 
M.A. 1859; Com. causa (Oxford) 1867. Ord. deacon, 1859; 
priest (London) i860; C. of Holy Trinity, Gray's Inn Road, 
London, 1859. C. of St Olave's, Hart Street, 1863. Fellow of 
Radley College, Berks., 1863-7; Mathematical tutor, 1866-7. 
Head Master of Colchester Grammar School, 1870-92; 
edited the School Register of Admissions. F.S..'^., 1891. 
V. of All Saints', Cambridge, 1892-1903. An authority on 
antiquities in the Hebrides. Member of the Council of the 
Cambridge Antiquarian Society. Governor of the Perse 
School, Cambridge. Died Feb. 21, 1903, aged 69, at Cam- 
bridge. Buried at Old Chesterton. M.I. {Radley Coll. Reg., 
xviii; Al. OxoH.; Cambridge Chronicle, Feb. 27, 1903.) 



AcLAND, Francis Gilbert Dyke 

ACLAND, FRANCIS GILBERT DYKE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 27, 1 86 1. 2nd s. of Thomas Dyke [afterwards succeeded 
as nth Bart.]. B. July 8, 1843 (? 1845), at Alverton House, 
Warws. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1861. In the Army 
(Rifle Brigade). Died unmarried Aug. 24, 1874. (Burke, P. 
and B.) 

ACLAND, HENRY WENTWORTH. Hon. LL.D. 1862. Regius 
Professor of Medicine in the University of Oxford, 1858-94. 
Created Bart., June 16, 1890. Died Oct. 16, 1900. (Burke, 
P. and B.; D.N.B., Suppl. i.) 

ACLANDTROYTE, GILBERT JOHN, see TROYTE, G. J. A. 

ACOMB, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 2, 1802. 
S. of John, of Sunbrick, Lanes. School, Clitheroe. Matnc. 
Michs. 1802; Scholar, 1805; B.A. 1806. Ord. deacon (York) 
Oct. 5, 1806. 

ACOMB, QUINTEN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 28, 1763. Of Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1763 (Qumtm); 
Scholar. 

A'COURT (post A'COURT-REPINGTON), CHARLES HENRY 
WYNDHAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 18, 1837. Of 
Wilts. S. and h. of Charles Ashe [A'Court-Repington], C.B., 
Lieut-Gen. B. Oct. 14, 1819. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1837; Scholar; B.A. 1841; M.A. 1848. Private Secretary to 
Lord EUot in Ireland and afterwards to Sir WiUiam A'Court, 
Lord Heytesbury, 1841-6. Interested himself in emigration 
to Canada; visited the Colony and took an active share in 
the work. M. P. for Wilton, 1852-5. Special Commissioner of 
Property and Income Tax, 1855. Assistant Controller of the 
National Debt Office, 1860-82. Of Amington Hall, Tam- 
worth. Staffs. Lord of the Manor. Married and had issue. 
Died Oct. 29, 1903, aged 84. (R. F. Scott; Burke, P. and B., 
sub Heytesbury.) 

A'COURT, The Hon. FREDERICK ASHE. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, May 10, 1837. 2nd s. of William, ist Baron Heytes- 
bury. [B. Oct. 15, 1818, at Naples. School, Eton.] Matric. 
Michs. 1837; Scholar. Died Jan. 28, 1840, aged 22. Brother 
of William H. A. (1828). (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

A'COURT (A'COURT), The Hon. HERBERT HOLMES. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, July 9, 1870. 9th s. of William Henry 
Ashe (next). Baron Heytesbury, of Heytesbury, Wilts. B. 
Oct. 23, 1851, at Calboume, Isle of Wight. School, Marl- 
borough. Matric. Michs. 1870. Went to Virginia, U.S.A. 
Married there. Died s.p. 1921. (Burke, P. and B.) 

A'COURT [post A'COURT-HOLMES], WILLIAM HENRY ASHE. 
Adm. nobleman at St John's, Apr. 25, 1828. S. and h. of 
William, Baron Heytesbury. B. July 11, 1809. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1828; M.A. 1831. M.P. for the Isle of Wight, 
1837-47. Assumed the additional surname and arms of 
Holmes, after that of A'Court, by Royal Licence, Oct. 14, 
1833. Succeeded as 2nd Baron Heytesbury, May 31, i860. 
Married Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley- 
Holmes, Bart., Oct. 3, 1833. Died Apr. 21, 1891, aged 81, at 
Heytesbury. Brother of Frederick A. (1837); father of the 
next and of Herbert H. (above). (G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 

A'COURT or A'COURT-HOLMES [post HOLMES-A'COURT], 
WILLIAM LEONARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 
1853. S. and h. of the above. B. Jan. 19, 1835, at Park 
Street, London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1853 (A'Court, 
W. L. Holmes); M.A. 1856. Assumed by Royal Licence the 
surname of Holmes-.\'Court (in lieu of A'Court-Holmes) Aug. 
9, i860. [His son William Frederick, succeeded as 3rd Baron 
Heytesbury.] Died v. p. Dec. 16, 1885, aged 50. Brother of 
Herbert H. (1870). (G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 

ACRET, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, 
Mar. 28, 1833. S. of William Henry, surgeon, of London. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1834. Migrated to 
Queens', Jan. 16, 1835; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1849. Ord. priest 
(Chester) 1846. Of 47, Torrington Square, London, in 1847, 
unbeneficed. Died Dec. 14, 1856, at Lodowick Terrace, 
Regent's Park, London. (Venn, 11. 221; G. Mag.) 

ACTON, ALBERT FREDERIC. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1878. S. of Thomas Lowe, of Newcastle Drive, The Park, 
Nottingham. B. Apr. 2, 1859, at Nottingham. School, 
Welhngton College. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 
1920. Ord. deacon, 1888; priest (Sarum) 1889. C. of Stour- 
paine, Dorset, 1884-94. Held other curacies, 1894-1901. R. 
of West Grimstead, Wilts., 1901-6. R. of Brixton Deverill, 
Somerset, 1906-20. Minor Canon of Newcastle, New South 
Wales, Australia, 1920-2. V. of Edington, Wilts., 1922-4 
Lie. off., diocs. Sarum, Bath and Wells and Bristol, 1930-2. 
C. of N. Tuddenham, Norfolk, 1932-3. Of Neatherd, East 
Dereham, Norfolk. Died Sept. 20, 1938. 

ACTON, CHARLES [JANUARIUS EDWARD]. Adm. FeU.-Com. 
at Magdalene, July 15, 1819. [2nd s. of Sir John Francis 
Edward, Bart. B. Mar. 6, 1803, at Naples. School, West- 
minster (Chas. Januarius Edward).] Matric. Lent, 1820. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 29, 1822. Entered the College 
of the Academia Ecclesiastica in Rome; left there with the 
rank of prelate. Held several offices at the Papal Court. 



AcwoRTH, William 

Cardinal-priest, 1842. Brought about the division of Eng- 
land into eight Catholic districts or vicariates apostolic, 1840. 
.\11 affairs of consequence concerning England and its de- 
pendencies were referred by the Pope to him. Interpreter 
and only witness of Gregory XVI, in the imjwrtant interview 
with the Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. Died June 23, 1847, 
at Naples, in the Jesuits' Convent. Brother of [Sir] Richard 
(1819). (Record of Old Westminsters; D.N.B.) 

ACTON, EDWARD FARRER. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
June 13, 1825. [S. and h. of Edward, Esq., of Gatacre Park, 
Bridgnorth, Salop. B. Sept. 25, 1805.] Matric. Michs. 1825; 
Scholar, 1827; LL.B. 1832. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 12, 
1827. Of Gatacre Park, Salop. J. P., D.L. for Salop and 
Staffs. Lord of the Manor and patron of the living of Tasley, 
Salop. Lieut-Col., Shropshire militia. Married Mary Anne, 
dau. of Horace Suckhng, R. of Barsham, Suffolk, 1832. 
Died Nov. 28, 1890, at Gatacre Park. Buried at Tuck Hill, 
Salop. Will (Prin. Reg., iii. 91), Feb. 24, 1891. (Vis. of Eng- 
land and Wales, xx.) 

ACTON, EDWARD HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 13, 1881. S. of Thomas Benm'on, solicitor. B. Nov. 26, 
1862, at Wrexham. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1881; 
Scholar, 1884; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class) 1885; M.A. 
1889. Fellow, 1888-99. Assistant in the College Chemical 
Laboratory, 1885. Lecturer and Superintendent of the 
Laboratory, 1893-9. Lecturer in Chemistry at Girton and 
Newnham Colleges. Chemist and plant physiologist. Joint 
author with Francis Darwin of Practical Physiology of 
Plants. Contributed papers to the Proceedings of the Royal 
Society. Died suddenly Feb. 15, 1895. M.I. (brass) in the 
College ante-Chapel. (Eagle, June, 1899; British and Irish 
Botanists.) 

ACTON [post DALBERG- ACTON], Sir [FERDINAND] RICHARD 
[EDWARD], Bart. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Magdalene, July 15, 
1819. [S. and h. of Sir John Francis Edward, Bart., de- 
ceased. B. July 24, 1801. School. Westminster.] Succeeded 
his father as 7th Bart., Aug. 12, 1811. Married (in France) 
Marie Louise Pelline, dau. of Emeric Joseph, Duke of Dal- 
berg, July 9, 1832. Took by Royal Licence the name of 
Dalberg before that of Acton, Dec. 20, 1833. Of Aldenham 
Hall, MorvUle, and of Acton Scott, Salop. Died Jan. 31, 
1837. Brother of Charles (1819) and father of John E. E. 
(next). (G.E.C., Baronetage, 11. 218.) 

ACTON [post DALBERG-ACTON], JOHN EMERICH EDWARD, 
Baron ACTON. Adm. Hon. Fellow of Trinity, 1895. [S. of Sir 
Ferdinand Richard Edward (above), Bart.] B. Jan. 10, 1834. 
Hon. LL.D. 1888; M.A. 1895. Regius Professor of Modem 
History, 1 895-1902. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1887. Hon. Fellow of AU 
Souls' College, Oxford, 1890. Romanes Lecturer at Oxford, 

1901. Created Baron Acton of Aldenham, Salop, Dec. 11, 
1869. F.S.A., 1876. K.C.V.O., 1897. Planned and edited the 
preliminary draft of the Cambridge Modern History. A great 
scholar and moralist. His valuable historical Library of over 
59,000 volumes was presented by Lord Morley to the Univer- 
sity in 1903. Commemorated as a benefactor. Died June 19, 

1902. (G.E.C.; D.N.B.) 

ACTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 19, 1846. 
[S. and h. of William, Lieut. -Col. and M.P., of West Aston, 
Co. Wicklow, Ireland. B. Feb. 1826.] Schools, Rugby and 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1846. Of West Aston 
(Kihnacurragh). J. P., D.L. for Co. Wicklow. High Sheriff, 
1857. Died unmarried Aug. 25, 1908, at Kilmacurragh. 
(Burke, Irish Gentry; Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

ACTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 17, 1804. 
B. at Southampton. Matric. Michs. 1805; Scholar; LL.B. 
1812. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Mar. 27, 1820. Probably R. 
of Ayot St Lawrence, Herts., 1823-30 (resigned); and R. of 
Weston Colville, Cambs., 1832-64 (but styled M.A. in Clergy 
List, 1859). Died Nov. 30, 1864, aged 76, at Weston Col- 
vUle. (T. C. Dale; Hockaday, MSS.; G. Mag., 1865, 1. 113.) 

ACTON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 21, 1842. 
2nd s. of John, surgeon, of Ludlow, Salop. Bapt. Jan. 29, 
1824. Matric. Lent, 1843. Migrated to Oxford. Matric. 
(Balliol College, Oxford) Dec. 16, 1843, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 
1846. Ord. deacon, 1847; priest, 1848. C. of Hodnet, Salop, 
1850-4. V. of Wicklewood, Norfolk, 1854-95. Chaplain of 
Forehoe Union in 1882. Kot in Crockford ia i8g6. (Al.Oxott.; 
Clergy List, 1850.) 

ACWORTH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 28, 1828. 
Of Kent. [S. of VVilham, gent., of Chatham. B. Sept. 9, 
1803.] M.A. (Glasgow) 1828. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 1833; 
M..^. 1836; Co»i. cflttsa (Oxford) 1863. Ord. deacon, 1832; 
priest (Lincohi) 1833; C. of Cossington, Leics., 1832-6. V. of 
Rothley, 1836-53. V. of Ashby Folville, 1846-53. V. of 
Plumstead, Kent, 1853-64. V. of West Walton-cum-Tal- 
benny, Pembs., 1870-5. V. of South Stoke, Somerset, 1875- 
85. Of The Hall, South Stoke. Married three times. Author, 
2 he Acts of Uniformity Set at Naught in the Diocese of Oxford, 
etc. Died Jan. 10, 1899, aged 96, at South Stoke Hall. 
Buried at South Stoke. Father of William M. (1868). 
{.4cu'orth Pedigree; Al. Oxon.; Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S., i. 66.) 



AcwoRTH, William 

ACWORTH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 3, 
1900. S. of H[erbert] S[umner, M.A. (O.xon.)], V. of Chob- 
ham, Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. 
Of Little Duniston, Chobham, in 1934. {Univ. Cat., 1937-8; 
Reg. of the Senate, 1937.) 

ACWORTH, WILLIAM MITCHELL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity Hall, 1868. 3rd s. of William (1828), clerk, of Fairs 
Wimbome, Dorset. B. Nov. 22, 1850. School, Uppingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1868. Migrated to Oxford. Matric. (Christ 
Church, Oxford) May 13, 1871, age 20; B.A. (Oxford) 1873; 
M.A. 1876. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 24, 1875. Called 
to the Bar, 1890. Tutor to the Crown Prince William and to 
Prince Henry of Prussia, 1873-5. Assistant Master at Dul- 
wich College, 1875-85. Chairman of the London County 
Council, 1889-1-92. Lecturer at the London School of Econo- 
mics. Specialised in railway transport economics. A member 
of many Royal Commissions, and of committees on British 
railways. Reported on the Austrian railways for the League 
of Nations, 1923; on German railways for the Reparations 
Committee, 1924. Member of the Council of the Royal 
Economic Society and of the Institute of Transport. Director 
of the Underground Electric Railways of London, and of 
other companies. Knighted, 1921. K.C.S.I., 1922. Of Under- 
wood, Tole, Exeter. Author, Railways of England; Railway 
Economics, etc. Died Apr. 2, 1925, in London. (Al. Oxon.; 
Scott, MSS.; D.N.B., which makes no reference to his time 
at Cambridge.) 

ACWORTH, WILLIAM PELHAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, May 7, 1855. Of Canterbury. [2nd s. of George. 

B. 1835. School, Tonbridge.] Matric. Michs. 1855 ; Scholar, 
1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 22, 
1861; priest, Dec. 21, 1862; C. of Welbome, Norfolk, 1861-3. 

C. of Thorpe, 1863-7. C. of Cirencester, 1869-91. V. of 
Christ Church, Gloucester, 1891-1917. Resided latterly at 
48, Park Road, Gloucester. Died there June 17, 1920. 
(Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

ADAIR, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse, Nov. 10, 
1759. S. of James, merchant, of Belfast. School, (?) Eton. 
Matric. Easter, 1760; B..'^. {ith Wrangler) 1764; M.A. 1767. 
Fellow, 1765. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 24, 1761. Called 
to the Bar, 1767. Serjeant-at-law, 1774. King's Sergeant, 
1782. M.P. for Cockermouth, 1775-80; for Higham Ferrers, 
1793-98. Recorder of London, 1779-89. Chief Justice of 
Chester, 1796-8. F.R.S., 1788. Acquired notoriety through 
his intervention on the side of Wilkes in the case of Wilkes v. 
Home Tooke, in 1770. Coimsel in the Printers' Trial, con- 
cerning the Junius Letters, 1771. Defended William Stone, 
charged with high treason as a champion of the French 
Revolution, and secured his acquittal. Joined a force of 
London Volunteers raised in 1798 to protect England from 
French invasion. An able barrister and a sound constitu- 
tional lawyer. The reputed author of several constitutional 
works. Died suddenly July 21, 1798. Buried in Bunhill 
Fields. Probably father of the next. (T. A. Walker, 319; 
D.N.B.) 

ADAIR, JAMES. Adm. at Emmanuel, Nov. i, 1793. [Probably 
s. and h. of James (above).] Matric. Lent, 1795. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, July i6, 1793. 

ADAIR, JOHN FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 15, 1874. S. of John, lawyer, of Dublin. B. there. 
[Probably at Trinity College, Dublin; Scholar, 1871; B..\. 
1873.] Matric. Michs. 1874; Scholar, 1875 ; B.A. (7th Wrangler) 
1878; M.A. 1881. Fellow. Assistant Master at Derby School, 
1877-9. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 28, 1881. Went 
to Australia. Professor at Sydney University. 

ADAIR, JOHN OLPHERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 
1876. S. and h. of Samuel Frederick, of 24, Fitz^villiam 
Square, DubUn. B. there Feb. i, 1857. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 9, 1877. Entered for the Irish Bar. Barrister, 1880. 
Land Agent; of Ballynoe, Tullow, Co. Carlow, Ireland. J. P. 
for Carlow. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

ADAIR, ROBERT ALEXANDER SHAFTO. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Trinity, Sept. 29, 1828. S. and h. of Robert Shafto (next). 
B. Aug. 25, 181 1, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1829; Civil Law Classes, 1st Class, 1831-2. Did not 
graduate. M.P. for Cambridge, 1847-52 and 1854-7. Aide- 
de-camp to the Queen. Succeeded his father, as 2nd Bart., 
Feb. 24, 1869. Created Baron Waveney of South Elmham, 
Suffolk, Apr. 10, 1873. Lord Lieut, of Co. Antrim. Married 
Theodosia, dau. of Gen. the Hon. Robert Meade, June 11, 
1836. Died s.p. Feb. 5, 1886, when the barony became 
extinct. (Burke, P. and B.) 

ADAIR, ROBERT SHAFTO. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at 
Jesus, Apr. 17, 1804. S. of William, Esq. [of Ballymena, Co. 
Antrim, Ireland]. B. June 26, 1786, at Benwell Lodge, 
Northumberland (his mother's home). School, Harrow. 
Matric. Easter, 1805. Created Bart. Aug. 2, 1838. F.R.S., 
1845. High Sheriff of Suffolk, 1846. F.S.A., 1861. Of 
Ballymena, Co. Antrim, and of Tlixton Hall, Bungay, 



Adam, William Patrick 

Suffolk. Married (i) Elizabeth Maria, dau. of Rev. James 
Strode, Sept. 17, 1810; (2) Jane Anne, dau. of Townley 
Clarkson, V. of Hinxton, Oct. 3, 1854. Died Feb. 24, 1869, at 
Flixton HaU. Father of the above. (Northumberland History, 
xiii. 233; Burke, P. and B.; Suckling, Suffolk, i. 201.) 

ADAIR, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 21) at Peterhouse, 
Apr. 22, 1763. Of Middlesex. Matric. Easter, 1763. See Al. 
Oxcm. for a contemporary namesake. (T. A. Walker, 324.) 

ADAIR, WILLIAM JONES, see JONES, WILLIAM (1765). 

ADAM, FRANCIS LEITH HUNTER. Adm. at Selwyn H. Oct. 
1,1892. Matric. Michs. 1892. [S. of Hunter, surgeon-general, 
Indian Army. B. Mar. 27, 1872.] B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. 
Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (London) 1897. C. of St Clement's, 
Fulham, 1896-9. C. of Halstead, 1899-1900. C. of St 
Bartholomew's, Winchester, 1901-14. C. of St James's, 
East Cowes, Isle of Wight, 1917. Died Jan. 10, 1918, aged 
45. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ADAM, HENRY THOMPSON. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Apr. 4, 1873. Of Yorks. S. of Thomas, of Cliff House, 
Lytham, Lanes. B. June 1, 1853, at Halifax, Yorks. Matric. 
Easter, 1873; B.A. 1877; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon, 1876; 
priest (Norwich) 1877; C. of St Margaret's, Lyme Regis, 
1876-9. C. of Calne, Wilts., 1879-92. V. of Cherrington, 
1892-9. V. of Marden, 1894-9. V. of Christchurch, White- 
haven, Cumberland, 1899-1917. Resided latterly at 14, 
Stanley Road, Lytham. Died Nov. 15, 1928, aged 75, at 
Lytham. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford.) 

ADAM, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. i, 1880. S. of James, 
deceased. B. Apr. 7, i860, at Kinmuck, Keithhall, Aber- 
deen. Schools, Old Aberdeen Grammar and Aberdeen 
University. Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1880-5; First 
Chancellor's Medal; B.A. {Senr. Classic) 1884; M.A. (Em- 
manuel) i888; Litt.D. 1903. Fellow of Emmanuel, 1884. 
Tutor, 1890. Hon.LL.D. (Aberdeen) 1898. Gifford Lecturer 
(Aberdeen) 1904-5. Visited Greece, 1890. Lecturer at 
Girton College; an ardent supporter of the claims of women 
to degrees. A distinguished classical scholar and Platonist; 
'tended to regard Greek philosophy as pre-eminently a 
Praeparatio Evangelica.' A resolute opponent of all attempts 
to make Greek an optional study. Author, The Educational 
Value of Classics; editions of Plato's Apologia Socratis; Crito, 
Euthyphro; Protagoras; Republic (Text and Commentary); 
Essays and Lectures (edited by his wife). Died Aug. 30, 1907, 
at Aberdeen. Buried at Woking. (Venn, 11. 443; A. M. 
Adam; D.N.B. , 2nd Suppl.) 

ADAM, JAMES RONALD GLENNIE. Adm. pens, at Trinity. 
June 25, 1894. S. of James [M.D.], of Mailing Place, West 
Mailing, Kent. B. Sept. 6, 1877, at Caterham, Surrey. 
School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1899; M.A. 
1903. Served in the South African War with Loch's Horse 
(2nd Lieut., ist Dragoon Guards). Died July, 1906. (Clifton 
Coll. Reg.) 

ADAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, June 23, 
1868. S. of John, clerk, B.D., of Glasgow. B. there Aug. 10, 
1849. School, Aberdeen Grammar. M.A. (Aberdeen) 1868. 
Matric. Michs. 1868; Scholar; 23rd Wrangler, 1872; did not 
take his degree. Special correspondent of the Glasgoit' Herald 
in the Franco-Prussian War. Principal of Pachaivappa's 
College, Madras, 1884-94. Called to the Bar, 1895. Barrister- 
at-law of the Middle Temple. .Advocate of the High Court of 
Madras. Crown and Public Prosecutor, Madras, 1900-13. 
Died there Mar. 15, 1914. (Aberdeen Gr. Sch. Reg.) 

ADAM, STEPHEN CONDON. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 3, 
1854. S. of William Jackson, excise officer. B. at Welling- 
borough, Northants. Bapt. July 10, 1833. Matric. Michs. 
1854; Scholar, 1857; B.A. (31s/ Wrangler) 1858; M.A. 1861. 
Ord. deacon, 1858; priest (York) 1859. Secretary of the Irish 
Church Missions, 1859-69. V. of St Jude, Wolverhampton, 
1869-93. A Freemason. Died Apr. 21, 1893, at Athens, 
whilst returning from a visit to Palestine. (Eagle.) 

ADAM, WILLIAM CHARLES [MERCER]. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 6, 1873. S. of Andrew Mercer, physician, M.D., 
L.R.C.P. (Edinburgh), of Boston, Lines., J.P. B. Dec. 9, 
1853, at Dumfries, N.B. Matric. Michs. 1873 (Cha. Will. 
Mercer); LL.B. 1877. (Scott, AfSS.) 

ADAM, WILLIAM PATRICK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
May 26, 1841. S. of [Sir] Charles [Admiral, K.C.B.]. B. 
Sept. 14, 1823, at Ancrum, Roxburgh. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846. [The leading prototype of 
'Scud East' in Tom Brown; his nickname was Scud.] Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Apr. 8, 1846. Called to the Bar, 1849. 
Secretary to Lord Elphinstone, Governor of Bombay, 1853-8. 
Of Blair-Adam and Bams House, Co. Kinross and Clack- 
mannan. J.P. and D.L. M.P. for Co. Clackmannan and 
Kinross, 1859-80. A Lord of the Treasury, 1868-73. P.C, 
1873. Paymaster-General, 1873-4 and 1880. Commissioner 
of Public Works, 1875-4. Governor of Madras, 1880-1. [His 
eldest son Charles Elphinstone Adam was created baronet in 
recognition of his father's public services, May 20, 1882.] 
Died May 24, 1881, at Ootacamund. Buried there. (Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1862; D.N.B.) 



Adami, George Frederick 

ADAMI, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, {age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1895. S. of John George, deceased. B. Feb. 11, 1876, at 
Ashton-upon-Mersev, Cheshire. School, Cheltenham College. 
Did not matriculate. Student at the Royal Indian Engin- 
eering College, Cooper's Hill, 1895. In the Public Works 
Department, Madras. Died July 4, 1902, at Ootacamund, 
India. Brother of John G. (next) and Leonard C. (1892). 
(OieUenham Coll. Reg.) 

ADAMI, JOHN GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 9, 1880. 
jth s. of John George, of Ashton-upon-Mersey, Cheshire. B. 
Jan. 12, 1862, at Manchester. Schools, Old Trafford, Man- 
chester and Owens College. Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 
1881; Priz«man; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1882; 
Pt II, ist Class, 1884); M.A. 1888; M.B. 1889; M.D. 1892. 
Fellow of Jesus, 1891. Hon. Fellow of Christ's and of Jesus, 
1920. M.R.C.S., 1887. F.R.C.P. (London) 1913. F.R.C.S. 
(London) 1919. F.R.S.S. (Edin.) 1898. Of Canada, 1902. 
M.A., M.D. Incorp. at McGill University, 1899. LL.D. 
(New Bnmswick) 1900. LL.D. (Toronto) 1912. Sc.D. 
(Dublin) 1912. House Physician at Manchester Royal In- 
firmary, 1885-7. John Lucas Walker Student in Pathology, 
1890. University Demonstrator in Pathology at Cambridge, 
1888-90. Head of the Pathological Department of the Royal 
Victoria Hospital. Worked at the Pasteur Institute, Paris. 
Strathcona Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology at 
McGill University, Montreal, 1892-1919. F.R.S., 1905. 
President of numerous Associations in Montreal. Served in 
the Great War (Col., Canadian Army Medical Corps; Assis- 
tant Director of Medical Services in charge of Records at 
headquarters in London). Fothergill Gold Medal, 1914. 
Croonian Lecturer to the Royal College of Physicians, 19 17. 
C.B.E., 1919. Vice-Chancellor of Liverpool University, 1919- 
26. Married and had issue. *A leading pathologist and a 
man of great culture. Author, pathological and medical. 
Died Aug. 29, 1926. Buried at AUerton Cemetery, Liverpool. 
Brother of George F. (above), etc. (Peile, 11. 677; Medical 
Directory; The Times, Aug. 30, 1926; D.N.B.) 

ADAMI, LEONARD CHRISTIAN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1892. S. of J[ohn] G[eorge], Esq. B. Mar. 15, 
1874, at Ash ton-on -Mersey, Cheshire. School, Cheltenham 
College. Scholar; matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895. Entered 
the Indian Civil Service, 1896. Assistant Magistrate and 
Collector in Bengal, 1897. Joint Magistrate and Deputy 
Collector, 1906. District and Sessions Judge, 191X. Superin- 
tendent and Remembrancer of Legal Affairs and Secretary 
to the Legislative Council, Bihar and Orissa, 1913-17. Judge 
of the High Court of Judicature at Patna, 1919-31. Knighted, 
1929. Retired, 1931. Of Devonshire House, Shortlands, 
Kent. Married and had issue. Brother of George F. (1895), 
etc. (CheUenJiam Coll. Reg.; Burke, Knightage; Who's Who, 
1938.) 

ADAMS, ALFRED JOHN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Sept. 29, 1879. 
Matric. Michs. 1880; B..\. 1884; M.A. 1900. One Alfred 
John Adams, s. of John Francis, of Alresford, Hants., died 
Mar. 3, 1930, at Hastings. (T)ie Times, Mar. 6, 1930.) 

ADAMS, ALPHEUS LEOPOLD. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Jesus, 
Jan. 1884. S. of Philip Charles, Esq. B. at Fiddleford, Dorset. 
Schools, Dorchester and Shepton Mallet. Matric. Lent, 
1884; B.A. 1886. Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Gloucester and 
Bristol) 18S8; C. of St Paul's, Bath, 1889-93. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1894. 

ADAMS, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 3, 1870. S. 
of William, gent, [of Bridge House, East Molesey, Surrey]. 
B. there Oct. 11, 1852. School, Sherborne. Matric. Michs. 
1871; B.A. 1875. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 1875; priest (Truro) 
1877; C. of Camborne, 1875-81. V. of St Colan, Cornwall, 
1881-3. V. of Tuckingmill, 1883-1904. V. of Crowan, 1904- 
26. Hon. Canon of Truro, 1912-26. Died Feb. 13, 1926, at 
Crowan Vicarage, as the result of a motor accident. (Sher- 
borne Sch. Reg.) 

ADAMS, ARTHUR JOHN. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. 9, 1871. 
S. of William, F.R.C.S. B. July 9, 1853, in London. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1871. Entered the Army from 
the militia, 1875 (Lieut., West Surrey Regt.; Capt., 1886). 
Retired on half-pay, 1890; retired pay, 1895. {Venn, 11. 
400.) 

ADAMS, ARTHUR VICTOR HILDITCH. Adm. sizar at Sidney, 
Oct. 1, 1886. S. of Benjamin (1843), R. of Fritton, Suffolk. 
B. Jan. 29, 1867, at Milton, Cambs. School, Perse, Cambridge 
(Mr Allen and Mr Barnes-Lawrence). Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. 1889; M.A. 1895. Of Freiburg, Germany. Married and 
had issue. In Univ. Pari. Reg. 1934. {Adams Family Hist., 
384.) 

ADAMS ARTHUR WILLIAM NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, Oct. 10, 1871. S. and h. of Arthur, merchant, of 
Northfield. B. Apr. 28, 1852, at Cheshunt. School, King 
Edward VI, Birmingham (Mr Evans). Matric. Michs. 1871 
(A. W. Nichols); B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878. Assistant Master at 
Berkhampsted School for two years; at King Edward's High 
School, Birmingham, 1883-. 



Adams, Coker 

ADAMS, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 13, 1776. 
Of Staffs. [3rd s. of Benjamin, linen-draper, of Newcastle- 
under-Lyme, J. P. (and Mayor, 1756). B. Jan. 10, 1759.] 
Matric. Michs. 1777; B..\. 1782. Adm. a freeman of New- 
castle, May 26, 1790. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 23, 1782. 
V. of Barlaston, Staffs., 1792-1834. Married Jane Thompson. 
Died Jan. 25, 1834, aged 76. M.I. at Barlaston. Will proved 
(Lichfield) July 12, 1834. (P. W. L. Adams, Adams 
Family Hist., 221; H. I. Longden.) 

ADAMS, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 16, 1843. 
3rd s. of Benjamin, wine merchant, deceased [formerly 
owner of the famous Greengates factories] of Chester [and 
Sarah, dau. of John Hilditch]. B. Oct. 6, 1826, at Chester. 
Matric. Lent, 1844; B.A. 1848. Ord. deacon, 1852; priest 
(Lichfield and Coventry) 1853. C. of Burton-on-Trent in 
1854. C. of Belton, Suffolk, 1866-82. R. of Fritton, 1882- 
1909. Died July 18, 1909. Buried at Fritton. Father of 
Arthur V. H. (1886). {Adams Family Hist.) 

ADAMS, BENJAMIN WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1891. 
Adm. at Peterhouse, Jan. 23, 1893. S. of Joseph, deceased. 
B. Dec. 27, 185 1, at Lyme House. School, London Univer- 
sity. B.A. 1893; M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 1893; 
priest, 1894; C. of St Barnabas, Cambridge, 1893-6. C. of 
Macclesfield, Cheshire, 1896-1902. C. of Croydon, Surrey, 
1902-9. C. of Reculver, Kent, 1909-13. V. of Lilboume, 
Northants., 1914-18. Died May 5, 1918, aged 66. {T. A. 
Walker, 625; Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ADAMS, BERNARD NORTON. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 1, 1898. 
B. Apr. 28, 1881. School, Bolton Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1898; B.A. 1901. Ord. deacon, 1904; priest (Salisbury) 
1905; C. of Melksham, Wilts., 1904-6. Assistant Master at 
Melksham High School, 1901-5. Chaplain and .Assistant 
Master at Bishop's School, Salisbury, 1906-7. Assistant 
Master at Stockport Grammar School, 1907-19. C. of Stock- 
port, 1916-19. V. of Dukinfield, Cheshire, 1919-24. Rural 
Dean, 1923-4. R. of St Peter's, Chester, 1924-9. V. of 
Ecchinsweil with Sydmonton, 1929-31. R. of South Poole 
(with Chivelstone, 1932-) Devon, 1931-8. {Schoolmasters' 
Directory; Crockford, 1938.) 

ADAMS, BISHOP TRERICE. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, 
Michs. 1900. S. of Peter HammiU. B. Mar. 17, 1878, at 
Helston, Cornwall. B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon, 
1904; priest (Manchester) 1905. C. of Leesfield, Lanes., 
1904-7. Died Nov. 29, 1907, aged 29, at Godstone. Brother 
of Samuel T. (1898). (Scott, MSS.) 

ADAMS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Emmanuel, Oct. 31, 
1759. S. of Samuel, Esq., of Barbados. B. there. School, 
Mitcham, Surrey (Mr Evanson). 

ADAMS, CHARLES CADDICK. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Caius, 
Mar. 26, i860. S. of Charles Haden, gent., of FUlongley 
Lodge, near Coventry, Warws. B. at Walsall, Staffs. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1867; M.A. 
1872. No profession. Died Dec. 24, 1891. {Venn, 11. 348.) 

ADAMS, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Sid.vey, Oct. 7, 
1868. 2nd s. of George, surgeon, of Nailsea, near Bristol. B. 
there May 30, 1849. School, Honiton (Mr March). Matric. 
Michs. 1868; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon, 1873; 
priest (Winchester) 1873; C. of North and South HayUng, 
1872-4. C. of Lancaster, 1874-6. V. of Caton, Lanes., 1876- 
8. V. of EUel Grange, 1878-84. Diocesan Inspector for the 
Northern Division, dio. Manchester, 1882-4. Inspector of 
Schools, dio. Oxford, 1884-97. V. of Binsey, Oxon., 189 1-7. 
V. of Earley, 1897-1904. R. of Rotherfield Peppard, 1904-15. 
Resided latterly at Reading. Died there Dec. 6, 1916, aged 
67. (Scott, MSS. ; Crockford.) 

ADAMS, CHARLES FREDERICK. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1900. 6th s. of James Scovell, stockbroker, deceased. B. 
July 21, 1881. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1900. 
On the Stock Exchange; in the firm of Messrs Foote and 
.Adams. Died Jan. 25, 1937, at Glenwood, Claygate, Surrey. 
{Cliarterliouse Sch. Reg.; The Times, Jan. 26, 1937.) 

ADAMS, CHARLES NORRISH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 10, 
1882. S. of Charles. B. Nov. 30, 1864, at Exeter. School, 
Exeter Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1882; 
(Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1884); B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. 
Assistant .Master at E.xeter Grammar School. Afterwards 
at Hulme Grammar School, Manchester. Died Mar. 8, 1891, 
at 128, Chorlton Road, Manchester. {Peile, 11. 689.) 

ADAMS, CHRISTOPHER JOHN. Matric. FeU.-Com. from St 
Catharine's, Michs. 1829. But see also James Christopher 
(1829); perhaps the same. 

ADAMS, COKER. M.A. 1870, incorp. from Oxford. 4th s. of 
John (1803), of St Pancras, London [by his 3rd wife Charlotte 
Priscilla, dau. of John Coker, of Bicester House, Oxon.]. B. 
Oct. 19, 1827. School, Winchester College. Matric. (New 
College, Oxford) Jan. 14, 1847, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1851; 
M.A. 1S54. Fellow of New College, 1847-77. Ord. deacon, 
1853; priest (Oxford) 1855. R. of Stockton, Warws., 1870-6. 
R. of Saham Toney, Suffolk, 1876-91. Died s.p. Dec. 27, 
1891. {Winchester Coll. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Burke, L.G.) 



Adams, Cyril Francis Stirling 

ADAMS, CYRIL FRANCIS STIRLING. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1894. Of Yorks. [3rd s. of Samuel {1849), 
clerk, of Eastbourne, Sussex.] B. June 3, 1875, at St George's 
Vicarage, Leeds. Schools, Blundell's, Tonbridge and South 
Eastern College, Ramsgate. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1898; priest (Marlborough) 1899; C. 
of St Cyprian, Marylebone, London, 1898-1902. Held other 
curacies in London, 1902-12. Became a Roman Catholic, 
1912. Died Mar. 16, 1927. Brother of Henry F. S. (1882) and 
George A. S. (1876). {Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

ADAMS, EDGAR TARRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, 
June I, 1900. [S. of Thomas Francis, of the Red House, 
Halstead, Essex.] Matric. Michs. 1900. Of Halstead, Essex, 
and of Deal, Kent. F.R.A.S.; F.R.Met.S. During the Great 
War, Hon. Lieut., R.N.V.R. Died July 29, 1926, aged 73. 
at Halstead. Father of Francis N. (1900). (R. F. Scott; The 
Times, July 31, 1926.) 

ADAMS, EDWARD. .\dm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 
1888. S. of Montgomery, of St Albans. B. 1869, at Wood 
Green, Middlesex. School, Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1888; 
B.A. 1891; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 1893; priest (Durham) 
1894; C. of Esh, Durham, 1893-5. Held other curacies, 
1895-1911. V. of Axminster, Somerset, 1911-15. Lived 
latterly at St John's House, St John's Wood Road, London. 
Disappears from Crockford in 1927. (Rossall Sch. Reg.) 

ADAMS, EDWARD AURELIUS. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 28, 
1856. S. of Samuel (1819) clerk. B. Dec. 2, 1836, at Newton 
Blossomville, Bucks. Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1857-60; 
B.A. i860; M.A. 18C6. Ord. deacon (Ely) i860; priest, 1861 ; 
C. of St Mary's, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, 1860-3. C. of 
Holy Trinity, Marylebone, London, 1863-9. V. of St John's 
Meads, Eastbourne, Sussex, 1869-92. Living at Brighton in 
1897. Died there Sept. 7, 1918, aged 82. Brother of Reginald 
S. (1858). (Venn, 11. 330; Scott, MSS.) 

ADAMS, EDWARD COKER. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1883; 
from Cavendish H. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 1884. 4th 
s. of Henry CadwaUader, V. of Old Shoreham, Sussex. B. 
Oct. 19, 1865. School, Lancing College. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London. L.S.A., 1893; M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1894. 
Surgeon to the Niger Company, 1897. District Medical 
OfScer, Colonial Service, 1899-1910. Late Senior Medical 
OflScer, West African Medica ' Service, Gambia. (T.A. Walker, 
579; Lancing Coll. Reg.; Medical Directory, 1937; Burke, 
L.G.) 

ADAMS, EDWARD GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pem- 
broke, Sept. 22, 1795. S. and h. of William, druggist, of 
London. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1796. 

ADAMS, EDWARD RICHARDS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
July 2, 1828. S. of Edward Richards, of London. B. there. 
Schools, Clapham (Dr Lang) and Stamford (Mr .'\rnold). 
Matric. Michs. 1828 (E. Richard (sic)]; Scholar, 1829-32; 
B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 10, 1832. 
Called to the Bar, 1836. Equity draftsman and conveyancer. 
J. P. and D.L. for Surrey. Married Adelaide, dau. of Joseph 
Wood, Esq., of Westminster, London, Sept. 10, 1840. Died 
July 17, 1872, at South Croydon. Brother of John D. (1836) 
and father of the next. (Venn, u. 204.) 

ADAMS, EDWARD RICHARDS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
June 26, 1861.S. and h. of Edward Richards (above), barrister- 
at-law. B. in the parish of St George's, Bloomsbury, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon 
(Oxford) 1864; priest, 1865; C. of Linslade, Bucks., 1864-5. 
V. of Biscot, Beds., 1866-75. C. of St Paul's, Bedford, 1875-9. 
C. of Brighton, Sussex, 1879-81. V. of St Paul's, Camden 
Square, London, 1881-8. C. of Monk Sherborne, Hants., 
1897-1901. Author, Lectures on Religion. Died Mar. 14, 
1901, aged 59, at Pamber Heath, Hants. (Venn, 11. 353; 
Hennessy; Scott, MSS.) 

ADAMS, FRANCIS. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1883. Adm. pens, 
at St Catharine's, Aug. 12, 1885. S. of Henry. B. at Liver- 
pool, Lanes. B.A. 1887. Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Man- 
chester) 1888. C. of Bedford, Lanes., 1887-9. Head Master 
of Famworth Grammar School, 1892-1902. Not in Crockford, 
1904. 

ADAMS, FRANCIS CHARLES SOMERSET. Adm. at Caius, 
1894. S. of Francis, bank manager, of Sydney, New South 
Wales [and EUzabeth Arkell Macphillainy]. B. there Apr. 19, 
1875. Schools, Sydney Church of England Grammar and 
Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. Returned 
to Australia. (Venyi, 11. 536.) 

ADAMS, FRANCIS HUGH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 27, 
1869. S. of William, schoolmaster. B. Oct. 12, 1849, at 
Brighton. Matric. Michs. 1869; Scholar, 1871; B.A. 1873; 
M.A. 1878. Formerly of WeUingore HaU School. Died 
July 26, 1934, aged 84, at Oxford. (The Times, July 27, 
1934) 



Adams, Henry Brettingham 

ADAMS, FRANCIS (FRANK) MANTELL. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, Oct. 1, i860. S. and h. of John, surgeon, of London. 
B. there Aug. 4, 1841. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 
i860; B.A. 1864, as Frank M. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Apr. 28, 1864. Called to the Bar, 1867. On the South 
Eastern Circuit. Author, legal. Died Mar. i, 1886, at 
Cannington Milford. (The Guardian, Mar. 10, 1886.) 

ADAMS, FRANCIS NORRIS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 9, 
1900. S. of Edgar Tarry (1900). B. Jan. 2, 1882, at Halstead, 
Essex. School, Halstead Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1900; 
B.A. 1903. In business with Messrs T. F. Adams and Sons, 
Maltsters and Brewers, of Halstead, Essex. Of Momington 
House, Halstead, Essex, 1934. Brother of Edgar T. (1900). 
(Peile, II. 841; Univ. Cal., 1935-6.) 

ADAMS, FRANCIS OTTIWELL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 20, 1843. S. and h. of Joseph Hollingworth [Com- 
missary-General to the Forces]. B. Oct. 10, 1826, at Quebec, 
Canada. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; 
M.A. 1851. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 14, 1847. 
Migrated to Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 6, 1850. Called to the Bar, 

1852. Attache, successively at Stockholm, St Petersburg and 
Paris, 1854-62. Secretary in the Foreign Office; at Washing- 
ton, 1864. Charge d'Affaires at Paris, 1867. Secretary of 
Legation in Japjm, 1868. Acting ChargI d'Affaires at Ayedo, 
1871-2. Secretary of Embassy at BerUn, 1872; Charge 
d'Affaires there till 1874. C.B., 1878. Minister plenipoten- 
tiary in the Diplomatic Service, 1879. K.C.M.G., 1886. Envoy 
extraordinary and Minister plenipotentiary at Berne, 1881. 
Retired, 1888. Author, History of Japan. Died July 20, 
1889, at Grindelwald. (Boose, iv. Suppl.; Annual Reg.) 

ADAMS, FREDERICK SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 5, 1894. S. of Thomas, iron roller, of Bilston. B. 
June 16, 1869, at Ettingshall, near Wolverhampton. 
Matric. Michs. 1894. 

ADAMS, GEORGE ADOLPHUS SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1876. S. of Samuel (1849), clerk. B. Aug. 4, 
1856, at Runcorn, Cheshire. School, King William's College. 
(Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar; B.A. 1881; 
M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon, 1881; priest (Bath and Wells) 
1882; C. of Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, 1881-4. Chaplain 
at Rosario de Santa Fe, Argentine, South America, 1884-93. 
V. of Erith, Kent, 1894-1917. R. of Nettlestead, 1917-28. 
Lived latterly at 35, Hartfield Road, Eastbourne. Died 
there Aug. 8, 1936, aged 80. Buried at Nettlestead. Brother 
of Henry F. S. (1882), etc. (Crockford; The Times, Aug. 10, 
1936.) 

ADAMS, GEORGE HILL. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 24, 
1865. S. of George, R. of Famdon, Northants. [and Georgina 
Catherine, dau. of Dr WiUiam Adams (1787), LL.D. of 
Trinity Hall]. B. Dec. 4, 1845, at East Famdon. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1870. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester) 1870; C. of Northfield, near Birmingham, 1870- 
2. C. of All Saints', Lambeth, Middlesex, 1872. C. of Welsh- 
pool, 1873. C. of Calstock, Cornwall, 1874-7. Disappears 
from Crockford c. 1880; appears to have resided abroad. 
[He was a near relative of G. E. Cokayne (formerly Adams) 
Clarenceux King of Arms.] Died July 24, 1922, aged 76, at 
Laval, Mayenne, France. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.) 

ADAMS, HAROLD JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 12, 
1876. S. of John David, ironmonger. B. at Westminster, 
Middlesex. Bapt. Apr. 7, 1858. Matric. Michs. 187O; 
Scholar, 1879; B.A. (3isi Wrangler) 1880; M.A. 1883. 
F.R.A.S. Sometime in the Patent Office. Died Apr. 22, 
1930, aged yz. (Eagle.) 

ADAMS, HARRY JOSEPH. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1893. Adm. 
pens, at St John's, Jan. 20, 1894. [Did not graduate.] S. of 
Henry James, assay officer, of London. B. July 22, 1866, at 
Islington, Middlesex. School, Hoxton (Mr R. W. Hinton). 
Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (Norwich) 1897; C. of Drayton, 
Norwich, 1896-g. R. of Clenchwarton, Norfolk, 1899-1902. 
P.C. of Stoke Ferry, 1905-10. R. of Rackheath, 1910-38. 
Chaplain to the Forces, 1915-26. (Crockford, 1938; Univ. 
War List, where he is confused with Harold John Adams.) 

ADAMS, HENRY ATHERTON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Mar. I, 1853. Of Middlesex. [Perhaps s. of Richard Leonard, 
R. of Shere, Surrey, and the Hon. Elizabeth Atherton 
Pow>'s, dau. of Thomas, 2nd Baron Lilford.] Matric. Michs. 

1853. Of Wynters Grange, Essex. J. P. Married and had 
issue. Died 1897. Perhaps brother of Richard L. (185S). 
(Walford, Co. Fam., ed. 1920.) 

ADAMS, HENRY BRETTINGHAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 25, 1867. S. ot Henry, architect, of London. B. at 
Notting Hill, London. Bapt. Oct. 4, 1848. Matric. Michs. 
1867; B.A. 1872. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 16, 1871. 
Called to the Bar, 1877. Died Dec. 3, 1930, aged 82, at 
Teignmouth. (Foster, Men at the Bar; Scott, MSS.) 



Adams, Henry Frederick Spencer 

ADAMS, HENRY FREDERICK SPENCER. Matric. pens, from 
Queens', Michs. 1882. [S. of Samuel (1849), clerk. B. Sept. 13, 
1863. Schools, Leeds Grammar and King William's College, 
Isle of Man.] Scholar; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1898. Football 
(rugby) 'blue.' Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Liverpool) 1887; 
C. of St Paul's, Southport, 1886. C. of Yatton, Somerset, 

1888. C. of Holy Trinity, Eastbourne, 1891. R. of Branston, 
Lines., 1891-4. V. of St Paul's, Stratford, 1895-8. V. of 
Streatham, London, 1898-1914. V. of St John's, Paddington, 
1914-21. V. of Holy Trinity, Redhill, Surrey, 1921-38-. 
Hon. Canon of Southwark, 1929-36; Canon (Emer.), 1936. 
Of Delgany, Kippington Road, Sevenoaks. Brother of 
George A. S. (1876), etc. (King William's Coll. Reg.; Crock- 
ford, 1938.) 

ADAMS, HENRY JOSEPH. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 1888. 
S. of Richard (1850), clerk. B. Apr. i, 1870. School, Bolton 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1 888. B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895; in- 
corp. at the Univ. of W. Australia 1914. Assistant Master at 
Bolton Grammar School, 1891-3. Ord. deacon, 1893; priest 
(.Vfanchester) 1894; C. of Kirkham, 1893-8. V. of Lever 
Bridge, Lanes., 1898-1910. Canon and R. of St Paul's 
Cathedral, Bunbury, Western Australia, 1910-36-. Rural 
Dean, 1910-18. Hon. Chaplain to the Bishop of Bunbury, 
1918-27. Archdeacon of Bunbury, 1926-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ADAMS, HENRY POWYS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 6, 1880. 
S. and h. of Richard L. (1858), clerk. B. June 10, 1862. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1882. Joined the ist 
Batt. of the H.A.C., 1893. Spent many years abroad. Served 
in the Great War (re-enlisted in the H.A.C., 1914; on the 
Western Front; invalided home, 1915). T\vice married. Died 
Oct. 30, 1938. (Record of Old Westminsters; Univ. War List.) 

ADAMS, HERBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 

1889. 2nd s. of Francis, wholesale stationer, of London. B. 
there May 31, 1870. School, Dulwich College (Mr Gilkes). 
Matric. Michs. 1889; Scholar; B.A. 1892. Assistant Master 
at Portora Royal School, Enniskillen, 1893. At Dulwich 
College, 1898-1930-. Married and had issue. Of 40, Loxley 
Road, Wandsworth Common. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; School- 
masters' Directory, 1930-1.) 

ADAMS, JAMES. M.A. from King's, 1764. S. of James, of 
New Jenkins, Essex. Matric. (Hertford College, Oxford) 
May 7, 1748, age 16, ass. of James, gent., of St James's, West- 
minster, London. B.A. (Oxford) 1752-3. V. of Grays Thur- 
rock, Essex, 1763-84. R. of South Ockendon, 1771-85. 
Died Mar. 19, 1785, aged 53. Buried at S. Ockendon. M.I. 
(Al. Oxon.; W. Palin, More about Stifford, 53.) 

ADAMS, JAMES CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at St Catha- 
rine's, Feb. 16, 1829. Of Walsall, Warws. (sic). Probably 
Matric. iMichs. 1829, as Christopher John. 

ADAMS, JOHN. M.A. from Trinity, 1759. [Doubtless s. of 
Thomas, of Kibworth, Leics.] Matric. (St John's College, 
Oxford) Dec. 8, 1733, age 17; JB.A. (Oxford) 1737. Master at 
Market Harborough Grammar School, Leics., 1736-51. R. of 
Dingley, Northants., 1751-4. C. of Draughton c. 1752-77. 
R. of Coston (alias Colston), Leics., 1754-77. Received a 
dispensation from Canterbury to hold the Rectory of Maid- 
well, with Coston, 1759; described as of Trinity CoUege, 
Cambridge. R. of Maidwell, 1759-77; resided there. The well- 
known 'Parson Adams' in Joseph Andrews. [The suggested 
identification of John Adams of Queens' (1740) in Al. Cant., 
Pt I, with the R. of Coston is incorrect.] Died Oct. 30, 1777, 
aged 62. Buried at Draughton. M.I. Will proved (P.C.C.) 
1778. (Cant. Aa Bk.; Nichols, 11. Pt i. 145; J. H. Hill, 
Market Harboro', 25; H. I. Longden.) 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, June 26, 1787. 
S. and h. of John Phillips, of HoUyland, Pembs., D.L. [and 
Charlotte, dau. of William Corbett, of Damhall, Cheshire]. 
Matric. Michs. 1787; Scholar, 1787; B.A. 1791. Of HoUyland, 
Pembs. Married Sophia, dau. of Archdeacon Holcombe, 1795. 
(Peile, 11. 323; Co. Families of Wales, 11. 892; Burke, L.G.) 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 8, 1803. Of 
Warws. [Probably 3rd s. of Simon, Esq., of Anstey Hall, 
Warws. B. 1786.] School, Fotheringay. Scholar, 1804; 
matric. Lent, 1806. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 22, 
1806. Called to the Bar, 1812, and incorp. at the Inner 
Temple, 1815. Serjeant-at-law, 1824. Chairman of the 
Middlesex Magistrates, 1836. Assistant Judge of the Mid- 
dlesex Quarter Sessions, 1844-56; concerned himself with 
1'uvenile criminality. Responsible for a clause inserted in the 
'arkhurst Act which resulted in the sending of youn;; 
criminals to reformatory schools instead of to prison. Married 
three times. Author, legal. [Memoir, G. Mag., 1856, i. 195.] 
Died Jan. 10, 1856, aged 70, in London. Father of Coker 
(1870). (Boase; Burke, Z,.G.) 

ADAMS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 1897. S. of 
Thomas Hugh, farmer [died Dec. 12, 1883]. B. Jan. 20, 
1872, at Rokeel, Antrim, Ireland. School, Queen's College, 
Belfast (Rev. T. Hamilton). Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar, 
1898; B.A. 1900; M.A. 1904. Lecturer in Botany at the 
City of Dublin Municipal Technical Schools. Professor of 



Adams, Newsham Peers 

Botany at the Royal College of Science, Ireland, and at the 
Royal Veterinary CoUege of Ireland. Assistant Dominion 
Botanist in Canada. Of 68, Fairmont Avenue, Ottawa. 
Author, botanical. (Who's Wlio, 1938.) 

ADAMS, JOHN CHARLES. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1873. Adm. 
pens, at Downing, Oct. 12, 1874. B.A. 1876. Ord. deacon 
(Llan.); priest, 1884. C. of Acton Scott, Salop, 1885. V. of 
St John's, Moffat, Dumfries, 1887-91. Died Aug. 18, 1891, 
at Moffat, aged 46 (sic). (Scott, MSS.; The Guardian, Aug. 
26, 1891.) 

ADAMS, JOHN COUCH. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 19, 1839. 
Of ComwaU. S. of Thomas, tenant farmer. B. June 5, 1819, 
at Lidcot, near Launceston. Schools, Devonport, Saltash and 
Landulph. Matric. Michs. 1839; Scholar, 1842; 2nd Smith's 
Prizeman; B.A. (Senr. Wrangler) 1843; M..^. 1846. Fellow 
liU 1852. FeUow of Pembroke, 1853-92. Proctor, 1851. 
Hon. Sc.D., 1888. M.A. ; incorp. at Oxford, 1847. Hon. D.C.L. 
(Oxford) 1855. Professor of Mathematics at St Andrew's 
L^niversity, 1858. Lowndean Professor of Astronomy and 
Geometry, 1859-92. Director of the Cambridge Observatory, 
1861-92. Made observations determining particulars of the 
planet 'Neptune,' 1841-5 (these calculations, which should 
have led to its discovery, were deposited at the Royal 
Observatory, Greenwich, Oct. 21, 1845, but the actual dis- 
covery was made by Galle, at Berlin, from Leverrier's calcu- 
lations, announced seven months later). President of the 
Royal Astronomical Society, 185 1-5 and 1874-6; received 
the gold medal for researches in connection with the lunar 
theory, 1866. Copley medal, 1848. F.R.S., 1849. A member 
of many foreign societies, including the academies of Paris 
and St Petersburg. Received honorary degrees from Edin- 
burgh, Dublin and Bologna. Refused knighthood, 1847. 
DecUned the office of Astronomer- Royal, 1881. Delegate for 
Great Britain at the International Meridian Conference at 
Washington, 1884. 'A man of learning as weU as of science'; 
collected 800 volumes of early printed works, subsequently 
bequeathed to the University Library. The Adams Prize was 
founded to commemorate his 'deductive discovery' of the 
planet Neptune, 1848. Author, Scientific Papers. Died 
Jan. 21, 1892. Buried at St GUes', Cambridge. M.I. in 
Westminster Abbey and Truro Cathedral. Brother of 
William G. (1855). (The Historical Reg.; D.N.B., Suppl. i.) 

ADAMS, JOHN DUNKIN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Caius, 
Sept. 26, 1S36. 2nd s. of Edward Richards, accountant [of 
Beckenham, Kent]. Schools, Bromley, Kent (MrNeweU) and 
Brighton (Rev. R. Fennell). Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1843. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 20, 1836. Ord. deacon (Salis- 
bury) 1844; priest (Canterbury) 1845; C. of Hayes, Kent, 
1845-9. C. of Towednack, ComwaU, 1849-51. Died Jan. 23, 
1852, at St Ives. Brother of Edward R. (1828). (Venn, 11. 
238; Cant. Act Bk.) 

ADAMS, JOHN EXLEY. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Emmanuel, 

June 4, 1810. Matric. Michs. 1810; LL.B. 1816. Ord. priest 
(Peterb.) Sept. 24, 1814; C. of Orlingbury, Northants., 1813. 
C. of WeUingborough. C. of Melbury Abbas, Dorset, in 1841 
and 1847-9. C. of South Cadbury, Somerset, 1849-54. R. of 
Ashmore, Dorset, 1854-70; successor instituted 1870. [James 
Exley Adams, only s. of John Exley Adams, clerk, of 
Wellingborough, Northants., matriculated from Exeter 
CoUege, Oxford, Nov. 29, 1832, age 19.] (Hutchins, 111. 370.) 

ADAMS, JOHN SIDNEY. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 
1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. Address, Cariton ColviUe, 
Lowestoft (1936). (Queens' Coll. Club, 1934.) 

ADAMS, JOSEPH. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1883. 

ADAMS, JOSIAH OAKE. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 9, 1886. 
[Probably s. (or nephew) of Josiah Oake, surgeon, F.R.C.S.] 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 
1890; priest (Truro) 1892. C. of Camborne, Cornwall, 1890-3. 
Held other curacies, 1893-7. V. of Egloskerry with Tremaine, 
1897-1904. V. of Egloshayle, 1904-16. Died there May 13, 
1916, aged 51. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ADAMS, JOSIAH [WARWICK]. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1885; 
from Ayerst H. S. of J., of Liverpool. Ord. deacon, 1887; 
priest (Norwich) 1888. C. of Castle Acre, Norfolk, 1887-9. 
Held other curacies, 1889-97. V. of Dunton, Norfolk, 1897- 
1905. V. of Shepley, Vorks., 1905-11. V. of WaU, Staffs., 
1911-30. During the Great War, with the Y.M.C.A.. in 
France, 1917-18. At University College, Durham. B.A. 
(Durham) 1919; M.A. 1922. Of South View, Aston, Cheshire 
(1937). [Occurs in Crockford as Josiah Warwick Adams.] 
Author, The Remedy. (Scott, MSS.; Crockford, 1938.) 

ADAMS, NEWSHAM PEERS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Apr. i8, 1895. 5th s. of Henry .Aujjustus, General [Bombay 
Army], sometime of Funchal, Madeira. B. June 6, 1861, in 
the East Indies. School, Lymington, Hants. Matric. Easter, 
1895; B.A. 1899; M..A. 1904. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 21, 
1901; priest, 1902. V. of St Mary-at-Elms, Suffolk, 1904-12. 



Adams, Oliver John 

Chaplain to the Forces, 1915-18. Lie. pr., dio. Southwark, 
1926-8; for dio. Guildford, 1928-38-. Of i, Chichester 
Place, Guildford (1938). {Family of Adams of Cavan, etc.; 
Crockford, 1938.) 

ADAMS, OLIVER JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i. 1900. 
S. of James. B. Aug. 16, 1880, at Crymmych, S. Wales. 
School, Llandovery College (Mr O. Evans). Matric. Michs. 
1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Assistant Master at South 
Hampstead ft-eparatory School, Finchley Road, London, 
N.W., c. 1903-. Assistant Master at Gowerton County School, 
1907-32-. Of KUgerran, S. Wales. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 
1932-3-) 

ADAMS, OSWALD. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 28, 1843. 
S. of Oswald, schoolmaster, of Romford, Essex. B. there. 
Bapt. Dec. 24, 1820. Migrated to Peterhouse, Oct. 24, 1843 
[s. of Oswald, of the Savings Bank, Romford]. Matric. 
Michs. 1843. Name ofif Michs. 1845. (T. A. Walker, 482.) 

ADAMS, PERCY HOLLAND. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity 
Hall, Sept. 18, 1872. 4th s. of William, Esq., solicitor, of 
Nelson, New Zealand. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 
1879. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 3, 1874. Called to the 
Bar, 1877; name removed, 1922. Of Christchurch, New 
Zealand. (R. L. Lloyd.) 

ADAMS, PHILIP BIRT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 29, 1827. S. of Philip. B. Mar. 16, 1808, at Ludlow, 
Salop. Schools, Felsted and Swansea (Dr Griffith). Matric. 
Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831. R. of Hopesay, Salop, 1836-77. 
Died Dec. 3, 1877. {Felsted Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

ADAMS, PHILIP LANE. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 1893. B. 
Apr. 9, 1874. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. 
Ord. deacon, 1897; priest (Manchester) 1898; C. of Heaton- 
Nonis, Lanes., 1897-1905. Secretary of the Additional 
Curates' Society, 1905-13. R. of Heaton Reddish, Lanes., 
1913-34-- {Crockford, 1937.) 

ADAMS, REGINALD ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 9, 1884. S. of Augustus Crichton, V. of Toft, 
Cheshire. B. Aug. 10, 1864, at Rochester. School, Pockling- 
ton Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1901. 
Ord. deacon (Durham) 1889; priest (Perth) 1891; C. of 
Rain ton, Durham, 1889-90. R. of Dongarra, Perth, Western 
AustTEilia, 1893-6. Missionary Chaplain for Southern Yorke's 
Peninsula, S. Australia, 1896-9. R. of St John's, Mount 
Pleasant with Springton and Mount Torrens, 1902-10. Rural 
Dean of Gwaler, 1908-10. R. of Jamestown, 1910-27. Rural 
Dean of Peterborough and the North, 1913-24. Archdeacon 
of Willochra, 1924-7. Administrator of Willochra Diocese, 
1925-7. Lie. pr., dio. Adelaide, 1928-. Address, Wayville, 
South Australia. Married and had issue. {Crockford, 1938; 
Who's Who, 1938.) 

ADAMS, REGINALD FRANCIS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1S96. 
S. of H., Esq., of Cannon Hill, Maidenhead, Berks. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1900. Name occurs in 
Univ. Cal., 1937-8. 

ADAMS, REGINALD SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 12, 
1858. S. of Samuel (1819), V. of Thornton, Leics. B. there, 
July, 1839. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. 
Ord. deacon (Carhsle) 1862; priest, 1863; C. of Christ Church, 
CarUsle, 1862-5. R- of Sebergham, Cumberland, 1865-76. 
Rural Dean of Greystoke, 1870-6. V. of Marple, Cheshire, 
1876-1918. Hon. Canon of Chester, 1913-28. Editor of 
Carlisle Diocesan Calendar. Died July 6, 1928. Brother of 
Edward A. (1856). {Venn, 11. 339.) 

ADAMS, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Magdalene, 
May 17, 1850. S. of Joseph, Esq., of Wisbech, Cambs. 
School, Wisbech. Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. 1854; M.A. 1861. 
Ord. deacon (Manchester for Ripon) 1857; priest (Ripon) 
1858; C. of St John's, Huddersfield, 1857-9. C. of Norton, 
Durham, 1859-61. C. of West Gorton, Lanes., 1861-5. C. of 
St Stephen's Hukne, 1865-9. R-, 1869-71. R. of Red Bank, 
Manchester, 1871-83. V. of Lever Bridge, 1883-98. Author, 
Down with the Puseyites ; A Commentary on the Prayer Book, 
etc. Died May 7, 1898, at Lever Bridge. Father of Henry J. 
(1888). {Boose, IV. Suppl.; Crockford.) 

ADAMS, RICHARD BURROWES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Jan. 31, 1827. S. of Thomas. B. at Aldridge Lodge, Staffs. 
School, King Edward VI, Birmingham (Mr Cooke). Migrated 
(age 18) to Trinity, Oct. 13, 1827. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 
1831; M.A. 1839. Brother of Thomas B. (1824). 

ADAMS, RICHARD LEONARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 
29, 1858. S. of Richard Leonard, R. of Shere, Surrey [and 
the Hon. Elizabeth Atherton, dau. of Thomas [Powys], 2nd 
Baron Lilford]. B. Mar. 29, 1838, at Bath. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1S62; M.A. 1865. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) May 31, 1863; priest, 1864. V. of Fram- 
field, Sussex, 1866-76. Succeeded his father as R. of Shere, 
Surrey, 1876-93; retired. Died Apr. 11, 1897, at Torquay, 
aged 59. Perhaps brother of Henry A. (1853); father of 
Henry P. (i88o). {Peile, 11. 558.) 



Adams, Thomas 

ADAMS, RICHARD NEWTON. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, 
Jan. 9, 1810. S. of Archdeacon Richard [R. of Edingthorpe, 
Norfolk, 1789-1850]. B. Apr. 4, 1792, at Edingthorpe. 
School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1810. Migrated to 
Sidney, Dec. 17, 1810; Scholar, 1811; B.A. {7th Wrangler) 
1814; M.A. 1817; B.D. 1824; D.D. 1830. Fellow of Sidney, 
1817-40. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 10, 1815; priest 
(Norwich) June 9, 1816. Mathematical Master of Christ's 
Hospital, 1819-26. Lady Margaret's Preacher, 1834. R. of 
Rempstone, Notts., 1839-67. Married Louisa, dau. of Charles 
Martindale, Esq., of Sawston, Cambs., Aug. 20, 1840. Author, 
The Jewish Missionary, etc. Died Mar. 16, 1867, at Remp- 
stone. {Christ's Hospital Reg.; Peile, 11. 365; Boose; G. Mag., 
1840, II. 424.) 

ADAMS, ROBERT RICHARD DOLBY. Adm. at Emmanuel, 
May 23, 1867. [School, City of London.] Matric. Michs. 
1867; Scholar, 1870; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1871; M.A. 
1875. Assistant Master at Dulwieh College, 1872-7. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Nov. 1, 1876, as 'of Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge; s. of Robert, merchant, of Harrow, Middlesex.' 
Prepared pupils for Examinations. {Middle Temple A dm. Bk.; 
Dulwieh Coll. Reg.) 

ADAMS, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 6, 1819 [re- 
adm. Nov. 6, 1821]. 2nd s. of John, of Northampton. B. 
there June 1, 1799. School, Northampton (Mr Watts and 
Mr Smith). Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1827. Ord. 
deacon, 1826; priest (Lincoln) 1827; C. of Newton Blossom- 
ville, Bucks., and of Astwood, Beds., 1826-38. C. of Thorn- 
ton with Bagworth, Leics., 1838-57. V. of Thornton with 
Bagworth and Stanton, 1857-87. Disappears from Crockford, 
1888. Father of Reginald S. (1858) and Edward A. (1856). 
{Crockford.) 

ADAMS, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 30, 1849. 
S. of Samuel, Capt., of Douglas, Isle of Man. B. Nov. 27, 
1828, at St Mathew's Chapel, Douglas. School, King William's 
College (Mr R. Dixon, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 
1853; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon, 1853; priest (Chester) 1854; 
C. of Acton, Cheshire, 1853-4. PC. of Holy Trinity, Run- 
corn, 1854-8. Consular Chaplain at Monte Video, South 
.■\merica, 1858-72. V. of St George's, Leeds, 1873-80. V. of 
Taunton, Somerset, 1880-7. Rural Dean, 1884-7. Preb. 
of WeUs, 1884-1911. V. of Yatton, 1887-91. Rural Dean of 
Portishead, 1890. Died Sept. 22, 191 1, at Eastbourne. 
Father of Cyril F. S. (1894), George A. S. (1876) and Henry F. 
S. (1882). {King William's Coll. Reg.) 

ADAMS, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 20, 
1869. Of Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1869. 

ADAMS, SAMUEL GEORGE WALLIS. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Easter, 1877. S. of Wallis, J. P. for Co. Cork, of Janemount, 
Glenaire. B. July, 1858, at Cork. Schools, T^vyford, Win- 
chester [not in Winchester Coll. Reg.] and Worthing. Matric. 
Easter, 1877. Resided four terms. Of Abbots Court, Hoo, 
Kent, in 1898. Died Dec. 12, 1933, aged 75, at Hastings. 
{Vain, II. 425; The Times, Dec. 14, 1933.) 

ADAMS, SAMUEL THOMAS. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1890, 
from Cavendish H. S. of Samuel, Esq., deceased, of 
Nottingham. B. there Nov. 18, 1870. School, New College, 
Eastbourne. Adm. at Peterhouse, Jan. 19, 1891. 

ADAMS, SAMUEL TRERICE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Michs. 1898; at Trinity College, Dublin, 1891. S. of Peter 
Hammill, of Helston, Cornwall. B. there. School, Cardiff 
Grammar; afterwards at Durham University. Matric. 
Michs. 1898; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon, 1891; 
priest (Ripon) 1893; C. of Wortley, Yorks., 1891-4. C. of 
Richmond, 1894-6. V. there, 1896-7. V. of Hudswell, 
1897-8. R. of Colon, Cambs., 1898-1913. Chaplain of 
Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, 1913-14. V. of St 
Sepulchre's, Cambridge, 1913-36. Member of Magdalene 
College, 1916-17. Select Preacher, 1919. Rural Dean of 
Cambridge, 1917-36. Hon. Canon of Ely, 1921-36. Alderman 
of the Cambs. Coimty Council, 1911-19. A member of the 
Cambridge Borough Council, 1925-9. Married and had issue. 
Died Dec. 31, 1936, aged 78. Brother of Bishop T. (1900). 
{Crockford; The Times, Jan. i, 1937.) 

ADAMS, SIMON. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, July 7, 1767. 
S. of Robert, gent., of Ubbeston, Suffolk. B. there. School, 
Bungay (Mr Cutting). Matric. Michs. 1767; Scholar, 1767- 
74; B.A. 1771; M.A. 1774. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 21, 
1771; priest (Norwich) Dec. 19, 1773. C. of Cratfield-cum- 
Laxfield, Suffolk, 1771. R. of Frenze, Norfolk, 1774-89. V. 
of Ubbeston, Suffolk, 1774-99. R. of Bedfield, 1789-99. 
Died June 8, 1799. Buried at Ubbeston. M.I. {Venn, 11. 85.) 

ADAMS, THOMAS. M.A. from Pembroke, 1763. Matric. 
(Exeter College, Oxford) Apr. 7, 1742, age 18; s. of John, 
clerk, of Black Auton, Devon. B.A. (Oxford) 1745-6. R. of 
AUington-East, Devon, 1763-80. Of Black Auton, Devon 
Died Nov, 8, 1794, aged 71. {Al. Oxon.; Musgrave, Obit.) • 



Adams, Thomas 

ADAMS, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 8, 1869. S. of 
Thomas [Wesleyan Minister to the Friendly Islands]. B. 
Sept. 14, 1847, at Paramatta, New South Wales. Bapt. 
Oct. 14, 1847. Schools, Taunton, Wesleyan Collegiate Insti- 
tution (now Queen's College) and University College, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. (i9<A Wranglir) 1873; M.A. 1876. 
Ord. deacon (York) July 25, 1874; priest, 1875. Assistant 
Master at the Royal Grammar School, Lancaster, 1873-4; 
at St Peter's School, York, 1874-83. Chaplain to the School. 
C. of St Michael-le-Belfry, York, 1874-83. Head Master of 
Gateshead High School, 1883-5. Principal of the University 
of Bishop's College, Lennoxville, Canada, 1885-1900. R. of 
Bishop's College School, 1885-91. Hon. D.C.L. (Lennoxville) 
1886. Hon. Canon of Quebec Cathedral, 1897-9. Worked 
strenuously to obtain funds for the rebuilding of the 
University and School buildings at Lennoxville, partially 
destroyed by fire; returned to England broken in health, 
1899. .Sett.ed at Paignton, Devon. C. of CoUaton, 1901. 
Married and had issue. Died Dec. 25, 1902, aged 55, at 
Almeley Vicarage, Herefordshire. Buried there. [Eagle, xxju; 
R. F. Scott.) 

ADAMS, THOMAS BURROWES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Dec. 9, 1824. S. of Thomas, Esq.,ofAldridge, Staffs. School, 
Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829. Brother of 
Richard B. (1827). 

ADAMS, THOMAS MAXWELL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Dec. 7, 
1789. S. and h. of Thomas Maxwell, Esq., lawyer, of Christ 
Church, Barbados. B. May 17, 1771, at James Street, West- 
minster. School, Harrow. Migrated to Trinity Hall, Feb. 21, 
1792. Did not matriculate. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

ADAMS, WALTER SCOTT. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 189C. 
B. Jan. 27, 1877. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1919. 
Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1900; priest (Truro) 1902. C. of 
Haughton, 1900-1. C. of Calstock, 1901-6. Chaplain to the 
Leper Asylum at Emjanyana, Cape Colony, 1906-9; C. of 
Christ Church, Glasgow, 1910-11. C. of Daresbury, 1911-15. 
Served in the R.A.M.C., 1915-16. Chaplain to the Forces, 
1916-19. R. of Gorton, Manchester, 1920-32. V. of Corton, 
Norfolk, 1932-8-. {Crockford, 1938.) 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 8, 1768. 
Of Kent. Matric. Michs. 1768; Scholar, 1769; B.A. 1772; 
M.A. 1775. Ord. deacon (Norwich, Liti. dim. from Canter- 
bury) May 1, 1773; priest, 1778; C. of Gt Hardres with Stel- 
ling, Kent, 1773. C. of St Peter's and Holy Cross, Westgate, 
1778. [To be distinguished from a contemporary namesake 
of Pembroke College, Oxford, D.D., R. of Abington Pigotts, 
Cambs., 1808, and wrongly assigned to Pembroke College, 
Cambridge, in the Historv of Northumberland, 11. 299.] 
{Norwich Ord. Bk.) 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity Hall, 
Dec. 30, 1787. 5th s. of Patience Thomas [Filazer (or Filacer), 
of the Court of King's Bench], of 39, Hatton Gardens, 
London. B. Jan. 13, 1772. School, Tonbridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1788; Scholar, 1788; LL.B. 1794; LL.D. 1799. 
Fellow, 1 799-1 803. Advocate of Doctors' Commons, 1799- 
1825. Served on the Commission regulating the practice of 
Vice-Admiralty Courts abroad, 181 1. Assisted in negotiating 
a treaty with the United States, after the capture of Washing- 
ton, 1814; entrusted with 'the sole preparations of des- 
patches' relating to Maritime Law. One of the three pleni- 
potentiaries to conclude a Convention of Commerce between 
Great Britain and the United States, 1815. Laborious work, 
connected with the preparation of the case against Queen 
Caroline, undermined his health; resigned his profession, 
1825. Of Dummer Grange, Hants., and of Thorpe, Chertsey, 
Surrey. Married (1) Sarah, dau. of Thomas Scott, R. of 
King's Stanley, Gloucs., Aug. 31, 1803; (2) Mary Anne, dau. 
of the Hon. William Cockayne, of Rushton Hall, Northants., 
Apr. 6, 1811. Won a high reputation for business capacity 
and mastery of legal details [see l\le}noir, G. Mag., 1851, 11. 
197). Died June 11, 1851. Buried at Thorpe. {Misc. Gen. et 
Her., 3rd S., I. 107; D.N.B.) 

ADAMS, WILLIAM. Adm pens, at Queens', Oct. 9, 1824. Of 
Leics. Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1832. Adm. at 
Oxford {Com. causa) Dec. 3, 1863. Ord. deacon, 1829; priest 
(Peterb.) 1831; C. of Newton Bromswold, Northants. R. of 
Throcking, Herts., 1841-79. Disappears from Crockford, 
1880. (Al. Oxon.) 

ADAMS, WILLIAM GRYLLS. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 5, 
1855. S. of Thomas [and Tabitha Knill Grylls], of Budhar- 
lick, Cornwall. B. Feb. 16, 1836, at Laneast, Cornwall. 
School, Birkenhead (Rev. R. Wall). Matric. Michs. 1855; 
Scholar, 1856; B.A. (12/A Wrangler) 1859; M.A. 1862; Sc.D. 
1889. Fellow, 1865-9. Examiner in the Natural Science 
Tripos, 1875-8, 1888-9. Assistant Master at Marlborough 
College, 1860-3; at Highgate School, Middlesex, 1864-5. 
Professor of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy at King's 
College, London, 1865-1905. F.G.S., 1865. F.R.S., 1872. 
F.C.P.S. Took an active part in the foundation of the 



Adamson, Henry Thomas 

Physical Society of London; President, 1878-80. President 
of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 1884. Of Heath- 
field, Broadstone, Dorset, 1905-15. Edited two volumes of 
his brother's Scientific Papers. A member of the Alpine 
Club. Contributed numerous papers to various scientific 
journals. Died Apr. 10, 1915, at Broadstone. Brother of 
John C. (1839) and father of the next. (G. B. Routledge; 
Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

ADAMS, WILLIAM GRYLLS. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 17, 1892. 
[S. of WiUiam Grylls (above). B. Oct. 13, 1873. School, St 
Paul's.] Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1899. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1895. Called to the Bar, 1898; 
disbarred at his own request, Jan. 19, 1904. (R. L. Lloyd.) 

ADAMS, WILLIAM JOSHUA. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 26, 
1856. S. of David, secretary to the Chester City Mission. 
B. Sept. 3, 1834, at Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. 
i860. D.C.L. (Pennsylvania) 1870. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 
1859; priest, i860; C. of Dolphinholme, Lanes., 1859-60; 
v., 1860-7. P.C. of St Paul's, Kilburn, London, 1879-86. 
Secretary of the Jews' Society, 1S70-83. R. of AH Saints', 
Dorchester, 1886-93. Chaplain of Neuilly, Paris, 1895-1904. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1905. (Venn, 11. 331; Hennessy.) 

ADAMS -CONNOR, GEORGE HARRY, see CONNOR. 

ADAMSON, AGAR STUART ALLAN [MASTERTON]. Adm. 
pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 1886. B. Dec. 25, 1865, in 
the East. Schools, St Lawrence College, Ramsgate and 
Trinity College, Porthope. Matric. Michs. 1886. Migrated to 
Downing, Oct. 3, 1887 [Agar Stewart]. Served in the Great 
War (joined Princess Patricia's Light Infantry; the first 
Canadian unit to take the field; Capt., 1914; present at the 
second battle of Ypres; in temporary command of the 
battalion at Bellewaerde Ridge; wounded but continued to 
direct operations; D.S.O.; Lieut. -Col.; through the battles of 
Vimy Ridge and Passchendaele, until 19 18; twice mentioned 
m despatches). Summary Court Officer at Bonn; returned to 
Canada, 1919. Died Nov. 21, 1929, in a London nursing 
home. (The Times, Nov. 25, 1929; St Lawrence Coll. Reg.) 

ADAMSON, CHARLES WARREN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1887. S. of WiUiam Rushton [of Gt Sanders and 
Rushton Park, Sussex, J. P., D.L.; died 1898]. B. at Mount- 
field, Sussex. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1887. Living at 
Glenora, 'late of Klondyke,' in 1890. {Eton Sch. Lists.) 

ADAMSON, CUTHBERT EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1867. S. and h. of Edward Hussey, clerk [V. of 
Windy Nook]. B. at St Alban's, Heworth, Durham. Bapt. 
July 25, 1848. School, Durham. Matric. Michs. 1867; 
B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874. Ord. deacon, 1872; priest (Oxford) 
1873; C. of Shirbum, Oxford, 1873-4. Sometime Assistant 
Master at Abingdon Grammar School; afterwards at Epsom 
College, 1874-5. C. of St Hilda's, South Shields, 1876-8. V. of 
South Westoe, Durham, 1878-1910. A member of the old 
School Board at South Shields and subsequently of the Borough 
Education Committee. R. of Houghton-le-Spring, 1910-20; 
retired; removed to Sunderland. A keen antiquary. Vice- 
President of the Newcastle Antiquarian Society. Married 
and had issue. Author, Houghton-le-Spring Church, etc. Died 
May 3, 1922, aged 73. Brother of Edward M. J. (1874). 
(H. M. Wood, Collections.) 

ADAMSON, DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 25, 
1876. Matric. Michs. 1876; Scholar, 1879; B.A. 1880; M.-A. 
1883. Ord. deacon, 1880; priest (Worcester) 1881. C. of St 
John's, Ladywood, Birmingham, 1880-3. Held other 
curacies, 1883-7. P.C. of St Benedict's, Liverpool, 1887-8. 
P.C. of Winshill, Derbs., 1888-94. R- of Norbury, 1894- 
1904. R. of Hadleigh, Essex, 1904-23. Resided latterly at 
Heathfield, Sussex. Died there Sept. 13, 1924, aged 68. 
(Scott, MSS.) 

ADAMSON, EDWARD MATTHEW JOHN. Adm. sizar at St 
John's, Oct. 10, 1874. S. of Edward Hussey, P.C. of St 
Alban's, Heworth, Durham. [B. there. Bapt. Mar. 25, 1856.] 
School, Durham. Exhibitioner. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 
1878; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon, 1879; priest (Winchester) 
1880. Assistant Master at Surrey County School, Cranleigh, 
1878-92. Head Master of the Boys' High School, Sunder- 
land, 1893-1903. V. of Beadnell, Northumberland, 1904-17; 
retired. Died Dec. 24, 1927, aged 71, at Shotley Bridge'. 
Buried there. Brother of Cuthbert E. (1867). (H. M. Wood.) 

ADAMSON, HENRY ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 5, 
1889. S. of Frank, of Mead House, Ealing, Middlesex, b! 
Jan. 21, 1871, at Ealing. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 
Michs. 1889; Scholar, 1890; B..\. {6lh Wrangler) 1892; M.A. 
1896. Assistant Master at Sherborne School, 1901-8. School- 
master; of Longfield, Falmouth. (Sherborne Sch. Reg.) 

ADAMSON, HENRY THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct 
25, 1854. S. of Henry David Erskine. B. at St Marylebone 
London. Bapt. Oct. 30, i8i6. Matric. Lent, 1863; B.D. 
(Stat. EHz.) 1865. Ord. deacon, 1854; priest (Sodor and Man) 
1855; C. of St Barnabas, Douglas, Isle of Man, 1854-6. 
Held other curacies, 1856-69. V. of Benthall, Salop, 1871-7. 



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Adamson, James Bardell 

Chaplain at Turin, 1877-8, at Nervi, 1880-2. Author, 
religious [at the time of his death was on his way to England 
to publish his last work, The Millennium; or the Mystery of 
God Finished]. Died May 29, 1882, aged 65, at Lyons. 
Probably father of Joseph (1872). [Boose; The Guardian, 
June 7, 1882.) 

ADAMSON, JAMES BARDELL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 24, 1862. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1870. 
Ord. deacon, 1867; priest (Bath and Wells) 1868; C. of St 
James's, Taunton, 1S67-8. Held other curacies, 1868-78. 
P.C. of St Thomas's, Halliwell, Lanes., 1878-9. V. of Foles- 
hill, Warws., 1879-88. V. of Burleydam, Cheshire, 188S- 
1922. Resided latterly at 4, Claremont Buildings, Shrews- 
bury. Died Aug. 23, 1922, aged 79, at Shrewsbury. (Scott, 
MSS.; Crockford.) 

ADAMSON, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 8, 1872. 
S.of Henry Thomas (? 1854), gent, [and Catherine Elizabeth]. 
B. at St John's Wood, London. Bapt. Nov. i, 1852. School, 
Streatham (Mr R. Lewis, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1872; B..\. 
1876; M.A. 1879. Ord. deacon, 1875; priest (Manchester) 
1877; C. of Habergham Eaves, Lanes., 1875-7. Held other 
curacies, 1877-89. V. of Colston Bassett, Notts., 1889-97. 
V. of St Luke Woodside, Croydon, 1897-1905. V. of Ex- 
minster, Devon, 1905-24. Died June 23, 1924, aged 71, at 
Exminster. (Scott, MSS.) 

ADAMSON, ROBERT JOHN SETON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1890. Of Middlesex. S. of William, clerk, of 
The Vicarage, Old Ford, London, E. Schools, Christ's 
Hospital and Trent College. Matric. Michs. 1890. Ord. 
deacon, 1896; priest (Huron) 1897; V. of Brookholm with 
Sarawak, Canada, 1896-7. V. of Southampton, 1897-1902. 
V. of Delaware, 1902-8. V. of Shelbume with Primrose, 
1908-14. R. of Paris, Ontario, 1914-29. Rural Dean of Brant, 
1916-23. R. of Waterloo, Ontario, 1929-36-. Canonof St Pauls' 
Cathedral, London, Ontario, 1936-8-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ADAMSON, TRAVERS PATRICK MUIRHEAD. Matric. pens, 
from Queens', Michs. 1884. [S. and h. of Travers, barrister, 
of Heidelberg, Melbourne, Australia.] B.A. 1888. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Jan. 14, 1885; no call. Died Mar. 31, 1905. 
(R. L. Lloyd.) 

ADAMTHWAITE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 15, 
1777. School, Sedbergh. Did not reside; name off Oct. 2, 
1777. The parish register of Sedbergh records the baptism of 
John, s. of Thomas and Ann Adamthwaite, Sept. 21, 1746. 
If this is the man he would be over 30 years old at the time 
of admission and may have been a 'Ten-year' man. A John 
Adamthwaite, Usher of the Grammar School at Northampton 
and C. of Abington in 1809, received the hon. degree of D.D. 
from Marischal College, Aberdeen, Sept. 21, 1809: 'recom- 
mended by the Bishop of Peterborough and others for a 
degree of LL.D. or D.D.' Probably ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
June 28, 1807; as literate. C. of St Peter's, Northampton, 
1809-10. To be distinguished from John Adamthwaite, D.D. 
(Oxon.) 1784. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; Al. Oxon.) 

ADCOCK, ALFRED. Adm. sizar at Cl.\re, ?) Mar. 1832. 
Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. (z^th Wrangler) 1836; M.A. 1839. 
V. of Marske, Yorks., 1838-40. Died May 17, 1840, aged 26. 
(G. Mag., 1840, n. 104, where he is wrongly called Alcock.) 

ADCOCK, EDWIN. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1859; from 
Hum. H. B.A. from Sidney, 1863. (No record of admission 
in the Coll. Reg.) 

ADCOCK, FREDERIC POLAND. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 29) at 
Jesus, July 29, 1862. 3rd s. of Stephen. B. at Cambridge. 
School, Perse, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1862; LL.B. 1866; 
LL.M. 1869. Solicitor; in practice at Cambridge. (Foster, 
Coll. Gen., 11. 32.) 

AD'COCK (post HALFORD-ADCOCK), HALFORD HENRY. 
Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 19, 1835. [S. of H., Esq., 
of Leicester. School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1835 (Alford, 
(sic) H.); B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842; incorp. at Oxford, 1850. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln! 1839; priest (Peterb.) 1840; C. of 
Evington. C. of Humberstone, Leics., 1841-51; V., 1856-61. 
Living at Brighton in 1876; afterwards of 23, Earl's Court 
Square, London. Married Charlotte Lucy, dau. of Bradford 
Wilmer, M.A., atBadby, Northants., Feb. 21, 1843. Assumed 
the additional surname of Halford before that of Adcock, 
May 24, 1881. Died Feb. 19, 1901, aged 83. Father of the 
next. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.) 

ADCOCK, HERBERT HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, 
Oct. 10, 1865. S. of Halford Henry (above), clerk, of Tun- 
bridge Wells, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1865. Went to Australia 
to farm. Died as the result of an accident a few years later. 
(Peile, II. 592.) 

ADCOCK, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, Apr. 1, 1818. 
Of Cambs. School, Shrewsbury [one James Adcock, s. of 
Joseph, of St Mary Axe, London, was at Merchant Taylors' 
School, 1804-11]. Matric. Michs. i8i8; B.A. 1822; M.A. 
1825. Ord. deacon, 1824; priest, 1826. Assistant Master at 
Homcastle School, Lines., 1824; Head Master, 1828-34. V. 



Addis, John 

of Skillington, 1834-50. R. of Greetham, 1850-63. Con- 
tributor to HalliweWs Dictionary of Archaic and Obsolete 
Words. Died May 11, 1863. Father of James (next). (T. A. 
Walker, 402 ; Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.) 

ADCOCK, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 30, 1849. S. of 
James (above), V. of Skillington, Lines. B. Aug. 9, 1829, at 
Lincoln. Matric. Michs. 1849. 

ADCOCK, JOSEPH MOULD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Oct. I, 1895. S. of WUliam. B. Mar. 10, 1864, at Tamworth, 
Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1903. Ord. 
deacon, 1890; priest, 1892. P.C. of St Peter's, Clifton, 1890- 
2. Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Nelson, New 
Zealand. C. of Brightwater, 1892-4. C. of Motueka, 1894- 
5. Returned to England. C. of St Barnabas, Cambridge, 
1895-8. C. of Aston -juxta-Birmingham, 1898-9. Went back 
to New Zealand. C. of Tiinaru, 1899-1902. V. of Temuka 
with Winchester, 1902-10. C. of Christchurch, Heme Bay, 
Kent, 1910-11. R. of Willesborough, near Ashford, 1911-14. 
Died Jan. 24, 1914, aged 49, at Willesborough. (Crockford; 
R. F. Scott.) 

ADDAMS, FRANCIS HOLLAND. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Mar. 5, 1846. S. of John Timewell, of Cheltenham, Gloucs. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 
1853. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1851; priest, 1852; C. of 
Abbot's Moreton, Worcs., 185 1-2. Held other curacies, 
1852-7. P.C. of St Peter's, Netting Hill, London, 1857-62. 
retired. Author, A Manual of Problem Solving in Arithmetic; 
Sermons. Became insane; died by his own hand, Jan. 3, 
1890, at Torghallan, Babbicombe, Devon. (Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; Hennessy; Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

ADDAMS-WILLIAMS, see WILLIAMS, ALBERT. 

ADDENBROOKE, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 7, 
1773. [S. of Benjamin (1741), R- of Folksworth, Hunts., 
1751-81.] B. there. 

ADDENBROOKE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 9, 
1885. S. of John. B. Mar. 27, 1865, at Walsall, Staffs. 
School, Wolverhampton Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. 1888; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1888; priest (Lichfield) 
1890; C. of Dawley Magna, Salop, 1888-91. C. of St George's, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham, 1891-8. Curate-in-chairge of The 
Meir, Longton and CaverswaU, Staffs., 1898-1903. V. of St 
Chad's, Smethwick, 1903-6. V. of Fairlie, New Zealand, 
1906-8. V. of Okato, Taranaki, 1908-21. C. of N. Wairoa, 
Auckland, 1921. V. of Warkworth, 1922-7; retired. Of 
Auckland, N.Z.,in 1931; not in Crockford, 1932. Brother of 
John G. (next). (Peile, 11. 721.) 

ADDENBROOKE, JOHN GORDON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July 5, 1876. S. of John. [John, s. of Edward Addenbrooke, 
of The Lea and Kingswinford, Staffs., married Elizabeth, 
dau. of the Rev. W. Gordon, of West Bromwich, in 1847; 
occurs in Burke, L.G., 1936, but issue not given.] B. Dec. 20, 
1849, at Walsall, Staffs. School, Walsall. Matric. Michs. 
1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon, 1879; priest 
(Lichfield) 1880; C. of Holy Trinity, Chesterfield, Derby- 
shire, 1879-80. C. of Burton-on-Trent, 1880-2. V. of St 
Luke's, Wolverhampton, Staffs., 1883-9. V. of CaverswaU, 
1889-1902. Rural Dean of Cheadle, 1901-2. V. of Tutbury, 
1902-8. V. of St Wenn, Cornwall, 1908-15. C. of Tiverton- 
on-Avon, Bath, 1918-22. Died July 3, 1922, aged 72, at his 
home, 80, Bloomfield Avenue, Bath. Brother of Charles 
(above). (Peile, 11. 650; Scott, MSS.) 

ADDERLEY, GEORGE WILLIAM BOWYER. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at St John's, Feb. 11, 1806. 4th s. of Ralph, of 
Coton, Staffs. B. Jan. g, 1787, at Hanbury. School, Upping- 
ham. Migrated to Caius, Mar. 26, 1806. Matric. Michs. 
1806; Scholar, 1806-9. Ord. deacon (York) Dec. 20, 1812; 
priest, Aug. 1, 1813. R. of Wyfordby, Leics., 1815-21. 
Married Caroline, dau. of John Taylor, of Moseley Hall, 
Worcs., Dec. 11, 1823. Of Fillongley Hall, Warws. Died 
there Aug. 4, 1872. (Venn, 11. 146.) 

ADDERLEY, MYLLES BAGNALL BOWYER. Adm. peas. 

(age 20) at Trinity, Dec. 12, 1853. 3rd s. of Ralph, of 

Barlaston Hall, Staffs. B. there June 6, 1835. School, 

Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1854. In the Army (Royal Horse 

Guards; Lieut., 1857; retired). (Burke, L.G., ed. 1937, and 

P. and B., sub Norton.) 
ADDERTON, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 

Feb. 20, 1756. S. of Hill, Esq., of Salop. B. at Preston. 

Schools, Manchester (Mr Clayton) and Wem (Mr Prythyrch). 

Matric. Easter, 1756. 
ADDIS, ALFRED. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, June 25, 

1823. S. of Timothy. B. in London. School, Chelsea (Mr 

Lambert). Matric. Mic'us. 1823; B.A. 1827. 
ADDIS, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Trinity, Dec. 27, 1852. 

S. of John. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; 

M.A. i860. Of Rustington, Sussex, Esq. Died Apr. 20, 1876, 

aged 44. (The Guardian, Apr. 26, 1876.) 



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Addison, Berkeley 

ADDISON, BERKELEY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, May 5, 
1835. S. of Joseph (1815), clerk, of Shifnal, Salop, and of 
Rodwell, We)'mouth ['an orphan son of the late Rev. Joseph 
Addison,' Tutor's Book]. Matric. Michs. 1835; Prizeman; 
B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon, 1830; priest (Chichester) 
1840. C. of Brighton, 1S40. Sometime Domestic Chaplain to 
the Eari of Caithness. R. of Collyhurst, Manchester, 1855-61. 
C. of Jesmond, Northumberiand, 1861-82. Proctor in Con- 
vocation, 1874. Hon. Canon of Durham, 1877-82. Chairman 
of Newcastle School Board. Married Eliza, dau. of J. Pollitt, 
Esq., July 21, 1838 (then described as 2nd s. of the Rev. 
Joseph Addison, of Wejnnouth). Author, The Ark of Israel; 
Rod of Moses; Manchester Lectures. Died Jan. 13, 1882, aged 
67, at Jesmond Vicarage. {T. A. Walker, 451; Foster, Coll. 
Gen., II.) 

ADDISON, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 27, 1851. 
S. of John William, gent., of Relly Mill, Durham. B. at 
Durham [Chapelry of St Margaret]. Bapt. June 22, 1825. 
Matric. Michs. 1851; Scholar, 1855; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1881. 
Opened a private school at Windermere; removed to Char- 
lotte Terrace, South Shields. Died Mar. 5, 1901, aged 75, at 
South Shields. {Eagle, xxiii.) 

ADDISON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Pembroke, June 10, 1767. 
2nd s. of Leonard (1716), clerk, D.D. [B. Sept. 18, 1748. at 
Saxthorpe, Norfolk.] Matric. Michs. 1767; B.A. 1771. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Feb. 24, 1771; priest, June 12, 1774; C. of 
Saxthorpe, Norfolk, 1771- R- ol East Harling, 177^7- 
Brother of Leonard (1766) and perhaps father of Edward 
(next). 

ADDISON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Aug. 23, 
1792. Of Norfolk. [Perhaps s. of Edward (above), clerk.] 
Matric. Michs. 1793; Scholar; B.A. 1797; M.A. 1800; B.D. 
1807. Fellow, 1798-1824. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 31, 
1797; priest, Sept. 22, 1799. P.C. of St Benedict's, Cambridge, 
1816-21. R. of Landbeach, Cambs., 1821-43. Died there 
May 27, 1843. (G. Mag., 1843, 11. 215.) 

ADDISON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 12, 1784. 
S. of William Thomas, R. of Workington, Cumberland. 
School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1784; Scholar; B.A. 1788; 
M.A. 1791. Ord. deacon (Chester) Sept. 21, 1788; priest, 
Sept. 19, 1790; C. of Workington, Cumberland, 1788. R. of 
Gt Brickhill, Bucks., 1793-1803. Died Sept. 28, 1803. {St 
John's Coll. Adm., iv. 102.) 

ADDISON, GEORGE AUGUSTUS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at 
Trinity, June 4, 1834. S. of James. B. in London. Matric. 
Michs. 1834; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1847. Ord. deacon (Canter- 
bury) 1839; priest (Newfoundland) 1840. Examining chap- 
lain to Bishop Spencer (afterwards Bishop of Jamaica); 
in charge of Harbour Grace, Newfoundland. R. of Mande- 
ville, Manchester, Jamaica, and Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Jamaica, Feb. 1844. Married (i) Miss Sweeting, of Bumham, 
Essex; (2) Anna, dau. of Charles Farquharson, Esq., Feb. 4, 
1851, at Clarendon, Jamaica. Died Jan. 1864, on a voyage to 
England. M.I. in Mandeville church. {Cant. Act Bk.; G. S. 
.■\ddison.) 

ADDISON, HAROLD LACY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 17, 
1890. S. of Joseph, of 21, Avenue Road, Regent's Park, 
London. B. Mar. 12, 1872, in London. Matric. Michs. 1890; 
(Law Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1892). Did not graduate. Of 
Linklaters and Paines, Walbrook. Died July 30, 1933, aged 
61, at Barham Lodge, Weybridge. {The Times, July 31, 
1933) 

ADDISON, HARRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 1899. S. 
of Friend, gent., of Herwiri, New Guelderland. B. Oct. 17, 
i88i, at Addington, Umvoti, Natal. School, Hilton College, 
Natal (Mr H. V. Ellis). Matric. Michs. 1899. 

ADDISON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 10, 
1772, from Trinity College, Dublin. S. of Nicholas, of Preston, 
Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1772. [Adm. at Trinity College, 
Dublin, Nov. 1, 1770, age 16, as s. of Nicholas. B. at Limer- 
ick.] One of these names (s. of Richard {sic), of Preston, 
Lanes.; B. there Mar. 2, 1755), Barrister-at-law; D.L. for 
Lanes.; died Oct. 17, 1837. {Al. Dubl.; Manchester Sch. 
Reg.; Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

ADDISON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 31, 
1799. S. of Eldred, of Calcutta, India. School, Hawkshead, 
Lanes. (Mr Bowman). Matric. Michs. 1799; Scholar, 1800; 
LL.B. 1805. Ord. deacon (London, Litt. dim. from Exeter) 
Mar. 10, 1809; priest. Mar. 18, 1810. R. of Ickenham, 
Middlesex, 1815-59; Rural Dean. Died Feb. 18, 1859. 
{Hennessy; G. Mag., 1859, i. 437.) 

ADDISON, JOHN ASPINALL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 25, 
1831. S. of Richard, Esq., of Liverjxx)!. Matric. Michs. 1831; 
B..\. 1835; M.A. 1843; Com. causa (Oxford) 1865. Ord. 
deacon, 1838; priest (Chester) 1839; P.C. of Middleton, 
Westmorland, 1838-40. P.C. of Barbon Chapelry, 1840-1. V. 
of Barton, 1840. V. of Mitton, Yorks., 1841-9. Minister of 
St Mary's, Windermere, 1849-55. P.C. of Churchdown, 
Gloucs., 1852. C. of Plympton and Brixton, Devon, 1856-9. 



Addison, William Bragg 

C. of Hound, Hants., 1860-2; V., 1862-74. V. of Cowlam, 
Yorks., 1874-83. Married Mary, dau. of Leonard Wilkinson, 
Esq., of Slaidbum, at Clitheroe, Lanes., Dec. 10, 1840. Died 
Sept. 10, 1883. Perhapsfatherof Leonard (1858). (Whellan, 
Cumberland and Westmorland; Al. Oxon.) 

ADDISON, JOHN CRAMER. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 13, 
1850. S. of Robert, music-seller, of Regent Street, London. 

B. Nov. 3, 1826, at St George's, Hanover Square. Matric. 
Michs. 1850; B.A. 1854. Ord. deacon, 1854; priest (Lichfield) 
1855; C. of Willenhall, Staffs., 1854-5. V. of Wotton-under- 
Wood, Bucks., 1856-71. V. of Ashenden with Dorton, 1871- 
1907. Disappears from Crockford, 1908. Married EUen Prior, 
dau. of R. B. Harraden, Esq., of Cambridge, Oct. 17, 1854. 
(R. F. Scott; Crockford.) 

ADDISON, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Peterhouse, 
Feb. 10, 1815; a 'Ten-year' man; in Holy Orders. Probably 

C. of Wyke Regis, Weymouth, and of Rodwell, Dorset. 
Married Mary Anne, dau. of the Rev. John Dupre, D.D., of 
Weymouth, Jan. 7, 1813; being then described as of Shifnal, 
Salop (G. Mag., 1813). Died Dec. 3, 1832, aged 45 {sic), at 
Rodwell. M.I. at Wyke Regis; 'in his 48th year.' To be 
distinguished from a contemporary namesake, 'M.A.,' of 
Lincoln College, Oxford, and a Bencher of the Inner Temple, 
who died Apr. 10, 1858, and with whom he is apparently 
confused in the G. Mag., 1832, 11. Father of Berkeley (1835). 
{T. A . Walker; Hutchins, 11. 852 ; Foster, Coll. Gen., Marriages.) 

ADDISON, JOSEPH FOUNTAINE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Magdalene, May 22, 1848. S. of William Fountaine, clerk, 
of 8, Beaufort Buildings, Bath [R. of Middleton St George, 
Durham]. B. Dec. 8, 1829. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1848. Lived in Italy for many years. Died unmarried 
Jan. 23, 1884. {Record of Old Westminsters.) 

ADDISON, LEONARD. Adm. sizar at Pembroke, July 2, 1766. 
S. and h. of Leonard (1716) clerk, D.D. B. at Saxthorpe, 
Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1766; B.A. 1770. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Mar. 11, 1770. C. (to his father) at Cawston and 
Salle, Norfolk, 1770. C. of Haverland, i773- R- of Booton 
(or Boton) 1774-96. V. of Dilham with Honing, 1776-96. 
R. of East Harling, 1777-89. Died July 4, 1796, aged 48. 
Brother of Edward (1767). (G. Mag., 1796, 11. 620.) 

ADDISON, LEONARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, July 5, 
1858. Of Lanes. [Perhaps s. of John Aspinall (1831), clerk.] 
Matric. Michs. 1858; Scholar, 1859; B.A. 1862. Ord. deacon, 
1863; priest (Worcester) 1864; C. of St Paul's, Warwick, 
1863-5. Lecturer at New Milverton, near Leamington, 
Warws., 1865-8. V. of St Luke's, Leicester, 1868-76. Chap- 
lain of the Leicester Infirmary, 1870-6. Rural Dean of 
Weldon, 1876-7. V. of Gretton, Northants., 1876-1913. 
Died Feb. 6, 1915, aged 74, at 2, Deauville Mansions, Clapham 
Park, London, S.W. Father of the next. (R. F. Scott; The 
Guardian, Feb. 11, 1915.) 

ADDISON, LEONARD PERCY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 6, 1886. Of Warws. S. of Leonard (above), clerk. B. 
June 29, 1868, at Warwick. School, Tonbridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1886; Scholar, 1888; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Assistant 
Master at Pinewood School, Famborough, Kent, 1890-3; 
al Tonbridge School, 1894. Died Nov. i, 1918. (Tonbridge 
Sch. Reg.) 

ADDISON, NORMAN HAYTON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 4, 1900. [S. of J. J., Esq., deceased, of Kendal, West- 
morland. B. Mar. 13, 1881. School, Sedbergh.] Matric. 
Michs. 1900. Joined the Royal Welsh FusiUers (Lieut., 1905; 
resigned, 1907). Went in for ostrich farming. Of The 
Meadows, Schaombie, Cape Colony, in 1908. Served in the 
Great War (Lieut., Royal Fusiliers). {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; 
Univ. War List.) 

ADDISON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 22) at Trinity, June 17, 
1777. S. of John, of Heversham, Westmorland. School, 
Heversham (Mr Wilson). Matric. Michs. 1777; Scholar, 1780; 
B..^. 1781; M.A. 1785. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 11, 1781; 
C. of Upwell, 1781. Went to Canada as a missionary (S.P.G.), 
1791. Settled at Niagara, Upper Canada. R. of St Mark's 
Church, Niagara, 1792-1829. Died Oct. 1829, at Niagara. 
{Dictionary of Canadian Biography.) 

ADDISON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Apr. 17, 
1817. Of Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1817; B..^. 1821. Ord. 
deacon, 1824; priest (Chester) 1825. V. of Rillington, Yorks., 
1838-65. P.C. of Scampston, 1842-65. V. of Wintringham, 
1846-65. 

ADDISON, WILLIAM BRAGG. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1882. 
S. of W., deceased. B. Oct. i, 1863, at Oulton, near Wigton, 
Cumberland. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885; M.B. and B.C. 1894. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London; House Surgeon and Clinical Assistant. 
M.R.C.S., 1891. L.R.C.P., 1891. In practice at Thornton 
Heath, Surrey, 1898. Late Medical Officer of Health, Isles of 
Scilly. Of St Mary's, Isles of Scilly, in 1938. {Venn, 11. 455 ; 
Medical Directory, 1938.) 



H 



Addison, William Henry 

ADDISON, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 13, 1879. Of Herts. B. Apr. 2, 1861. Matric. Michs. 
1879; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon (Ripon, for 
Peterb.) 1884; priest (Manchester) 1889; C. of Gt Wigston, 
Leics., 1884-6. Held various curacies for short periods, 
1886-1925. Of Charterhouse, London, E.C. i, in 1938. 
{Crockford.) 

ADEANE, HENRY JOHN. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, May 5, 1806. 
[S. of Robert Jones, Esq., of Babraham, Cambs. B. there 
June 18, 1789.] Matric. Michs. 1807; B.A. (i^h Wrangler) 
i8ii; M.A. 1814. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 7, i8io. 
Migrated to the Inner Temple, May 10, 1813. Called to the 
Bar, 1814. Of Babraham, Cambs. J. P., D.L. Chairman of 
Cambs. Quarter Sessions. M.P. for Cambs., 1830-2. Married 
(i) Catherine Judith, dau. of John King, Esq., of Aldenham 
House, Herts., Oct. 24, 1822; (2) the Hon. Matilda Abigail 
Stanley, dau. of Lord Stanley, of Alderley, Cheshire, Oct. 6, 
1828. Died May 11, 1847, aged 57, at Babraham. Father of 
Robert J. (1849). (Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1847, n. 209.) 

A'DEANE, JOHN ROBERT BAYLY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 1, 1883. S. and h. of John, gent., of London. 

B. Mar. 21, 1865, at Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. Farmed in 
New Zealand. Died Mar. 14, 1924. {Haileybury Sch. Reg.) 

ADEANE, ROBERT JONES. .Vdm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. 23, 1849. S. of Henry John (1806). B. Sept. 9, 1830. 
[School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1852. Of Babra- 
ham, Cambs. Died unmarried Dec. 7, 1853, aged 23. {Eton 
Sch. Lists; G. Mag.) 

ADENEY, FREDERICK FIELD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 14, 1884. S. of Edward, tailor. B. Aug. 31, 1864, at 
Chelsea, Middlesex. School, St Mark's College, Chelsea. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. Ord. deacon, 1887; priest 
(Ely) 1888; C. of St Andrew-the-Less, Cambridge, 1887-9- 

C. of St John's, Paddington, London, 1889-91. Principal of 
the Church Missionary Society's Divinity Class at Jerusalem, 
1891-3. Missionary (C.M.S.) at Cairo, 1893-1902. Secretary 
of the Egyptian Mission, 1894-1902. Died Dec. 27, 1902, 
aged 38, at Helouan, Egypt. Brother of John H. (1889). 
{Eagle, XXIV.) 

ADENEY, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 22, 1822. Of 
Middlesex. [3rd s. of William, tailor, of 16, Sackville Street, 
Piccadilly, London.] Matric. Lent, 1822. Migrated pens, to 
Queens', Oct. 11, 1822; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1843. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 18, 1825; priest, Dec. 24, 1826. P.C. of Christ 
Church, Enfield, Middlesex, 1843-4. R. of Flowton, Suffolk, 
1844-67. Author, Christian Recreations. Died Mar. 7, 1867. 
Probate of Will (P.P.R. London) granted to nephews, John 
Francis Allen, of the Ordnance office, and James Adeney, 
whip maker, of Piccadilly. (D. G. Causton; Hennessy.) 

ADENEY, JOHN HOWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. iS, 
1889. S. of Edward, tailor, of Chelsea, Middlesex. B. Aug. 24, 
1869, at Chelsea. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1917. 
Ord. deacon, 1892; priest (London) 1893. C. of Spitalfields, 
1892-6. Missionary of the Jews' Society, 1896-1900. Mis- 
sionary at Bucharest, 1900-5 and 1921-35; Chaplain, 1905- 
21. Of 71, Bushmead Avenue, Bedford, in 1938. Brother of 
Frederick F. (1884). (Crockford, 1938.) 

ADEY (post ADYE), FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Trinity Hall, Feb. 22, 1842. [S. and h. of Daniel Godson 
(Goodson), Esq., of Markyate Cell, Herts.] Matric. Michs. 
1842; B.A. 1847. Ord. deacon, 1847; priest (Rochester) 
1847; V. (and patron) of St John's, Markyate, Herts., 1847- 
85 [his father bought the Markyate Cell estate in 1825, and 
he succeeded to the property on the death of his father, Dec. 
1872]. Restored the church in 1874. Changed his name to 
Adye, Nov. 18, 1869. Resided latterly at Gombard's, St 
Alban's. Died there Feb. 13, 1910, aged 88. {Victoria Co. 
Hist., Herts., 11. 190; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Feb. 17, 1910.) 

ADEY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, June 21, 1755. 
S. of William, clerk, of Lanchester, Durham. School, Dur- 
ham. Matric. Michs. 1755. Probably ord. deacon (Durham) 
Sept. 24, 1758. C. of Lanchester, 1758; therein 1760. Author, 
Sermons. The Rev. Adey, of Lanchester, Durham, died Jan. 8, 
1778. (AT. arul Q., 5th S., vi. 343; Musgrave, Obit.) 

ADIE, CLEMENT JAMES MELLISH. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. 1, 1895. 4th s. of Patrick, of 82, Hvmtingdon Road, 
Cambridge. B. Aug. 16, 1876, at Barnes, London. School, 
Fettes. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1906. Rowing 
'blue,' 1900. Assistant Master at Merchiston Castle School, 
Edinburgh, 1902-5; at Eton, 1905-33; Senior Modern 
Language Master, 1924-33-. Of King's Copse, Wentworth, 
Surrey, 1938. Edited Contes by Anatole France, etc. Brother 
of Richard H. (next) and Walter S. (1891). {Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1932-3; Reg. of the Senate, 1937.) 

ADIE, RICHARD HALIBURTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Aug. 20, 1884. S. of Patrick, of Worton Hall, Isleworth, 
Middlesex. B. Aug. 20, 1864, at Kensington, London. 
Schools, London International College (Mr Ladell) and the 



Adkins, Frederick Thomas 

Royal School of Chemistry. Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar, 
1887; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1886, Pt II, ist 
Class, 1887) 1887; M..'^. iSgr. .Assistant Demonstrator in the 
Cavendish Physical and Physiological Laboratories. Lecturer 
in Chemistry at St John's College, and Director of the College 
Chemical Laboratory, 1894-1914. Lecturer to the Cambridge 
and Counties Agricultural Education Board, 1895-1901. 
Secretary of the University School of Agriculture till 1929. 
B.Sc. (London). During the Great War, Secretary to the 
Cambs. War Agricultural Committee. Alderman of the 
Cambs. County Council. Died May i8, 1932, at 136, Hunting- 
don Road, Cambridge. Brother of Clement J. M. (above), etc. 
(Scott, MSS.; The Times, May 20, 1932.) 
ADIE, WALTER SIBBALD. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 7, 
1891. S. of Patrick, of 3, Richmond Road, Cambridge. B. 
Aug. 17, 1872, at Barnes, London. School, London Inter- 
national College (Mr Ladell). Matric. Michs. 1891; Scholar, 
1893; ist Smith's Prizeman, 1896; B.A. {Senr. Wrangler) 
1894; M.A. 1898. Fellow, 1S96. Rowing 'blue,' 1895. 
Entered the Indian Civil Service, 1896; served in Bengal as 
Assistant Magistrate and Controller. In Finance (Accounts) 
Dept., in Assam, Burma and Madras, 1899-1903. Accoun- 
tant-Gen., in Bengal, Punjab and Burma, 1908-12; Magis- 
trate and Collector, 1912; Collector, Murshedabad, 1917-29; 
retired, 1929. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1928. 
Master of the Girdlers' Company, 1932. Of 4, Malcolm Street, 
Cambridge, 1938. Brother of Richard H. (1884), etc. {Reg. 
of the Senate, 1937; India Office List, 1937.) 

ADKIN, LANCASTER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, June 26, 
1758. S. of Robert, R. of Wetheringsett, Suffolk. B. at 
Yarmouth. School, Wyverstone (Mr Steggals). Matric. 
Michs. 1758; B.A. 1762; M.A. 1777. D.D. (Corpus Christi) 

1806. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 19, 1762; priest, Aug. 12, 
1764; C. of Wetheringsett, Suffolk, 1764. R. of Wilby, 1766- 
7. V. of Scottow, Norfolk, 1767-1807. R. of Belaugh, 1768- 

1807. C. of St .Andrew's, Norwich, 1790-1807. Author, 
Sermons. Died Feb. 18, 1807, at Windsor. (Venn, 11. 75; 
G. Mag., 1807, I. 281.) 

ADKIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Aug. i, 1777- 

Of Norfolk. Fell.-Com. Nov. 10, 1778. [S. and h. of , 

deceased, a gentleman of landed property, late of Downham 
Market.] B. there 1760. Matric. Michs. 1778; Scholar; 
B.A. 1782. Remarkable for his wit and social qualities; lived 
extravagantly; famous for the splendour of his entertain- 
ments. According to Gunning, commenced a career of dis- 
sipation and 'neglected everything a man is sent to the 
University to learn.' Prosecuted by the University for an 
assault on James Wood, M..-\., Fellow of St John's (after- 
wards Master) and fined £100 by the Court of King's Bench, 
Nov. 27, 1788. Popularly known as 'Tom Adkin.' Intimate 
with Lord Grey, Whitbread, Lambton and others of that 
party. On leaving Corpus took a suite of apartments at the 
White Bear Inn, opposite Trinity College, and which became 
known as 'Adkin College'; here he entertained lavishly: 
'his dinners were frequent and generally riotous.' Finally, 
having exhausted his resources, he was offered a home in the 
house of his friend Samuel Whitbread (the poUtician) and 
remained there several years. Afterwards spent much of his 
time with Sir George Leeds at Croxton Park, Cambs. But 
his tendency to drink increased and 'he gradually became 
insensible to everything else.' (Cooper, Annals, iv. 432; 
Gunning, i. 51.) 

ADKINS, ARTHUR DOUGLAS JOHN. Adm. (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 1, 1890. 2nd s. of Francis [? Frank], merchant, 
deceased, late of Kingswood, Birmingham. B. July 25, 1871, 
at King's Heath, Worcs. [School, Repton.] Matric. Michs. 
1890; B.A. 1893. (Repton Sch. Reg.) 

ADKINS, FRANCIS (FRANK) JAMES. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 
1893. Adm. pens, at St John's, Aug. i, 1894. S. of Joseph 
Francis, temperance lecturer, of London. B. there June 29, 
1874. B..A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Principal of Salford Central 
School, 1898-1904; of Sheffield Central Secondary School, 
1907-15. Lecturer to the Officers' Training Units, during the 
Great War, 1915-18. Gilchrist Lecturer, 1919. London 
University Extension Lecturer. 1925. Lecture to the Sel- 
bome Society. Director of Training Courses, National 
Council of Labour Colleges, 1926. Author, Education — A 
Medley (in four acts) ; Europe's New Map; How Europe Grew. 
Brother of Frederick T. (next). (Schoolmasters' Directory, 
1932-3; The Labour Who's Who, 1927.) 

ADKINS, FREDERICK THOMAS. Adm. at King's, Oct. 7, 
1895. S. of Joseph Francis, of 15, Wynne Road, Stockwell, 
London. Schools, Kennington and Stockwell. Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898. Assistant Master at the British Orphan 
Asylum, Slough, 189S-9. Assistant Master and Evening 
School Instructor in French, for the London School Board. 
Assistant Master at Sir Walter St John's School, Battersea, 
1907-16, and at Whitechapel Foundation School, 1916-19. 
Died Oct. 4, 1919, aged 43, at Streatham. Brother of Francis 
J. (1893). (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 



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Adler, August Ludwig Wilhelm 

ADLER, AUGUST LUDWIG WILHELM. Adm. at Selwyn H., 
Oct. I, 1894. B. Jan. 24, 1870. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 
1898; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon, 1899; priest (London) 1900; 
C. of Spitalfields, 1899-1903. Head of the Society for the 
Propagation of Christianity among the Jews in Pans; and 
C. of the Embassy Church, 1903-9; retired. Living at Geneva 
in 1929. Not in Crockford, 1931. 

ADLER, HERBERT MARCUS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 16, 1894. S. of Marcus Nathan, M.A. (London) actuary', 
of London. B. there Jan. 16, 1876. School, City of London 
(Mr A.T. Pollard). Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar; B.A. (Class. 
Trip., ist Class) 1897; LL.B. 1S9S; LL.M. and M.A. 1901. 
Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 1901. In the Great War, 
Capt. and Adjutant, K.A.S.C; mentioned in despatches. 
M.B.E. Of 5, Abercom Place, London.N.W. 8. (Reg. of the 
Senate, 1937; Univ. War List.) 

ADLERCRON, JOHN LADEVEZE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1891. S. of George Rothe Ladeveze, Esq., deceased, late of 
Co. Kildare, Ireland. B. July 4, 1872. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1891. Of Moyglare, Co. Meath, Ireland. Married and 
had issue. (Burke, L.G., I9.S7.) 

ADLEY, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 25, 
1851. S. of William, clerk [formerly missionary, C.M.S.] of 
Privett, Hants. B. Sept. 19, 1832, at Nellore, Ceylon. 
School, King William's College, Isle of Man. Matric. Michs. 
185 1 ; B.A. 1856. Ord. deacon (York); priest, 1858; C. of 
Hull, 1858-g. C. of Beverley, 1859-65. C. of Old Swinford, 
1867-77. C. of AH Saints', Islington, Middlesex, 1881-4. 
Died c. 1884. (Venn, 11. 304.) 

ADNEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 27, 1835. Of 
Devon. [Probably s. of Richard (next), clerk, of Tiverton.] 
School, Blundell's. Matric. Michs. 1836. (Blundell's Sch. 
Reg.) 

ADNEY, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, May 8, 
1805 ; from Oxford. [S. of John, clerk, of Uplowman, Devon. 
School, Blundell's, Tiverton.] Matric. Michs. 1808; LL.B. 
1809. Matric. (Queen's College, Oxford) Apr. 6, 1802, age 19. 
In Holy Orders. Died May i, 1853, aged 71, at Halberton, 
Devon. Probably father of John (above). (Al. Oxon.; 
Blundell's Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1853, i. 672.) 

ADNUTT, ROBERT THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 22, 1819. S. of Thomas (next), clerk of Nailstone, Leics. 
B. Jan. 3, 1802. School, Appleby (Mr Lloyd). Matric. Michs. 
1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. Ord. deacon, 1825; priest, 
1826; R. of Croft, Leics., 1826-72. R. of Cadeby, 1836-72. 
R. of Broughton .Astley in 1841. J. P. for Leics. Died May 25, 
1872, aged 70, at Cadeby. (Manchester Sch. Reg., add., m. 
343-) 

ADNUTT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, June 30, 
1778. S. of John, grazier, of Markfield, Leics. B. there Apr. 
21, 1759. School, Manchester (Mr Lawson). Matric. Michs. 
1778; Scholar; B.A. 1782; M.A. 1787. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
Feb. 24, 1782; priest, June 15, 1783. R. (and patron) of 
Croft, Leics., 1788-1826; Lord of the Manor. J. P. for Leics. 
Married Margery Catherine, dau. of Robert Green, of 
Normanton-en-le-Heath, Nov. 11, 1788. Died Jan. 20, 1826, 
aged 66. Buried at Broughton Astey; memorial window. 
Father of the above. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; Manchester 
Sch. Reg.; G. Mag.) 

ADOLPHUS, OTTO. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, Apr. 21, 
1846. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1847; Scholar, 1847; 
B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon, 185 1; priest (Win- 
chester) 1852. Vice- Principal of the North London Collegiate 
School, 1855-7. C. of St Mark's, Norwood, Surrey, in 1858. 
Classical Master at King's CoUege School, London, 1858-90. 
Sometime Lecturer to King's CoUege livening Class Depart- 
ment. Author, Compendium Theologicum. Of 45, Lyndhurst 
Road, London, S.H., in 1890. Not in Crockford, 1891. 

ADYE, FRANCIS WILLIAM, see ADEY. 

AD YE, STEPHEN BAWTREE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
Dec. 8, 1820. S. of Ralph Willett, Officer in the Army. B. 
1803, at Gibraltar. Schools, Colchester and Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1821; Scholar, 1821-6; B.A. 1826, Entered 
the Anny (98th Rcgt.) 1828. Drowned Feb. 4, 1832, in 
fording the Fish River, Cape of Good Hope. (Venn, u. 179; 
V. L. Oliver, Caribbeana, iii. 243.) 

AFFLECK, GILBERT. Adm. pens, at F^mmanuel, Jan. 6, 1759. 
S. and h. of John, Esq., of Dalham Hall, Suffolk. B. Dec. 24, 
1740, in St James's, Westminster, London. School, Bury. 
Matric. Easter, 1759. Of Dalham Hall. Succeeded his uncle. 
Sir Edmund Affleck, Bart., as 2nd Bart., Nov. 19, 1788. 
Married Mar>', dau. of Thomas Clark, of New York, and 
widow of Richard Vassall, of Jamaica, July 18, 1796. Died 
s.p. July 17, 1808, aged 67. Brother of John (1763). (G.E.C.) 

AFFLECK, GILBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 12, 

1776. Of Rutland. [S. and h. of William (1733), R. of North 
Luffenham, Rutland.] School, Westminster. Matric. Lent, 

1777. Entered the Ariny (2nd Lieut., 23rd Foot, 1778; Lieut., 



Agar, George 

7th Foot, 1779; Capt., 63rd Foot, 1781; 98th Foot; half-pay, 
1795; unattached, 1797). Of Cavendish Hall, Suffolk. 
Married (i) Mary Smith, of Stamford, Lines.; (2) Jane, dau. 
of Francis (? Edward) Smythies, of Colchester, Essex. Died 
Apr. 26, 1831. Father of Gilbert (next). (Record of Old West- 
minsters; Burke, P. atui B.) 

AFFLECK, GILBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 2, 1843. 
[S. and h. of Gilbert (above).] Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 
1848. Married Charlotte Ann Elizabeth, dau. of Robert 
Langridge, of Brighton, Sussex, Sept. 29, i860. Died Aug. 23, 
1882, aged 58, at Leominster. (Burke, P. and B.; Foster, 
Baronetage, 1883.) 

AFFLECK, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Emmanuel, Feb. 2, 
1763. 2nd s. of John, Esq. [of Dalham Hall, Suffolk]. B. 
Jan. 22, 1743, at Marlborough Street, London. School, Bury. 
Matric. Lent, 1763; B.A. 1767; M.A. 1776. Ord. deacon. 
Mar. 15, 1767; priest (Norwich) May 29, 1768; C. of Dalham, 
Suffolk, 1767. R. of St Columb Major, Cornwall, 1776-81. 
Died unmarried 1781. Brother of Gilbert (1759). (Burke, 
P. and B.) 

AFTAB, AHMAd KHAN, see AHMAd KHAn, S. A. 

AGABEG, AVIET. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, Oct. 4, 1862. S. 
and h. of Joseph, of Calcutta. B. there Aug. 29, 1844. 
Matric. Michs. 1862; LL.B. 1867. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
June II, 1864. Called to the Bar, 1868. On the Northern 
Circuit. Practised before the High Court of Calcutta. 
Married Ethel Wynne, the well-known soprano-singer, at the 
Chapel Royal, Savoy, Nov. 16, 1875. Author, legal. (Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Scott, MSS.) 

AGAR, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1789. S. of Thomas, of Peckham, London. B. 1772. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1790. Doubtless of Stockton, Yorks.; 
sole Lord of the Manor in 1793 and 1799. [Thomas Preston, 
of Stockton and Holtby, Yorks., succeeded to that estate 
through his marriage with Anne, dau. of the Rev. Benjamin 
Wilson and his wife Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Agar, of 
Stockton. In 1786 their s. Benjamin (Preston) succeeded to 
the property and assumed the surname of Agar, Sept. 2, 
1786.] Of Brockfield, near York, at the time of his death 
(G. Mag., 1852, II. 215). Married Beatrice Susannah, dau. of 
Lewis Francis Irwin, Esq., of Tanrige, Co. Sligo, Sept. 23, 
1793. Died July 9, 1852, aged 80, at Scarborough. Father 
of John {1817), Benjamin (next) and perhaps of Charles 
(1817). (Victoria Co. Hist., A'. R. Yorks., u. 192.) 

AGAR, BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Jan. 18, 1822. S. of 
Benjamin (above), Esq. School, Rugby. [Adm. as s. of 
Benjamin, Esq. (of Brockfield, Yorks.); age 12 in 1816.] 
Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831. V. of Ellerbum 
with Wilton, Yorks., 1837. Died Mar. 18, 1837, aged 33, as 
the result of being knocked down by a runaway horse. 
Brother of John (181 7) and perhaps of Charles (next). 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1837, 11. 97.) 

AGAR, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, Dec. 29, 1817. B. in 
Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1822. Perhaps brother of 
Benjamin (1822), etc. 

AGAR, CHARLES HERBERT. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 
1892. S. and h. of Herbert Welbore Ellis (1844), of Stanton 
House, Highworth, Wilts. B. Sept. 25, 1872, in London. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1897; M.A. 
1900. Of Stanton House, Highworth, Wilts., in 1934. 
(Burke, P. and B., ed. 1937.) 

AGAR, CHARLES TALBOT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 15, 
1891. S. of William [Talbot (1862)], of St Mary's Lodge, 
Weybridge, Surrey. B. Dec. 2, 1872, in London. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1S97. Rowing 
'blue' (cox) 1893. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1909. 
Served in the Great War (sub-Lieut. (R.N.V.R.), 1915-16; 
Lieut., R.G.A., 1916-19). Of Stockton, Yorks., and of Cob- 
ham Court, Surrey. Lord of the Manors of Bugthorpe, Holtby 
and Stockton-on-the-Fore5t. Died suddenly Jan. 10, 1937, 
aged 64, at Palermo. Brother of Harold E. T. (1894). 
(Victoria Co. Hist., N. R. Yorks., n. 192; Walford, Co. Fam.; 
The Times, Jan. 15, 1937.) 

AGAR, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, Apr. 2, 
1770. S. of James, of Ringwood, Co. Kilkenny. B. Dec. 4, 
1751. School, Eton. Matric. Easter, 1770. [.\t the County 
Midsummer Sessions, Mr Agar and Mr O'Meara, Fellow 
Commoners, who stood indicted for an assault on Thomas 
Fletcher, printer, at a public coffee house in Cambridge on 
Mar. i8, 1771, moved by their Counsel to stay proceedings, 
alleging that the University ought to have sole conusance of 
the case. The claim was subsequently heard in the Court of 
King's Bench, but was disallowed. Cooper, Annals, iv.] 
M.P. for Callan, 1777-90. P.C. (Ireland) 1789. Created 
Baron Callan of Callan, Co. Kilkenny, June 14, 1790. A 
representative Peer, 1801-15. Died s.p. Oct. 29, 1815, aged 
63, when his peerage became extinct. (G.E.C, ed. Gibbs., 
II. 487.) 



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Agar, Harold Evelyn Talbot 

AGAR, HAROLD EVELYN TALBOT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1894. S. of William Talbot (1862), of St Mary's 
Lodge, VVeybridge, Surrey. B. there Aug. 14, 1876. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1894. A member of the London 
Stock Exchange, 1911-. Served in the Great War (Major, 
3rd London Field Co. Di\'isional Engineers, R.E., 1916; 
twice mentioned in despatches). Brother of Charles T. (1891). 
{Univ. War List.) 
AGAR, [The Hon.] HERBERT WELBORE ELLIS. Adm. pens, 
(age 21) at Magdalene, July 3, 1844. 2nd s. of Welbore 
Ellis, Earl of Normanton. B. Sept. 19, 1823. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1844. Of Stanton House, Highworth, Wilts. 
Died Aug. 9, 1901. Brother of James C. H. W. E. (next) and 
father of Charles H. (1892). (Burke, P. and B., sub Nor- 
manton.) 
AGAR, JAMES CHARLES HERBERT WELBORE ELLIS 
[Viscount SOMERTON]. Adm. nobleman at Trinity, Jan. 29, 
1838. S. and h. of Welbore Ellis [Agar], Earl of Normanton. 
B. Sept. 17, i8i8. School, Westminster. Matric. 1838; M.A. 
1842. M.P. for Wilton, 1841-52. Succeeded as 3rd Earl of 
Normanton, Aug. 26, 1868. Created Baron Somerton of 
Somerley, Hants., Apr. 9, 1873. D.L. for Wilts, and Hants. 
Married and had issue. Died Dec. 19, 1896. Brother of 
Herbert W. E. (above). {Record of Old Westminsters; G.E.C., 
sub Normanton.) 
AGAR, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Jan. 23, 181 7. 
S. of Benjamin (1789). B. at Stockton, Yorks. School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1817. Of Stockton, Yorks.; suc- 
ceeded his father in 1852 ; Lord of the Manor. Married Harriet 
Maria, dau. of Thomas Swann, June 25, 1829. [On Sept. 18, 
1854, John Lewis, only s. of John Agar, Esq., of Brockfield, 
Yorks., died, aged 16.] His trustees were Lords of the Manor 
fTomi872-i90i. Died 1871. Brotherof Benjamin (1822) and 
perhaps of Charles (1817). {Victoria Co. Hist., N. R. Yorks., 
II. 192; Record of Old Westminsters; G. Mag.) 
AGAR, SAMUEL HOLLINGSWORTH. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1875. S. of Samuel Hollingsworth, M.D., of Henley-in-Arden, 
Warws. B. there July 22, 1857. School, Hereford. Matric. 
Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879. At Guy's Hospital, London. 
L.S.A., 1883. M.R.C.S., 1884. Partner with his father at 
Hurst House Asylum, Henley-in-Arden, in 1898-1922-. 
{Venn, 11. 418; Medical Directory, 1922.) 
AGAR, WILFRED FADE. Adm. at King's, Oct. 8, 1900. 3rd 
s. of Edward Larpent, rug manufacturer, retired, of Hilly 
Mead, Wimbledon, Surrey. B. there Apr. 27, 1882. School, 
Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1900; Scholar, 1903; Prizeman; 
B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1903; Pt II, ist Class, 
1904) 1903; M.A. 1907. Fellow, 1907-13- Walsingham 
Medal, 1906. Sometime Lecturer in Zoology at Glasgow 
University. Served in the Great War (Capt., Highland Light 
Infantry (T.F.)). Professor of Zoology at the University of 
Melbourne, Australia, 1919-35-. F.R.S., 1921. O.B.E., 1939. 
Married and had issue. {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Who's Who, 
1938; Reg. of the Senate, 1937-) 
AGAR, WILLIAM ATKINSON. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 
22, 1831. S. of Francis. B. in the parish of All Saints' 
Pavement, York. Matric. Michs. 1831. 
AGAR, WILLIAM TALBOT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 24, 
1832. [S. and h. of WiUiam, Esq., Q.C., of Ehn Lodge, 
Camden Town, London.] School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1832; B.A. 1836. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 19, 1832. Of 
Milford House, Lymington, Hants. J. P. for Sussex. Died 
June 12, 1906. Father of the next. {Harrow Sch. Reg.) 
AGAR, WILLIAM TALBOT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 14, 
1862. S. of William Talbot (above), of Milford Lodge, 
Lymington, Hants. B. there May 23, 1844. School, Brighton 
College (Mr Griffith). Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866. Adm. 
at Lincohi's Inn, Jan. 26, 1865. Called to the Bar, 1868. 
Secretary to the Institute of Bankers, 1881-1904. J.P. for 
North Devon and for the North Riding, Yorks. Of Stockton, 
Yorks.; succeeded to the Yorkshire family estate, c. 1906; 
Uved latterly at Brockfield Hall, York. Died Jan. 19, 1910. 
Father of Charles T. (1891) and Harold E. T. (1894). 
{Brighton Coll. Reg.; The Times, Jan. 26, 1910.) 
AGAR-ELLIS, HENRY GEORGE, Viscount CLIFDEN. Adm. 
pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, Apr. 10, 1883. [Viscount 
Clifden. S. and h. of Henry (Agar-Ellis) . B. Sept. 3, 1863.] 
School, Eton. Succeeded his father as 4th Viscount Clifden 
of Gowran Castle, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland, Feb. 20, 1866. Of 
Dover House, Whitehall, London. Died unmarried Mar. 28, 
1895, at 7, Carlton Gardens, London. Buried at Holdenby, 
Northants. {G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 
AGAR-ELLIS, JAMES [JOHN]. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, 1881. S. of James, of Cokeham, Worthing, Sussex. 
B. July 5, 1863, in Paris. School, Bradfield (Mr Gray). 
Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1891 (James). Ord. 
deacon, 1886; priest (Truro) 1887 (James John); C. of St 
Mar>''s, Truro, 1886-8. Held other curacies, 1888-96. P.C. 



Agnew, Alexander 

of St Aldan's, Small Heath, Worcs., 1896-1903. V. o 
Offchurch, 1903-19. Lie. pr., dio. Hereford, 1919-36. R. of 
Donnington, 1936-8-. Of Southmead, Ledbury. {Crockford, 
1938.) 
AGAR-ELLIS, LEOPOLD GEORGE FREDERICK AGAR. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Feb. ir, 1848. 2nd s. of George James 
Welbore [Agar-Ellis], Baron Dover. B. May 13, 1829. Matnc. 
Michs. 1848; M.A. 185 1. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 19, 
1851. Called to the Bar, 1854. J.P. and D.L. Co. Kilkenny. 
M.P. for Kilkenny, 1857-74. A.D.C. to the Earl of Carhsle, 
Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 1855-8 and 1859-64. Succeeded his 
nephew, Henry George (Agar-EUis) as 5 th Viscount Clifden 
of Gowran, etc., Mar. 28, 1895. Died s.p.m.s. Sept. 10, 1899. 
Buried at Brompton Cemetery. On his death the Barony of 
Dover became extinct. (G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 
AGASSIZ, ALEXANDER. Hon. Sc.D. 1887. Zoologist and 
explorer. Curator and Director of the Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology at Harvard, U.S.A. Died Mar. 29, 19 10. 
AGASSIZ, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 27, 
1818. S. of Lewis. B. 1800, in London. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Lent, 1819; B.A. 1823. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Jan. 12, 1819; 2nd s. of Arthur David Lewis, mer- 
chant, of Finsbury Square, London. Ord. priest (London) 
Sept. 20, 1824. Perhaps P.C. of Longton St John's, Staffs., 
1834-9. C. of St Dunstan's-in-the-West, London, in 1846. 
C. of Bromley, Kent, 1849; still there in 1851. In Clergy 
Lists, 1853-8; unbeneficed; 'Agassiz, R., "M.A. . Died 
Nov. 19, 1858, aged 58, at Sandown, Isle of Wight. (G. Mag., 
1859, I. 99; List of Carthus.) 
AGASSIZ, RODOLPH. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 13, 1848; 
re-adm. Oct. 3, 1859. S. of Lewis, Capt., of Bradfield, Essex 
[and Sarah EUza, dau. of Thomas Nunn]. B. at Bradfield. 
Bapt. Apr. 13, 1832. Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1862; M.A. 
1866. Ord. deacon, 1862; priest (Rochester) 1863; C. of 
Radwell, Herts., 1862-3. V. of Gt Clacton with Little 
HoUand, Essex, 1864-70. P.C. of Snareston, Leics., 1870-4- 
P.C. of East Keswick-in-Harewood, Yorks., 1874-6. C. of 
St Giles', Camberwell, 1878-80. C. of St Mary Woohioth, 
London, 1881-3. C. of St Mary Upton with Chalvey, Bucks., 
1884-6. R. of Radnage, Oxon., 1886-99. Died there Nov. 3, 
1899. (Scott, MSS.) 
AGER. WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 19, 1839. 

S of , Esq., of Gt Yeldham, Essex. B. June 7, 1820. 

Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848. Ord deacon, 
1846; priest (Peterb.) 1847. C. of Upton and St Peters, 
Northampton, 1846-9. C. of Overstone, 1850-8. Held other 
curacies, 1858-65. Head Master of Kimbolton Grammar 
School, Hunts., 1865-77. C. of Eastleach Martm and East- 
leach Turville, Gloucs., 1877-80. C. of Longworth, Berks., 
1880-2 R. (and patron) of Newton Bromswold, Northants., 
1882-99. Died there Apr. 29, 1899, aged 78. {Boose, iv. 
Suppl.) 
AGG, THOMAS FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 21, 
1851. S. of Thomas, surgeon, of Cheltenham, Gloucs. B. 
there. Bapt. June 29, 1832. Matric. Michs. 185 1. 
AGG-GARDNER, JAMES TYNTE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 30, 1865. S. and h. of James, deceased, late of 2, 
Fauconb^rgh Villas, Cheltenham, Gloucs. (assumed the 
additional name of Gardner, Sept. 13, 1836; he was Lord of 
the Manor of Cheltenham; died 1858). B. there Nov. 25, 
1846. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1866. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Apr. 18, 1868. Called to the Bar, 1873- M.P. 
for Cheltenham, 1874-80, 1885-95, 1900-6 1911-28. Of 
Evesham House, Cheltenham, Gloucs. J.P. and County 
Alderman for Gloucs. Lord of the Manor of Cheltenham. 
First Honorary Freeman and Mayor of Cheltenham, 1908-9 
and 1912-13- Knighted, 1916. Chairman and Director of 
various brewing companies. Of Evesham House Chelten- 
ham. Died suddenly Aug. 9, 1928, in the Carlton Club. 
(The Times, Aug. 10, 1928; Walford, Co. Fam.) 
AGGS HENRY GURNEY. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1884. [S. 
and h. of Thomas, of Pipplerook, Dorking.] Died May 21. 
1929, at Addlington Park, Kent. {The Times, May 25, 1929-) 
AGGS, WILLIAM HANBURY. Adm. pens, at JRInity May 21, 
1888 S of Thomas, of HoUywood, Clapham Common, 
London B. Aug. 26, 1870. School, Uppingham. Matnc. 
M°chs i888; B.A. and LL.B. 1892; M.A. and LL.M. 1896. 
Ato! at the Imier Temple, 1889. CaUed to the Bar, 1893. 
Onthe Northern Circuit. Of Goldsmith's Buildmg, Temple, 
E.G. 4. {Reg. of the Senate, I937-) 
AGLIONBY, FRANCIS, see YATES. 
AGLIONBY, HENRY AGLIONBY, see BATEMAN. 
AGNEW, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 7, 
1814 Of Co. Down, Ireland. School, Oswestry. Matric. Michs. 
1814! Drowned Dec. 1817 whilst bathing near Barmouth. 
(G. Mag., 1817, II- 572-) 



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Agnew, Andrew Noel 

AGNEW, ANDREW NOEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 14, 
1867. S. and h. of Sir Andrew, Bart., of Lochnaw Castle, 
Wigtowns. B. Aug. 14, 1850, at Ex ton Park, Rutland- 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1868; LL.B. 1872. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, Nov. 14, 1870. Called to the Bar, 1874- 
On the Northern Circuit. Succeeded his father as gth Bart., 
Mar. 25, 1892. Of Lochnaw Castle, Stranraer, N.B M.P. for 
South Edinburgh, 1900-6. J.P., D.L. and Vice-Lieut for 
Co. Witttown. A member of the Royal Company of Archers 
(King's Body Guard for Scotland). President of the Royal 
Scottish Arboricultural Society. Author, Introduciton to 
Forestry; A Guide to Wigtownshire. Died s.p. July 14, 1928. 
at 23, Upper Grosvenor Street, London. {G.E.C.; Burke, 
P. and B.) 

AGNEW, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Mar. 21, 
1855. S. of James, of Caimcastle Lodge, Larne, Co. Antrim. 
B. there. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1855- In the Army 
(Capt., i6th Lancers). Killed Mar. 22, 1873, by an assassin 
in the troopship Serapis when returning home invaUded from 
Secunderabad. 

AGNEW, CHARLES MORLAND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 7, 1874. 2nd s. of William [afterwards Bart.J, of Sum- 
mer Hill, Pendleton, Lanes, (for whom see D.N.B.). B. 
Feb. 14, 1855, at Manchester. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1874; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1883. Football (rugby) 'blue.' Of 
Durrants, Croxley Green, Herts. High SheriS of Herts., 
1930. During the Great War worked for the Red Cross 
Society in the Wounded and Missing Department. O.B.E., 
1918. Donor of the 'Evelyn Nursing Home,' at Cambridge 
as a thank-offering after a successful operation on his vrife 
Evelyn. A generous benefactor to the Artists' Benevolent 
Institution and other charities. Died May 23, 1931, aged 75. 
at Croxley Green. Brother of George W. (1870) and Walter 
(1880). {The Times, May 25 and 30, 1931.) 

AGNEW, EDWARD JONES. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, 
Dec. 12, 1788; from Trinity College, Dublin. S. of Valentine, 
merchant. B. at Co. Down, Ireland. School, Harrow. Adm. at 
Trinity CoUege, Dublin, Jan. 17, 1785, age 18; B.A. (Dubhn) 
1788. M.P. for Co. Antrim, 1792-7; High Sheriff, 1803. 
Still active in poUtical circles in 1831. {St John's Coll. Adm., 
iv; Al. Dubl.; Henry Bradshaw, Newspaper Cuttings, Co. 
Antrim.) 

AGNEW, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 31, 1870. S. and h. of William, printseller [afterwards 
Bart.]. B. Jan. 19, 1852, at Salford, Lanes. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1879. Football 
(rugby) 'blue.' Partner in the firm of Thomas Agnew and 
Sons, Art Publishers, of London, Manchester and Liverpool. 
Sometime President of the Printsellers' Association. A 
member of the Court of Governors of Victoria University, 
Manchester. Of Rougham Hall, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. 
J.P. for Lanes, and West Suffolk. M.P. for West Salford, 
1906-18. Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., 1910. High 
Sheriff of Suffolk, 1922. Married and had issue. Brother of 
Charles M. (1874), etc., and father of John S. (1898). (Burke, 
P. and B.; Who's Who, 1938.) 

AGNEW, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, July 4, 
1811. S. of WilUam. B. in London. School, Hampstead, 
London (Mr Bidmead). [Doubtful if resided; did not matri- 
culate.] 

AGNEW, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 17, 1816. 
Of Middlesex. S. of William, Esq., of 42, Russell Square, 
London. School, Greenwich. Matric. Michs. 1816; Scholar, 
1817; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1823. 

AGNEW, JOHN STUART. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1898. S. and h. of George William (1870), of 102, Lancaster 
Gate, London. B. Sept. 16, 1879, at Manchester. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1898. Land agent. Served in the 
Great War, 19x4-18 (Capt., Suffolk Yeomanry; Deputy 
Assistant Adjutant-General; mentioned in despatches; 
Cavalier, Order of the Crown of Italy). Married and had 
issue. Of The Battlies House, Rougham, Suffolk. J.P. for 
West Suffolk. (Burke, P. and B.; Univ. War List.) 

AGNEW, STAIR ANDREW. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Oct. 21, 1851. 5th s. of Sir Andrew, Bart. B. Dec. 6, 1831, 
at Blackheath, Kent. School, Clapham Grammar, London 
(Mr Pritchard). Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1859. 
Rowing 'blue,' 1854. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 9, 
1851. Called to the Scottish Bar, i860. Legal Secretary to 
the Lord Advocate for Scotland, 1861-6 and 1868-70. 
Queen's Remembrancer for Scotland, 1870-81. Registrar- 
General for Scotland, 1881-1909. Keeper of Records, Scot- 
land, 1881-1909. J.P. for Co. Wigtown. K.C.B., 1895. Died 
July 12, 1916. Father of the next. (Burke, P. and B.) 

AGNEW, STAIR CARNEGIE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 17, 
1890. S. of Stair Andrew (above), of 22, Buckingham 



Ahmed, Fasih-ud-Dien 

Terrace, Edinburgh. B. Jan. 16, 1872, at Edinburgh. 
School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar, 1893; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., ist Class) 1893; LL.B. (Law Trip., Pt I, 1st 
Class) 1894; M.A. 1901. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1893. 
Called to the Bar, 1896. On the South Eastern Circuit. 
Married and had issue. Of 4, Paper Buildings, Temple, E.C. 4. 
(Burke, P. and B.) 

AGNEW, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 1880. 3rd 
s. of William [publisher], of Sumner HiU, Pendleton, Lanes, 
[afterwards Bart.]. B. Apr. 29, 1861, at Manchester. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1880; LL.B. 1884. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, June i, 1883. Called to the Bar, 1886, but 
never practised. Entered the firm of Christie, Manson and 
Woods, 1889; subsequently senior partner. Had an extensive 
knowledge of many branches of Art, particularly of en- 
gravings. Married and had issue. Died Apr. 17, 1915, at 
7, Bryanston Square, London, W. Brother of Charles M. 
(1874), etc. {Annual Register; The Times, Apr. 20, 1915.) 

AGNEW, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Sept. 10, 1823. 
Matric. Michs. 1S23. 

AGNEW, WILLIAM LOCKETT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1876. S. of Thomas, printseller and publisher, of 
Eccles, near Manchester. B. Apr. 20, 1858, at Pendleton, 
Lanes. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1876. B.A. 1881; 
M.A. 1891. Football (rugby) 'blue.' Head of Thomas Agnew 
and Sons (the well-known Art-dealers), of 10, Chesterfield 
Street, Mayfair, London, W., and of Hallingbury Place, 
Bishop's Stortford, Herts. J.P. Hunted, and drove the 
Old Times Coach from London to Guildford. Died Feb. 15, 
1918, aged 59, at 10, Chesterfield Street, London. {Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Feb. 18, 1918.) 

AGUILAR, WILLIAM D', see D'AGUILAR. 

AHLO, ANTHONY LEE. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1897. S. of 
Lee, Esq., of Honolulu. School, Oaku College, Honolulu. 
Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 1911 (Ahlo, 
Lee-Fong). In the Chinese Service; Commissioner, studying 
the European Prison System in England in 1910. (Trinity 
Hall Redit Books.) 

AHMAd KHAN, SAHIBZAdA AFTAB. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 

Sept. 28, 1891. S. of Nawdb Ghol4m (Ghuldm) Ahm4d Kh4n, 
Badadur Ahmddi. B. in Kunjpura, District of Kamal, 
Punjab. School, AUghar College. Matric. Michs. 1891 
(Aftab, A. K.); B.A. 1894. Barrister-at-law at Aftab Mawhil, 
AUgarh, United Provinces. A member of the Indian Council. 
Brother of Sultan (next). {Peile, 11. 770; R. P. Paranjpye.) 

AHMAD KHAN, SAHIBZAdA SULTAN. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Sept. 28, 1891. S. of Naw^b Gholam (Ghul4m) 
Ahmdd Kh4n, Badddur AhmSdi. B. May 30, 1864, in 
Kunjpura, District of Kamal, Punjab. School, Alighar 
College. Matric. Michs. 1891 (Sultan, A. K.); B.A. and LL.B. 
1894; M.A. and LL.M. 1909. Called to the Bar (Inner 
Temple) 1894. Entered the service of the Maharajah Madho 
Rao. Became Chief Justice of Gwalior State, India, 1905-36. 
Law Member of the Council, 1909-12. Held successively the 
portfolios of Finance, Army, Appeals to the Maharajah, and 
Political. Under the Maharajah's orders reorganised the 
entire judicial system of the State. Made Tazimi Ghashia 
Sardar, 1908, and created Muntzim-ud-Daula, 1911. A 
member of the Council of Regency, 1925-. CLE., 1924. 
Knighted, 1932. A member of the Committee imder Lord 
Hunter to investigate the disturbances in Bombay and the 
Punjab in 1919; received the evidence of General Dyer and 
others on the Amritsar affair. At the Round Table Con- 
ference Sessions of 1930-1; and in the States Delegation as 
representative of GwaUor, 1932. Married (i) Edith Elizabeth 
Hall, of Bristol, 1895; (2) Lucy Pelling Hall, 1912. Died 
May, 1936. Brother of Aftab (above). {Peile, 11. 770; The 
Times, May 22, 1936.) 

AHMAD, MOHAMAD. Adm. pens, at Downing, Jan. 17, 1887. 
S. of Vicar ul Mulk Bahadur, Mushtaq Hussain, of Amroha, 
N.W.P., India. Matric. Lent, 1887 (Mohamad, Ahmad). 
Barrister-at-law. Practised at the Bar at Allahabad. Died 
Aug. 28, 1896, aged 33, at 11, Cubbon Road, Bangalore, 
Mysore. {The Times, Sept. 3, 1896; R. P. Paranjpye.) 

AHMED or AHMAD, AZIZ. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1883. S. 
of Moulvie Fazhul Bari, of Gya, Bengal, pleader. Adm. at 
Trinity Hall, 1884; B.A. 1886. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
May 21, 1883 (Ahmed, A., of Burdwen, Bengal). Adm. 
Advocate of the Calcutta High Court, 1889. 

AHMED, FASIH-UD-DIEN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 2, 

1886. S. of Sheik Ahmed Hussein, of Hyderabad, India. B. 
Sept. 1868 (or 1869). School, Hyderabad. Matric. Michs. 
1886 (Fasih-ud-dien). Migrated to Trinity HaU, Apr. 19, 

1887. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 10, 1886. {T. A . 
Walker, 592; Scott, MSS.) 



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Ahmed, Nizam-Uddin 

AHMED or AHMAD, NIZAM-UDDIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 21, 1888. S. of Ahmed, of Chadughat, Hyderabad, 
Deccan, India. B. Apr. 22, 1870, at Hyderabad. Matric. 
Michs. 1888 (Nizam-uddin) ; B.A. andLL.B. 1891; M.A. 1896. 
Barrister (Inner Temple) 1895. Entered the Hyderabad State 
Service as District Judge, 1897. Chief City Magistrate, 1899- 
1901. Under Secretary, Legislative Council, 1902-7. High 
Court Judge, 1907-18. Home Secretary, 1909-10. Chief 
Justice, 1916-18. Political Secretary, 191&-19. On the 
Executive Council with portfolio of the Political Dept., 
1919-29. O.B.E., 1919. C.I.E., 1924. Knighted, 1929. 
Retired, 1930. Of Hilifort, Hyderabad; Ahmad, Maulvi 
Sir Nizam-ud-Din-Nawab Nizjimat Jung Bahadur, Knt. 
(G. W. WoUaston, Knighthood; Who's Who, 1938.) 

AHMUTY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 30, 1787. 
Matric. Michs. 1787. [S. and h. of Arthur, colonel, of Harley 
Street, Middlesex.] Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 27, 1788. 
Called to the Bar, 1796. 

AICKIN, GEORGE ELLIS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 15, 
1888. S. of George, supervisor, postal telegraphs, of Airfield, 
Liverpool. B. there Apr. 3, 1869. School, Liverpool College 
(Rev. E. C. Selwyn). Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar, 1891; 
B.A. (Class. Trip., ist CIeiss) 1891; M.A. 1902. Ord. deacon, 
1894; priest (Oxford) 1895; C. of Wargrave, 1894-8. Held 
other curacies, 1898-1906. Chaplain of St Aidan's College, 
Birkenhead, 1906-9. V. of Overchurch, 1909-10. Principal 
of Ridley College, Melbourne, Australia, 1910-18. Canon of 
Bendigo, 1911-18; Archdeacon, 1918-19. R. of St Paul's, 
Bendigo, 1918-19. V. of Momington, Melbourne, 1919-27. 
Archdeacon of Dandenong, 1919-32. Examining Chaplain 
to the Archbishop of Melbourne, 1922-32. Dean of Mel- 
bourne, 1927-32; Vicar-General, 1928-32. Of 7, Ardoyne 
Street, Black Rock, S. 9, Victoria, Australia. (Crockford; 
Who's Who, 1938.) 

AIKIN, CHARLES EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 14, 
1863. S. of Charles. B. Sept. 11, 1846, in London. School, 
N. Cheam, Surrey. Matric. Michs. 1864, as Aitkin (sic). 

AIKIN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 5, 
1851. 8th s. of James, of Liverpool. B. there 1833. [School, 
Repton.] Migrated to Jesus, Oct. 12, 1852. Matric. Michs. 
1852; B.A. (izth Classic) 1856; M.A. 1859. Fellow of Jesus; 
Hon. Fellow, 1894. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 29, 1856. 
Called to the Bar, 1859. Died Aug. 15, 1894. {Repton Sch. 
Reg.) 

AILSA, Marquess of, see KENNEDY, ARCHIBALD (1890). 

AINGER, ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity Hall, 
June 30, 1856. S. of Alfred, Esq., architect, of 23, Carlton 
HDl, St John's Wood, London. B. Apr. 9, 1837, in London. 
Schools, University College, Joseph King's, Carlton Hill, and 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar, 1857; 
B.A. i860; M.A. 1865. Hon. FeUow. LL.D. (Glasgow) 1885. 
While at college, the centre of a Uterary circle which included 
Hugh R. Haweis, Horace Smith and A. W. Ward; a brilliant 
contributor to the College Magazine. Ord. deacon, i860; 
priest (Lichfield) 1863; C. of Alrewas, 1860-4. Assistant 
Master at Shefiield Collegiate School, 1864-6. Reader at the 
Temple, 1866-92. Canon of Bristol, 1887-1903. V. of St 
Edward's, Cambridge, 1893. Select preacher at Oxford, 
1893. Master of the Temple, 1894-1904. Chaplain-in- 
ordinary to Queen Victoria, 1896; to Edward VII, 1901. 
Famous as a preacher and lecturer; also popular as a humo- 
rist; intimate with George du Maurier, the artist of Punch. 
Edited Lamb's Essays, Poems and Letters. Contributor to 
Macmillan's Magazine and to the D.N.B.; an admirable 
dramatic reciter and a good musician. Author, Life of Charles 
Lamb; Sermons, etc. Died Feb. 8, 1904, at Darley Abbey, 
Derbs. Buried there. {D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 

AINGER, ARTHUR CAMPBELL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 15, i860. S. of Thomas (1816), clerk. B. July 4, 1841, 
at Greenwich, Kent. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. i860; 
Scholar, 1863; B.A. (\6th Classic) 1864; M.A. 1867. Clark 
Lecturer in EngUsh Literature, 1900-1. Assistant Master at 
Eton, 1864-1901. M.V.O., 1908. Author, Hymns; Eton 
Songs, including the Carmen; Memories of Eton Sixty Years 
ago, etc. Died Oct. 26, 1919, aged 78, at Mustians, Eton. 
(R. F. Scott; The Times, Oct. 28, 1919.) 

AINGER, FRANCIS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 4, 1878. S. of George Henry (next). Principal of St 
Bees College, Cumberlcind. B. at St Bees. Bapt. Mar. 27, 
1859. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 
1883; M.A. 1887; Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1884; priest 
(Newcastle-on-Tyne) 1886; C. of Hemel Hempstead, Herts., 
1884-6. Held other curacies, 1886-91. V. of Sparsholt, 
Hants., 1893-1904. R. of Lainston, 1894-1904. R. of St 
John the EvangeUst, Jedburgh, Roxburgh, N.B., 1904-5. 
Died Oct. 25, 1905, aged 46, at Whitley Bay. Buried at 
Jedburgh. Brother of Walter H. (1883). (Scott, MSS.; 
Clifton Coll. Reg.) 



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AINGER, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, 
June 10, 1837. S. of William (1803), D.D., of St Bees, Cum- 
berland. B. there Aug. 31, 1819. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 
Michs. 1838; Scholar; B.A. (19*^ Wrangler) 1842; M.A. 1845; 
D.D. 1859. Fellow. Ord. deacon, 1845; priest (Ely) 1846. 
C. of Alford, Somerset, 1847-8. Tutor of St Bees College, 
Cumberland, 1849-57; Principal, 1858-70; and P.C. of St 
Bees, 1858-70. R. of Rothbury, Northumberland, 1871-86. 
Hon. Canon of Carlisle, 1870-82; Rural Dean, 1872-86. 
Proctor in Convocation, 1874-86. Surrogate and Hon. 
Canon dio. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1882-6. Married EUza 
Janet, dau. of John Hodgson, of Hampstead Heath, May 14, 
1850, at Hampstead. Died Oct. 6, 1886, at Whetton Tower, 
Rothbury. Buried at Priory Churchyard, St Bees. Father of 
Francis E. (above) and Walter H. (1883). (Sedbergh Sch. 
Reg.; H. M. Wood; Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

AINGER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 28, 1816. 
Of Cambs. [S. of William, of Whittlesea. B. there Aug. x, 
1799. School, Norwich Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 18 17; 
Scholar, 1820; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 
1824; priest (Bristol) Aug. 16, 1825; C. of St GOes', Reading, 
1822 (this date is given in D.N.B., but according to Crock- 
ford he was not ord. until 1824), C. of St Mary's, Greenwich, 
1825. P.C. of St Mary's, Hampstead, Middlesex, 1841-63. 
Preb. of St Paul's, 1859-63. Domestic Chaplain to the Duke 
of Roxburgh. Married Frances, dau. of WiUiam Barnard, 
of Deptford Green, Aug. 4, 1828. Founded the Parochial 
Association in Hampstead in aid of the S.P.G. Society, 1845, 
and the Church Extension Association, 1858. An energetic 
parish priest and poor-law guardian; helped to found schools 
and a dispensary; enlarged his church and promoted the 
building of new churches in the district around Hampstead. 
Author, Sermons. Died Nov. 15, 1863. Brother of William 
(1803) and father of Arthur C. (i860). (Boase; D.N.B.) 

AINGER, WALTER HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 17, 
1883. S. of George Henry (1837), clerk. B. at St Bees, Cum- 
berland. Bapt. Mar. 13, 1864. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1884; Scholar; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1893. Football 
(assoc.) 'blue,' 1887. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (Norwich) 
1891. C. of Dereham, 1890-3. Held other curacies, 1893- 
1902. V. of Prudhoe, Northumberland, 1902-6. V. of All 
Saints', Gosforth, 1906-16. V. of Haydon Bridge, 1916-24. 
V. of Eglingham, 1924-36-. Hon. Canon of Newcastle, 
1929-. Brother of Francis E. (1878). (Crockford, 1938.) 

AINGER, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 20, 1803. 
[S. of WiUiam.] B. at Whittlesea, Cambs. School, Sedbergh. 
Matric. Michs. 1803; Scholar, 1806; B.A. 1807; M.A. 1810; 
B.D. 1817; D.D. 1822. Fellow. Ord. deacon (Sarum, Litt. 
dim. from Ely) Dec. 20, 1808; priest (Norwich) Dec. 21, 1809. 
First Principal of St Bees Theological College, Cumberland, 
1816-40. P.C. of St Bees, 1816-40. V. of Sunninghill, Berks., 
1817-29. Canon of Chester, 1827. R. of Northenden, 
Cheshire, 1829-40. Married Elizabeth, dau. of WiUiam 
Humphries, Esq., of Harpenden, Herts., July 10, 1817. 
Died Oct. 20, 1840, aged 55, at St Bees. Buried there. M.I. 
Brother of Thomas (1816) and father of George H. (1837). 
(Sedbergh Sch. Reg. ; G. Mag. ; Earwaker, E. Cheshire, i. 298.) 

AINLEY, ALBERT EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 
1875. S. of Isaac. B. Feb. 13, 1855, at Wakefield, Yorks. 
Bapt. Apr. 28, 1858. Matric. Michs. 1875. Perhaps brother 
of Frederick W. (1871). 

AINLEY, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. at Selwyn H. Oct. i, 
1890. B. Nov. 16, 1870. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; 
M.A. 1899. Assistant Master at Batley Grammar School, 
Yorks., 1897-1901. Warden of the Bishop Cotton Schools, 
Bangalore, S. India, 1901-10-. Examiner at Madras Univer- 
sity, 1902-. Of Maymyo, Upper Burma, in 191 1; there till 
1923. Of the University, Rangoon, 1923-5. (Selwyn Coll. 
Cal., 1923-5, 1934-5-) 

AINLEY, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 
25, 1871. [School, Wakefield.] Matric. Michs. 1871; Ex- 
hibitioner; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1876; 
priest, 1877; C. of Huddersfield, Yorks., 1876-7. Missionary 
(C.M.S.) in Travancore, 1877-9. C. of St John the Baptist, 
Newtown, Leeds, 1879-80. C. of St Luke's, Cork, 1881-3. 
V. of St John's, Cork, 1883-1901. V. of St Andrew's, Islington, 
Middlesex, 1901-15. R. of Ufington, Lines., 1915-36-. 
Perhaps brother of Albert E. (1875). (Wakefield Sch. Reg.) 

AINLEY, WILLIAM CLARK. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1885; 

Mus.Bac. 1885. 
AINSLIE, AYMER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, Jan. 31, 

1859. 3rd s. of Gilbert (1810), Master of the CoUege. B. 

May 24, 1841, at Cambridge. [School, Harrow.] Matric. 

Michs. 1859. Mining Engineer; partner in Messrs Harrison, 

AinsUe and Co. and The North Lonsdale Iron and Steel Co. 

Of Hall Garth, Camforth, Lanes. J.P. Married and had issue. 

Died Jan. 6, 1901.' (Harrow Sch. Reg.; H. Ainslie.) 

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AiNSLiE, Edward Herbert Montague 

AINSLIE, EDWARD HERBERT MONTAGUE. Adm. at 
Selwyn H. Oct. I, 1890. [S. of Edward Campbell, Capt., 60th 
Rifles. B. Sept. 23, 1864. School, Rossall.] Matric. Michs. 
1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon, 1893; pnest 
(York) 1895. C. of St Paul's, Middlesborough, 1893-7- C. of 
Eston with Normanby, Yorks., 1897-1903. V. of Hedon, 
1903-36-. Rural Dean of Holderaess, 1926-33. {Rossall Sch. 
Reg.; Crockford, 1938; H. Ainslie.) 

AINSLIE, ERNEST HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pembroke, 
July 3, 1875. S. and h. of Henry (1841), clerk, of St Mary s, 
Windermere [sk), Westmorland. B. June 7, 1856, in London. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879. Adin. at the Imier Temple, 
June 23, 1879. Called to the Bar, 1882. Brother of Richard 
M. (1877). (C-'«»i'- Pari- ^^S; 1938.) 

AINSLIE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 9, 1821. 
S. of [Sir] Robert Sharpe (1793), Bart., of Park Street, West- 
minster, London. Matric. Michs. 1821; Scholar, 1822; B.A. 
1825; M.A. 1829; incorp. at Oxford, Dec. 7. 1848. Ord. 
deacon (London, LUt. dim. from Canterbury) Dec. 21, 
1828; priest (London) Dec. 20, 1829; C. of St Peter's, Wal- 
worth, Surrey, 1829, and again, 1838-48. R. of South 
WiUingham, Lines., 1830. V. of Barkway and R. of Reed, 
Herts., 1837-8. P.C. of St Philip's, Clerkenwell, London, 
1851-4, resigned. Secretary of the Church Building Society 
for 18 years. London Diocesan Secretary of the Additional 
Curates' Society. Died unmarried May 14, 1875- Brother of 
Robert (1836). (Al.Oxon.; Hennessy; Crockford; H. Ainslie.) 

AINSLIE, GILBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
June 22, 1782. S. of James, physician, of Kendal, West- 
morland. B. Nov. 26, 1763, at Carlisle. Matric. Michs. 1782; 
Scholar; B.A. (14/fc Wrangler) 1786; M.A. 1789. Fellow, 
1788. R. of Hinderwell, Yorks., 1790-2. Married Ellen, dau. 
of Henry RawUnson, M.P., Nov. 27, 1790, at Lancaster. 
Died Dec. 17, 1792, at Lisbon, Portugal. Brother of Henry 
(1777) and Montague F. (1776). (H. Ainslie.) 

AINSLIE, GILBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 3, 18 10. 
[4th s. of Henry (i777), M.D., of London. B. June 2, i793. 
at Kendal, Westmorland. School, Charterhouse.] Migrated 
(age 17) to Pembroke, Jan. 10, 1811. Matric. Michs. 1811; 
Scholar; B.A. (Hh Wrangler) 1815; M.A. 1818; D.D. 1829. 
Fellow of Pembroke, 1815 ; Master, 1828-70. Vice-Chancellor, 
1828 and 1836. Ord. deacon (Chester, Liit. dim. from Ely) 
Sept. 26, 1816; priest (Ely) Mar. 18, i8i8. Married Emily, 
dau. of William Coxhead Marsh, of Park Hall, Theydon 
Gamon, Essex, Dec. 2, 1829. Laid the foundation stone of 
the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Died Jan. 9, 1870. 
Buried at Over Kellet, Lanes. Brother of Henry F. (1802) 
and father of Aymer (1859). (List of Carthus.; Boose.) 

AINSLIE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, June 27, 
1777. 2nd s. of James, M.D., physician, of Kendal, West- 
morland. B. Mar. 21, 1760, at Carhsle. Matric. Michs. i777; 
Scholar; 2nd Smith's Prizeman; B.A. {Senr. Wrangler) 1781; 
M.A. 1784; M.D. 1793. Fellow, 1782. Physician to Adden- 
brooke's Hospital, Cambridge, 1787. Censor, R.C.P., 1795- 
Harveian Orator, 1802; named an Elect, July 14, 1818; 
resigned, 1828. Physician to St Thomas's Hospital, London, 
1795-1800. F.R.C.P., 1795. Practised as a physician at 
Kendal. Married Agnes, dau. of William Ford, of Waterhead, 
Coniston, Aug. 9, 1785. Died Oct. 26, 1834, aged 74, at 
Grizedale Hall, near Hawkshead. M.I. at Over Kellet, Lanes. 
Brother of Montague F. (1776), etc.; father of Gilbert (1810) 
and Henry F. (1802). (Munk, 11. 437; D.N.B.) 

AINSLIE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 28, 1841. [2nd 
s. of Montague, of the Bengal Civil Service, and grandson of 
Henry (1777). B. Aug. 19, 1824. Schools, Shrewsburv and 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Ord. 
deacon, 1847; priest, 1848. C. of Bury, Lanes. V. of Easing- 
wold, Yorks., 1856-72. V. of Applethwaite, Windermere, 
1873-92. Died Dec. 18, 1892, aged 68, at Windermere. 
Buried there. Father of Ernest H. (1875) and Richard M. 
(1877). '{Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Harrow Sch. Reg.; Cambridge 
Chronicle, Dec. 30, 1892.) 

AINSLIE, HENRY FORD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Nov. 3, 1802. S. and h. of Henry (i777), M.D., of London. 
B. May 3, 1786, at Cambridge. School, Greenwich (Dr 
Bumey). Matric. Michs. 1803; Scholar, 1805; Prizeman; 
B.A. i8o7; M.A. i8io. Migrated to Jesus. Fellow of Jesus, 
1813. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 24, 1804. Died unmarried 
June 16, 1814, in London. Brother of Gilbert (i8io). (G. 
Mag.) 

AINSLIE, MAURICE ANDERSON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1888. S. of Alexander Colvin, LL.D., of Langport, Somerset. 
B. Oct. 4, 1869, at Corfe, Somerset. Schools, Newton College, 
Devon, and Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar, 
1888-91; B.A. 1801. Assistant Master at Derby School, 
1892; at Giggleswick School, 1893. Naval Instructor, 1898. 
Served in the Great War (Instructor-Commander in the 
Royal Navy; Capt.; retired, 1922). (Venn, ii. 495; Univ. 
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AiNswoRTH, Henry 

AINSLIE, MONTAGUE FARRER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, July 1, 1776. S. and h. of James [M.D., physician] 
of Carlisle. B. there Feb. 28, 1759. School, Hawkshead, 
Lanes. (Mr Peake). Matric. Michs. 1776; Scholar, 1778; B.A. 
(2nd Wrangler) 1781; M.A. 1784. Fellow, 1782. Adm. at 
Gray's Inn, May i, 1779. Called to the Bar, 1788. Bencher, 
1809. Treasurer, 1813-14. A Commissioner in Bankruptcy. 
Succeeded to the property of Hall Garth, Lanes., on the death 
of his stepmother in 1820. F.S.A. Died unmarried May 2, 
1830, aged 71, at his brother's house, in Dover Street, 
London. Brother of Henry (i777). etc. (G. Mag.; Victoria 
Co. Hist., Lanes., viii. 168.) 

AINSLIE, PHILIP CALARD (CALLARD). Adm. pens, (age 16) 
at Trinity, Dec. 27, 1784. 2nd s. of [Sir] Philip [Knt.], of 
Brompton, Middlesex. B. 1768. School, Kensington, London 
(Dr Thompson). Matric. Lent, 1785; Scholar, 1787; B.A. 
1789. Adm. at the Middle Temple, July 2, 1783 (s. of Philip, 
of Edinburgh, Knt.). Called to the Bar, 1792, as Philip Callard. 
Bencher, 1828. Reader, 1832. Died Sept. 6, 1833, aged 64. 
(Middle Temple Bench Bk.) 

AINSLIE, RICHARD MONTAGUE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Sept. 21, 1877. S. of Henry (1841), R. of St 
Mary's, Windermere. B. Jan. 23, 1858, in London. [School, 
St Peter's, York.] Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 
1885. Ord. deacon, 1884; priest (Chester) 1885 ; C. of Witton, 
1884-7. V. of St Saviour's, Liverpool, 1887-1903. V. of 
Childwall, Lanes., 1903-24. Hon. Canon of Liverpool, 1908- 
24. Chaplain to the 1st Batt., King's Liverpool Regt., 1890; 
to the 5th Batt., 1908-; Territorial Decoration, 1912. During 
the Great War, Chaplain to the Forces. Twice married. 
Died Dec. 23, 1924, aged 66, at Childwall Vicarage. Brother 
of Ernest H. (1875). (Univ. War List; H. Ainslie.) 

AINSLIE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 14, 1836. 
Of Middlesex. [S. of Sir Robert Sharpe (next), Bart. B. 1812.] 
Matric. Michs. 1836; Scholar, 1837; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1844. 
Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1840; priest (London) 1841; C. of 
St Peter's, Walworth, Surrey. V. of Sixhills, Lines., 1841. 
V. of Ludford Magna, 1842. R. of East Barkwith, 1843-54. 
V. of Gt Grimsby, 1856-79. Rural Dean of Grimsby. Some- 
time Warden of the House of Charity, Soho, London. Canon 
of Lincoln, 1864-95. Resided latterly at Chingford, Essex. 
Died there Nov. 27, 1895, aged 84. Brother of George (1821). 
(Cant. Aa Bk.; R. F. Scott.) 

AINSLIE, ROBERT SHARPE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Sept. 7, 1793. S. and h. of George, Lieut. -Governor of the 
Scilly Isles [and Anne, dau. of Samuel Sharpe], of Bath. 
B. Jan. 8, 1777. School, Charterhouse, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1794; Scholar, 1796; B.A. 1798; M.A. 1802. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, May 14, 1793. Migrated to the Iimer 
Temple, Jan. 27, 1800. M.P. for St Michael's, 1802-6. Of 
Market-Stainton, Lines., and of Chingford, Essex. Suc- 
ceeded his uncle. Sir Robert Ainslie, as 2nd Bart., July 22, 
1812. Died Mar. 14, 1858, at Chingford. Father of George 
(1821) and Robert (above). (Foster, CoU. Gen. 11. 24; Coll. 
Cornub.) 

AINSLIE, SHIRLEY ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 1, 1881. S. of Charles, Esq., deceased, and grandson of 
Sir Robert Sharpe (i793). B. Dec. 3, 1861. Matric. Michs. 
1881; B.A. 1884. Died July 6, 1907. (T. A. Walker, 564; 
H. Ainslie.) 

AINSWORTH, ALFRED RICHARD. Adm. scholar at King's, 
Oct. 11, 1898. S. and h. of John Duxbury, inspector of 
schools, of 44, Thornton Avenue, Streatham Hill, Surrey. 
B. Sept. 13, 1879, at 12, Sunny Road, Southport, Lanes. 
School, Dulwich College. Matric. Michs. 1898; Scholar, 1900; 
Prizeman; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, 1st Class, 1900; Pt II, 1st 
Class, 1902; Moral Sci. Trip., Pt II, 1st Class, 1902). Lecturer 
at Manchester University, 1902-3; at Edinburgh University, 
1903-7. Entered the Board of Education Service; Inspector, 
1908; Assist2mt Secretary, 1922; Principal Assistant Secre- 
tary, 1931-. C.B., 1934. Of 22, The Spain, Petersfield, 
Hants., and 102, St George's Square, S.W. i. (King's Coll. 
Adm. Reg.; Who's Who, 1938.) 

AINSWORTH, DAVID. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 30, 1842. 3rd s. of Thomas. B. Aug. 21, 1823, at 
Preston, Lanes. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1842. 
Civil Law Trip., 1st Class, 1847; LL.B. 1864. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 4, 1843. Called to the Bar, 1849; name 
withdrawn, Apr. 19, 1870. Special pleader. An Income Tax 
Commissioner. Of Backbarrow, Ulverston, Lanes. J. P. and 
D.L. for Lancashire. Married and had issue. Died Apr. 7, 
1907. (Foster, Men at the Bar; Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

AINSWORTH, HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 16, 1758. 
S. of Richard, husbandman, of Lanes. Bapt. Sept. 21, 1737, 
at Gorton. School, Manchester (Mr Pumell). Matric. Michs. 
1758. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Chester) Sept. 20, 
1761; priest (Coventry and Lichfield) June 20, 1762. (St 
John's CoU. Adm., in. 651.) 



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AiNSWORTH, John Lees 

AINSWORTH, JOHN LEES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 3, 
1837. Matric. Michs. 1837. Perhaps John Lees Ainsworth, 
of Oldham, Lanes., bom, i8ro, became a Roman Catholic, 
1871; afterwards of Bod Evw, St Asaph, North Wales. 
Married in 1839 Sophia, dau. of the iRev. John Hanmer, 
M.A. (Oxon.), V. of H anm er, FUnts., and granddaughter of 
Sir Thomas Hanmer, of Hanmer Hall, Flints. [She became 
a Roman Catholic, 1850, and a Redemptorist Nun at Drum- 
condra, Dublin.] Died 1873. (W. G. Gorman, Converts to 
Rome; Foster, Baronetage, sub Hanmer.) 

AINSWORTH, NIGEL VICTOR, see COMBE. 

AINSWORTH, RICHARD. Adm. (age 20) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 
1891. S. and h. of Richard, master-grocer, deceased, of 
Bolton, Lanes. B. there July 19, 1872. School, Rossall. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. {2gth Wrangler) 1894; M.A. emd 
M.B. 1900. At the Middlesex Hospital, London; Physician 
and House Surgeon. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1899. Of Lytham 
House, Kirkby, near Liverpool. {The Medical Directory, 
1938.) 

AINSWORTH, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 
Oct. 19, 1814. S. of John [Capt., Royal Lanes. Militia]. B. 
at Manchester. School, Manchester (Mr Morton). Matric. 
Michs. 1815; B.A. 1819; M.A. 1822. P.O. of Hartford, 
Cheshire, 1825-47. Of Hartford Hall. Died there May 15, 
1847. (Foster, Lanes. Fam. ; G. Mag., 1847, 11. 329; E. Axon.) 

AINSWORTH, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
May 15, 1835. Of Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar; B.A. 
(24iA Wrangler) 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (London) 
May 26, 1839; priest, June 14, 1840. C. of Upper Chelsea, 
Middlesex, 1841. V. of Gt Carbrooke with Little Carbrooke, 
Norfolk, 1843-5. V. of Kimbolton, Hunts., 1845-67. Chap- 
lain to the Bishop of Manchester. Author, Sermons. Died 
Aug. 23, 1867, aged 53, at Kimbolton. (G. Mag., 1867, 11. 
54I-) 

AINSWORTH, THOMAS GILBERT. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, 
Mar. 27, 1824. S. of Thomas [attorney], of Manchester. 
[B. Oct. 6, 1806.] School, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1824; 
Scholar, 1824. Left without graduating owing to ill-health, 
due to a severe accident in early youth. Made a tour through 
Belgium and up the Rhine in 1828 [for extracts from his 
note-book, on this tour, see Manchester Sch. Reg. (Chetham 
Society), in. 300.] Living, 1874. Brother of William H. A., 
the novelist. [See Trans. Lanes, and Ches. Antiq. Sac., 
XXVII. 32-48, for a pedigree of Ainsworth.] (E. Axon.) 

AINSWORTH DAVIS, JAMES RICHARD, see DAVIS. 

AIRD, MALCOLM RUCKER. Adm. at Clare, July 7, 1891. 
2nd s. of John, Esq., M.P. (created Bart., 1901). B. Aug. 4, 
1872.] School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1891. Of Tile 
Bam, Newbury, Berks. J. P. for Hants. Contractor. Married 
and had issue. Died July 9, 1934, at Newbury. (Burke, 
P. and B.) 

AIREDALE, Baron, see KITSON, ALBERT ERNEST. 

AIREY, JOHN ALFRED [LUMB]. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Apr. 23, 1841. S. of John, clerk, of Ings (sic), 
Westmorland. B. there Feb. 8, 1823. School, Christ's 
Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1841 (J. A. Lumb); Scholar, 1841; 
B.A. (2nd Wrangler) 1846; M.A. 1849; incorp. at Durham, 
1849. Ord. deacon (Durham) Dec. 12, 1846; priest, Dec. 18, 
1847. Assistant Master at Durham School, 1846-50; at 
Merchant Taylors' School, 1850-87. St Matthew's Day 
Preacher, 1852. Townshend Lecturer at St Magnus the 
Martyr, London Bridge, 1853 and 1865. C. of St Clement's, 
Eastcheap, 1870-87. R. of St Helen's, Bishopsgate with St 
Martin Outwich, 1887-1909. A good musician; one of the 
founders of the Cambridge University Musical Society. Died 
July 4, 1909, aged 86, at St Helen's Rectory, Finsbury 
Square, E.G. (Christ's Hospital Reg.; The Times, July 6 and 
20, 1909.) 

AIREY, LIONEL TALBOT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
Oct. 10, 1883. S. of Julius Talbot, of 5, Upper Berkeley 
Street, Portman Square, London. Matric. Michs. 1883. 

AIREY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Trinity, Oct. 21, 
i8ii; from Oxford. S. of Thomas, clerk. B. at Selside, 
Westmorland. School, Kendal, Westmorland (Mr Sampson). 
Matric. Michs. 1811; B.A. 1814; M.A. 1823. Matric. (Merton 
College, Oxford) June i, 1810, age 21. Ord. deacon (Bristol, 
LUt. dim. from Peterborough) June 1814; priest (Peterb.j 
1815. C. of St George's, Kendal, 1827-9. P-C of Grayrigg, 
Westmorland, 1829-34. Perhaps P.C. of Peele, Lanes., 
1834-62. Of Holme Park, Lambrigg, in 1883. Disappears 
from Crockford in 1886. (Al. Oxon.; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

AIREY, THOMAS ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 18, 1893. S. of John. B. Jan. 9, 1875, at Ramsay, Isle 
of Man. Schools, King Edward VI, Birmingham, and Dean 
Close Memorial, Cheltenham. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 
1897. In the Barbados Civil Service till 1902. Assistant 
District Commissioner in Nigeria, 1902-. (Peile, 11. 782.) 



Airy, Reginald 

AIRY, BASIL REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 16, 
1863. S. of William (1825), clerk. B. Apr. 20, 1845, at 
Keysoe, Beds. School, King Edward's, Birmingham (Mr 
Evans). Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. {27th Wrangler) 1868; 
M.A. 1871. Ord. deacon, 1868; priest (Ely) 1869. C. of 
Wisbech St Mary, 1868-70. Held other curacies, 1870-3. V. 
of Whitwell, Yorks., 1873-86. V. of St John the Evangehst, 
Torquay, 1886-1924. Chaplain (Vol.) to the Devon and 
Somerset Engineers and to the Devon Royal Engineers 
(Territorial) for 24 years. Chaplain to the High Sherifi of 
Yorkshire, 1890. Died Jan. 15, 1924, aged 78, at Torquay. 
Half-brother of the next and of Eustace W. (1894) ; father of 
Reginald (1896). (Vis. of England and Wales, vii.) 

AIRY, BERNARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 
1892. S. of WiUiam (1825), clerk, of 51, Ashbumham Road, 
Bedford. B. Aug. 15, 1873, at Keysoe, Beds. School, Bed- 
ford Grammar (Mr Phillpotts). Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 
1895; M.A. 1905. Solicitor, 1898 (Beamish, Hanson, Airy 
and Co.). Of 3, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 2, 
and 46, Roehampton Close, S.W. 15. Died May 12, 1937. 
Brother of Eustace W. (1894) and half-brother of the above. 
(Law List, 1936; The Times, May 15, 1937.) 

AIRY, EUSTACE WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 16, 
1894. S. of WUUam (1825), clerk. B. Feb. i, 1875, at Bed- 
ford. School, Bedford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1894; 
B.A. 1897. Brother of Bernard J. (1892), etc. 

AIRY, GEORGE BIDDELL. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 7, 1819. S. of William. B. July 27, 1801, at Alnwick, 
Northumberland. School, Colchester Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1819; Scholar, 1822; 1st Smith's Prizeman; B.A. 
(Senr. Wrangler) 1823; M.A. 1826; incorp. at Oxford, 1830. 
FeUow, 1824; Hon. Fellow, 1867. Tutor, 1824-6. Hon. LL.D. 
1862. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1844. LL.D. (Edin.) 1848. Lucasian 
Professor of Mathematics, 1826-8. Plumian Professor of 
Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy, 1828-36. Director 
of the Cambridge Observatory, 1828-36. Introduced an 
improved system of meridian observations; superintended 
the erection of several instruments and devised the equatorial 
mount for the Cauchoix 12-in. lens. Astronomer Royal, 1835- 
81; completely re-equipped the Royal Observatory with 
instruments designed by himself. Created at Greenwich a 
magnetic and meteorological department. F.R.S., 1836. Gold 
medal, 1846. Controlled the British Expeditions to observe the 
transit of Venus in 1874. C.B., 1871. K.C.B., 1872. Received 
the Telford medal (Inst.E.E.) for a paper on suspension 
bridges, 1867. A member of the French Institute and of other 
foreign scientific bodies. Received Orders from several 
foreign governments. Married Richarda, dau. of Richard 
Smith, R. of Edensor, Derbs., Mar. 24, 1830. Of the White 
House, Greenwich, and of Playford, Suffolk. Author, 
astronomical, etc. Died Jan. 2, 1892, aged 90, at Greenwich. 
Buried at Playford. Brother of William (1825); father of 
Hubert (next), Osmond (1863) and Wilfrid (1854). (D.N.B., 
Suppl. I.) 

AIRY, HUBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 24, 1856. S. of 
George Biddell (above). Astronomer Royal. B. June 14, 1838, 
at Greenwich, Kent. School, Blackheath Proprietary, Kent 
(MrSelwyn). Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar, 1859; B.A. (Class. 
Trip., 1st Class) 1861; M.A. 1864; M.B. 1869; M.D. 1870. 
Examiner in Sanitary Science. Medical Inspector to the 
Local Government Board. Author of various Sanitary 
Reports to that Board. Of Stoke House, Woodbridge, Suffolk. 
Died June i, 1903, at Woodbridge. Brother of Osmond 
(next) and Wilfrid (1854). (Scott, MSS.) 

AIRY, OSMOND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 14, 1863. S. of 
George Biddell (1819). B. Oct. 29, 1845, at Greenwich, 
Kent. School, Blackheath Proprietary (MrSelwyn). Matric. 
Michs. 1864; Prizeman; B.A. (27** Wrangler) 1868; M.A. 
1871; LL.D. (St Andrew's) 1899. Assistant Master at Black- 
heath Proprietary School, 1868; at Wellington College, 1868- 
76. Inspector of Schools at Birmingham, 1876. Divisional 
Inspector, and Inspector of Training Colleges, 1904-10; 
retired. Of Crowthome, Berks. Married and had issue. 
Author, historical ; contributor to the Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica, and to the D.N.B. Died Nov. 30, 1928, aged 83, at 
Crowthome, Berks. Brother of Wilfrid (1854) and the above. 
(Vis. of England and Wales, vii; The Times, Dec. 3 and 4, 
1928.) 

AIRY REGINALD. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 1, 1896. S. of 
BasU Reginald (1863), V. of St John's, Torquay, Devon. 
B May 15 1877, at Whitwell, Yorks. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1911. Assistant 
Master at Bristol Grammar School, 1903-5; at Bede Colle- 
giate School, Sunderiand, 1905-9; at the City of London 
School, 1909-11. Head Master of the County School, 
Bromley, Kent, 1911-26-. Author, Westminster (Bell's 
Series, Handbooks to the Great Public Schools). (School- 
masters' Directory, 1926-7.) 



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Airy, Wilfrid 

AIRY, WILFRID. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Apr. 27, 
1854. S. and h. of George Biddell (1819), Astronomer Royal, 
of Greenwich. B. there Sept. 19, 1836. School, Clapham, 
London (Mr Pritchard). Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar, 1856; 
B.A. 1859. A member of the Institute of Civil Engineers. 
Of Greenwich, Kent, and of P'avford, Suffolk. Lived latterly 
at the White House, Groom's Hill, Greenwich. Author, 
Levelling and Geodesy; Weighing Machines. Died Oct. 8, 
1925, aged 89, at Playford. Brother of Hubert (1856), etc. 

AIRY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 10 
1825. S. of William. B. Mar. 23, 1807, at Hereford. School, 
Bury, Suffolk (Mr Malkin). Matric. Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829; 
M.A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 6, 1830; priest, 
June 5, 1831. R. of Bradfield St Clare, Suffolk, 1833-6. V. 
of Kej'soe, Beds., 1836-74. R. of Swineshead, Hunts., 
1845-74; Rural Dean. Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of 
Manchester. Author, archaeological. Died Aug. 19, 1874, 
aged 67. Buried at Keysoe. Brother of George B. (1819); 
father of Basil R. (1863), Bernard J. (1892) and Eustace W. 
(1894). {Vis. of England and Wales, vii; Bury Sch. Reg.) 

AISLABIE, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pem- 
broke, Mar. 18, 1785. S. and h. of Rawson, merchant, of 
London. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1785; Scholar; B.A. 1789; 
M.A. 1792. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 9, 1788. Called 
to the Bar, 1793. Ord. deacon (York) Oct. 19, 1800. R. of 
Holywell with Needingworth, Hunts., 1804-43. Died 1843, 
aged 74. One WiUiam Aislabie, Assistant Master at Repton 
School, 1818-27; Head Master of Church Broughton School, 
Derbs., 1835-44; died Nov. 1844. {F.M.G., 191; G. Mag., 
1843, I. 664; Repton Sch. Reg.) 

AISLABIE, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, 
Jan. 13, 1826. S. of Benjamin [wine merchant in the Minories, 
London]. B. Nov. 29, 1804, in London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Lent, 1826; B.A. 1830; Tyrwhitt Prize. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Sept. 27, 1829; priest, June 6, 1830. C. of St 
Peter's, Maidstone, 1847. R. of Alpheton, Suffolk, 1848-76. 
[His father Benjamin Aislabie was a well-known cricketer and 
member of the M.C.C., 1802-41; Hon. Secretary, 1822-42; 
his bust is in the pavilion at Lord's. Died June 2, 1842.] 
Died Mar. 28, 1876. (R. A. Austen-Leigh, Etoniana.) 

AITCHISON, [CHARLES WILLIAM] HAMILTON. Adm. at 
Clare, June 15, 1889. Matric. Michs. 1889 (Charles WiUiam 
H.); B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon, 1894; priest 
(Lincoln) 1895; C. of Thurlby, Lines., 1894-8. V. of Norton 
Disney, 1898-1908. V. of Holme with Langford, 1908-23. 
V. of Harmston, 1923-31. Of Dykes End, South CoUingham, 
Newark, 1938. (Crockford, 1938.) 

AITCHISON, GOWRIE COLQUHOUN. Matric. pens, from 
Queens', Easter, 1881. [S. of C.T., General, C.B., of Poona, 
Bombay, India. School, Clifton College.] Served in the Great 
War (Lieut. -Col., 5th Sherwood Foresters; mentioned in 
despatches). At Poona, Bombay, India, 1925. Of Llanberis, 
North Wales, in 1939. (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Univ. War List; 
Queens' Coll. Club, 1939.) 

AITCHISON, JOHN CHARLES. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 12, 1900. 
[S. of J. G., of Cullercoats, Northumberland. B. July 23, 
1881.] School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1904; 
M.A. 1911. Solicitor; of i, Beverley Terrace, Cullercoats, in 
1910. Occurs in Reg. of the Senate, 1937. {Repton Sch. Reg.) 

AITKEN, ROBERT MENPES. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1898. S. of Thomas [banker], of Kemback, Keswick Road, 
Putney, London. B. Mar. 11, 1879, at Dulwich, London. 
School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901. 

AITKENS, ALBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 7, 1846. 
S. of John Mackell, Esq., deceased. B. Apr. 13, 1828, at 
Chapel Street, Grosvenor Place, London. [School, Rugby.] 
Matric. Michs. 1846; B.A. 1850. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 
1851; priest, 1852; C. of Trinity Church, Maidstone, Kent, 
1851-3. Held other curacies, 1853-62. V. of Highcliffe, 
Christchurch, Hants., 1862-71. V. of Stopsley, Beds., 1871- 
2. C. of Holy Trinity, Bedford, 1872-80; and Chaplain to 
the Bedford Infinnary. Chaplain to the Royal United Hos- 
pital, Bath, i88o-a. V. of Stowupland, Suffolk, 1890-9. 
Lie. pr., dios. Chichester and Canterbury, 1899-1902; 
dio. of Winchester, 1903-11. Resided latterly at Boscombe, 
Hants. Died there Feb. 10, 191 1, aged 83. Buried at High- 
cliffe. Father of George (1874). {Genealog. Mag., iv. 349; 
R. F. Scott.) 

AITKENS, ALFRED GAMELIUS. Matric. Non-CoU. Jan. 28, 
1896; from Ayerst H.; B.A. 1902. Ord. deacon, 1903; 
priest (Norwich) 1905; C. of Tottenhill with Wormegay, 
Norfolk, 1903-6. C. of Bacton, 1906-11. R. of Stanstead, 
Suffolk, 1911-23. V. of TottenhiU with Wormegay, 1923- 
37-. {Crockford, 1938.) 

AITKENS, FERDINAND. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1879. 

AITKENS, GEORGE. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1874. S. of 
Albert (1846), clerk, of Ashbumham Road, Bedford. B. 



Akroyd, Samuel Fisher 

Jan. II, 1855. School, Haileybury. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
May 4, 1876; B.A. 1898. Ord. deacon, 1879; priest (Lichfield) 
1880. C. of WeUington, Salop, 1879-80. Missionary at Turtle 
Mountains, Manitoba, Canada, 1882-6. V. of Monganui, 
Auckland, New Zealand, 1886-8. V. of Picton, 1889-93. V. 
of Foxton, Nelson, 1893-6. C. of Stowupland, Suffolk, 1898- 
9. R. of Stanstead, 1902-11. V. of Cobble HiU with Shawni- 
gan, British Columbia, 1911-17. V. of Salt Spring Island, 
1917-21; retired. Lie. pr., in Columbia, 1921-36-. Of Salt 
Spring Island, British Columbia, in 1937. {Genealog. Mag., 
IV. 1900-1; Crockford, 1938; Haileybury Sch. Reg.) 

AITKIN, CHARLES EDMUND, see AIKIN. 

AKBAR, MASS THAJOON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 3, 
1900. [S. of M. S. J., merchant and planter. B. June 15, 
1880. School, Royal College, Colombo.] Matric. Michs. 1900; 
Exhibitioner; Scholar; Prizeman; B.A. 1903; LL.B. 1904. 
Barrister-at-law (Gray's Inn), 1904. Crown Counsel in 
Ceylon 1909-. Crown acting additional District Judge, 
Colombo, 19 1 8-. Solicitor-General and a member of the 
Legislative Council, 1924-9. K.C., 1925. A member of the 
Executive CouncU of Ceylon, 1927-9. Acting Attorney- 
General, 1927-8. Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court, 
Colombo, 1929-36-. Of Colombo, Ceylon. Chairman and 
Founder of the Prevention of Crime Association, Ceylon. 
Assistant-editor of Roman-Dutch Laiv; Surges Colonial Laws, 
Vol. IV. {Who's Who, 1938.) 

AKBAR, SYED SAIF UD DEEN ALL Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July 25, 1898. S. of Nawab Akbar Jung Bahadoor, C.S.I. 
B. Apr. 10, 1879, in Hyderabad, Deccan. Schools, St George's 
Grammar and Nizam's CoUege, Hyderabad. Matric. Michs 
1898. 

AKED, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 24, 1772. Of 
Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1772; Scholar, 1773. Probably ord. 
deacon (York) Oct. 15, 1786; 'B.A., late of Queens' CoUege, 
Cambridge.' V. of Garton, Yorks., 1789-92. V. of Humble- 
ton, 1789-92. Died 1792. (Poulson, Holderness, 11. 55, 66; 
Scott, MSS.) 

AKEHURST, PELL. Adm. (age 18) at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Aug. 16, 1763. S. of Robert. Bapt. Aug. 6, 1743, at 
Ely St Mary's, Cambs. Matric. Michs. 1763; B.A. 1768; M.A. 
1771. Fellow, 1766-84. Proctor, 1775. R. of Buckland, 
Herts., 1784-1802. Died Nov. 6, 1802. {Eton Coll. Reg.) 

AKENHEAD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Dec. 14, 1866. S. of 
David, V. of Sand Hutton, Yorks. B. May 25, 1848, at 
Bishop Wearmouth. School, Rugby. Matric. Lent, 1867; 
B.A. 1870. Resident at Gate Helmsley, Yorks., in 1890; 
afterwards of Acomb Park, York. Died intestate, leaving 
£100,000, June 6, 1908, at Balmacara, N.B. {Venn, 11. 378.) 

AKENSIDE, MARK. M.D. {Lit. Reg.) 1753. Physician and Poet. 
F.R.C.P., F.R.S., 1753. Died June 23, 1770. {D.N.B.; 
Munk, II. 168.) 

AKERMAN, CONRAD. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1897. S. of Sir 
John WilUam, K.C.M.G., of Ealing, W. B. Oct. 8, 1878, at 
Pietermaritzburg, Natal. School, Leys, Cambridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900; M.A., M.B. and B.C., 1906. At 
St Thomas's Hospital, London. In medical practice at 
Pietermaritzburg, Natal. M.B.E., 1918. Of Pietermaritz- 
burg, Natal, South Africa, 1936; retired. {Venn, 11. 551; 
Reg. of the Senate, 1935; Medical Directory, 1938.) 

AKERS, JAMES RAMSAY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
June 27, 1831. 2nd s. of .\retas, Esq., of St Christopher's, W. 
Indies [purchased the Abbey Town Mailing, Kent; died 
1816]. Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1840. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, May 10, 1836; withdrew, Nov. 26, 1844. 
Married Maria Louisa Goodrich, of Dedham, Essex [not 
mentioned in the Akers pedigree in Caribbeana, iv. 100; he 
was doubtless named after his maternal grandfather, the 
Rev. James Ramsay, R. of Christ Church, St Kitts, and later 
R. of Teston, Kent.] Died Apr. 27, 1876, at Tunbridge WeUs, 
Kent. (His mother resided at Burlington House, Mount 
Sion, Tunbridge WeUs, and died there May 2, 1842.) {Venn, 
II. 216; Burke, L.G.) 

AKHTAR, MOHAMMAD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 16, 
1893. Matric. Michs. 1893 (Syed Mohamad). Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 18, 1893, age 23; 2nd s. of Mohamad 
IsmaU, of Shahjahaupur, India. Died 1898. (R. P. Paran- 

jpye.) 

AKROYD, SAMUEL FISHER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 7, 
1864. S. of John, of Croydon, Surrey. B. Sept. 24, 1845, in 
London. School, Radley (Mr Norman). Matric. Michs. 1865; 
B.A. 1869; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon, 1870; priest (Win- 
chester) 1872; C. of Norbiton, 1870-5. C. of Hailsham, 
1876-87. C.-in-charge of Polegate, 1876-87. V. of Crow- 
borough, Kent, 1887-1926. Surrogate, dio. Chichester, 
1915-26. Died Mar. 6, 1926, aged 80. Buried at Crow- 
borough. {Radley Sch. Reg.) 



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Alabaster, Ernest 

ALABASTER, ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 26, 1899. 
S. of Henry, of the Siamese Consular Service. B. Feb. 6, 
1872, at Twickenham, Middlesex. School, St Paul's; also in 
Switzerland. Ma trie. Lent, 1899. Advanced Student in 
Oriental Studies. Adm. at the Inner Temple. Called to the 
Bar, 1899. Entered the Chinese Customs Service as Assistant 
at Amoy, 1899. Acting Commissioner of Customs at Wuchow, 
Kwangsi province, 1901. Assistant Statistical Secretary, 
Inspectorate General of Customs, Shanghai, 1904. Deputy 
Commissioner of Customs, Canton, 1908; of Likin, Kiangsu 
province, 1908-; of Foochow, 1913. Decorated by the 
Chinese Government, 1904. Author, Notes and Commen- 
taries on Chinese Criminal Law, etc. (Peile, 11. 832.) 

ALBAN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Peterhouse, Feb. 20, 
1785. A 'Twenty-year' man. R. of Culmington, Salop, 
1800-4. R. of Snead, Montgom., 1802-35. V. of Llandrillo- 
yn-Rhos, Denbs., 1816-35. Died 1835. See also Al. Oxon. 
for his son Thomas, who succeeded his father as R. of Snead, 
1835, and was probably R. of LaneUian, Denbs., 1831-58, 
when he died. (T. A. Walker, 353; Scott, MSS.; G. Mag., 
1859, I. 99.) 

ALBEMARLE, Earl of, see KEPPEL, WILLIAM CHARLES. 

ALBERGA, JEROME. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 7, 1872. 
S. of David Judah. B. May 15, 1854, at Kingston, Jamaica. 
Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1880. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Oct. 30, 1875; s. of David Judah, merchant, 
of Maida Hill, Middlesex. Called to the Bar, 1880. 

ALBERT, H.R.H. The Prince Consort, PRINCE OF SAXE 
COBURG AND GOTHA. Adm. nobleman at Trinity, 
Oct. 26, 1843. Matric. Michs. 1843; LL.D. {Com. Reg.) 1843. 
Chancellor of the University, 1847-61. Died Dec. 14, 1861. 

ALBERT EDWARD, H.R.H., see WALES, PRINCE OF. 

ALBERT VICTOR CHRISTIAN EDWARD, H.R.H. ; afterwards 
DUKE OF CLARENCE, see WALES, PRINCE OF. 

ALBRIGHT, GEORGE STACEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 
1875. S. of Arthur, of Birmingham. B. there June 15, 1855. 
School, Grove House, Tottenham, London. Matric. Michs. 
1875; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class) 1879; M.A. 1883. 
Football (rugby) 'blue,' 1877. Manufacturer; of Bromes- 
berrow Place, Ledbury. J. P. County Alderman, Worcs. 
Chairman of the Higher Education Committee. During the 
Great War on the Airships Committee of the Board of 
Invention and Research. C.B.E., 1920. Of Bromsberrow 
Place, Ledbury, in 1938. (Burke, O.B.E. Biographies.) 

ALCOCK, ARTHUR FRANK. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 
12, 1890. S. of John, cotton manufacturer [died May, 1890] 
B. Nov. 25, 1870, at Highfield, Bredbury, Stockport. School, 
Owens College. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. (Man- 
chester). A Solicitor. Anthoi, Hints on Coxing. Of 35 Windsor 
Road, Evesham. Died Dec. 30, 1937. (E. A. B. Barnard.) 

ALCOCK, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1868. 
Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1876. 
Ord. deacon, 1872; priest (Winchester) 1873; C. of Limps- 
field, 1872-4. Held other curacies, 1874-82. C. of Harbledown, 
Kent; and Reader of St Nicholas Hospital, 1882-93. R- of 
Edburton, Sussex, 1893-6. R. of Barham, Kent, 1896-1908. 
Resided latterly at 1, Dry Hill Road, Tonbridge. Died Aug. 27, 
1915, aged 72, at BexhiU. Buried at Barham. (Scott, MSS.) 

ALCOCK, JAMES. Matric. Non-Coil. Easter, 1882. Mus.B. 
1886. Assistant Master at Newcastle High School, 1883- 
1910. Died 1910. {Newcastle High Sch. Reg.) 

ALCOCK, JOHN [PRICE]. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 17, 
1826. School, Bromsgrove. Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1831; 
M.A. 1835 (John Price). Ord. deacon (Lichfield, Litt. dim 
from Canterbury) 1831; priest (Canterbury) 1834. C. of 
Otford, Kent. Minor Canon of Rochester, 1836-47. V. of 
Strood, 1846-7. V. of Woodnesborough, 1846-7. V. of 
Ashford, 1847-87. Rural Dean of Charing (Eastern Div.) 
1848-87; Surrogate. A Six preacher of Canterbury, 1858-91 ; 
Hon. Canon, 1866-91. Died Aug. 11, 1891, aged 84. Buried 
at Crayford. {Cant. Act Bk.; The Records of Rochester.) 

ALCOCK, JOHN TREVOR. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 18, 
1809. Matric. Michs. 1809; Scholar; B.A. 1813. 

ALCOCK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 25, 1782. 
S. of William, farmer, of Hale, Cheshire. B. Mar. 19, 1749, 
at Cheadle Buikeley, near Stockport, Cheshire. School, 
Manchester. Scholar, 1782. Did not matriculate or graduate. 
[Name off Oct. 12, 1786.] See Al. Oxon for a contemporary 
namesake. {St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

ALCOCK-BECK, WILLIAM, see TOWERS. 

ALDAM, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 2, 1832. 
[S. of William of Leeds, Yorks., formerly Pease; assumed 
the surname of Aldam, 1810. B. Aug. 20, 1813.] 4th Wrangler, 
1836; did not take his degree. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
May 2, 1834. Called to the Bar, 1839. Of Frickley Hall, 
Yorks., and of Healey Hall, Northumberland. J. P. and D.L. 
M.P. for Leeds, 1841-7. Chairman of the West Riding 
Quarter Sessions, 1877-90. High Sheriff of Yorks., 1878. 
Chairman of the Finance Committee, West Riding County 



Alder, Wilfrid 

CouncU. Married Mary Stables, dau. of the Rev. Godfrey 
Wright, of Bilham House, near Doncaster, Nov. 13, 1845. 
Died July 27, 1890, at Healey, Northumberland. Father of 
the next. (Burke, L.G.; F.M.G., in.) 

ALDAM [post WARDE-ALDAM], WILLIAM WRIGHT. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, July 11, 1872. S. of William (above), of 
Frickley, Yorks. B. there Dec. 10, 1853. School, Uppingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1879. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Apr. 10, 1874. Of Frickley Hall, Doncaster, 
and of Ederline, Argyllshire, N.B. High Sheriff of Yorks., 
1905-6. J. P. and D.L. for the West Riding, J. P. for Argylls. 
Assumed by Royal Licence the additional name of Warde, 
1878, on his marriage with Sarah Julia, dau. of the Rev. 
WiUiam Warde, of Hooton Pagnell Hall, Doncaster. Died 
Apr. 23, 1925, at Frickley. (Burke, L.G.) 

ALDER, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, May 29, 
1858. S. of Gilbert (1820), R. of Hurstboume Tarrant, 
Andover, Hants. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 
1865. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1863; priest (Lichfield) 1863; C. of 
Swaffham Prior, Cambs., 1863. V. of Etwall, Derbs., 1863- 
89. R. of Sleventon, Hants., 1889-1901. Died there Jan. 6, 
1901, aged 61. Brother of Herbert (1863). (Scott, MSS.) 

ALDER, EDWARD THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 27, 1817. Of Middlesex. S. of Joseph. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. Michs. i8i8; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1825. Ord. 
deacon, 1823; priest, 1824. P.C. of Metfield, Norfolk, 1840- 

8. C. of St Mary's, Bungay, 1848-50. P.C. of St Matthew's, 
Islington, 1851-60. Married Eliza Edwards, of Wantisden, 
Suffolk, 1825. Died Dec. 2, i860, aged 60. Probably brother 
of William (1828). {T. A. Walker, 401; Merchant Taylors' 
Sch. Reg.) 

ALDER, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 23, 
1841. S. of George. B. at Hull. School, Kingston-on-HuU, 
Yorks. (Mr Francis). Matric. Michs. 1841. Migrated to 
Queens', Nov. 3, 1842; Chancellor's Medal (English), 1859; 
B.A. i860; M.A. 1863. C. of St John the Evangelist, St 
Pancras, London, in 1861. Occurs in Clergy Lists, 1864-82, 
without cure. Not in Crockford. Brother of Henry R. (1843). 

ALDER, GEORGE ALENBY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1899. Did not reside. 

ALDER, GILBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity Hall, 
Mar. 16, 1820. Matric. Michs. 1820; Scholar, 1821; LL.B. 
1826. Ord. deacon (Ely) Apr. 11, 1824; priest, May 29, 1825. 
C. of Stanford-Rivers, Essex, 1841-6. V. of Vemham Dean, 
1845-71. R. of Hurstboume Tarrant, Hants., 1846-87; 
Rural Dean; Surrogate. Probably married Elizabeth, dau. 
of Peter Davey, of Champion Hill, at St Giles', Camberwell, 
Apr. 26, 1827; being then described as of Little Hampton 
[Littlehampton], Sussex. Died June 13, 1887, aged 87. M.I. 
at Hurstboume Tarrant. Father of Edward (1858) and 
Herbert (1863). {Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S., i. 34.) 

ALDER, HENRY ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 1, 1843. S. of George. B. at Hull. School, Kingston- 
on-Hull, Yorks. (Mr Francis). Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar, 
1845; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1847; M.A. 1850. Ord. 
deacon, 1849; priest (York) 1850; C. of Christ Church, 
Sculcoates, 1849-52. P.C. of St Mary's, Bamsley, 1852-63. 
P.C. of St Leonard's, near Tring, Bucks., 1863-8. Dean of 
Capetown, 1868-70. C. of Somersham, Hunts., 1870-4. 
C. of St Peter's, Eastbourne, Sussex, 1878-83. Resided 
latterly at Gt Malvern. Died there Jan. 13, 1911, aged 86. 
Brother of George (1841); father of the next and of Wilfrid 
(1895). (Scott, MSS.) 

ALDER, HENRY ST AUSTIN. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 
S. and h. of Henry Robert (above), late Dean of Capetown, 
South Africa. B. Aug. 25, 1874, at Eastbourne. Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896. Brother of Wilfrid (1895). 

ALDER HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, June 15, 
1863. S. of Gilbert (1820), clerk, of Hurstboume Tarrant, 
Andover. B. 1844, at Kelvedon Hatch. Matric. Michs. 1863; 
B.A. 1867; M.A. 1881. Ord. deacon, 1867; priest (Exeter) 
1868. C. of Seaton and Beer, Devon, 1867-9. C. of Bride- 
stowe and Sourton, 1869-71. V. of Crofton, Hants., 1871-4. 
R. of Steventon, 1874-86. V. of Walerbeach, Cambs., i886- 

9. V. of Caynham, Salop, 1889-1911. Died Aug. 22, 1911, 
aged 66. Brotherof Edward (1858). {R.'P. Scott; The Times, 
Aug. 25, 1911.) 

ALDER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 31. 1798. Of 
Lines. Matric. Michs. 1798; Scholar. 

ALDER, WILFRID. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 29, 1895. 
S. of Henry Robert (1843), clerk, of St Werstan's, Gt Mal- 
vern, Worcs. B. Apr. 13, 1876, at Eastbourne, Sussex. 
School, CUfton, near Bristol (not in Clifton Coll. Reg.). 
Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Entered the 
Indian Civil Service, 1899. Accountant-General, Bihar and 
Orissa, 1912; Punjab, 1913; Bombay, 1917; United Pro- 
vinces, 1917. Official Controller of Currency, Calcutta, 1919; 
retired, 1926. O.B.E., 1919. CLE., 1923. Brother of Henry 
St A. (1893). {Who's Who, 1938.) 



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Alder, William 

ALDER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Peterhouse, 
Mar. 28, 1828. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 
1832. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 23, 1832; priest, May 25, 
1834. C. of Lamarsh, Essex, in 1841. V. of White Notley, 
Essex, 1843-50; remained unbeneficed. Married, at White 
Notley, Mary Anne, dau. of Sturgeon Nunn Brewster, of 
White Notley Hall, Feb. 8, 1834. Died s.p. Apr. 9, 1876, 
aged 70, at 6, Gordon Street, Gordon Square, London. 
Buried at Highgate. Probably brother of Edward T. (1817). 
{Vis. of England and WaUs, xiii, sub Brewster.) 

ALDER, WILLIAM ROWLAND. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 10, 1785. S. of William, Esq., of Homcliffe, Durham. 
B Jan 7, 1762. School, Newcastle (Mr Moises). Matric. 
Michs. 1785; Scholar, 1785; B.A. 1789; M.A. 1792. Adm. at 
the Middle Temple, Feb. 23, 1789. Called to the Bar, 1795- 
Of Norham, Northumberland. Married Mary Anne, dau. of 
John Hanson, of Bloomsbury Place, London, Oct. 10, 1828, 
at Clifton, Bristol. [Her previous marriage to John Charles, 
3rd Earl of Portsmouth, in 1814, was annulled by decree of 
the Lord Chancellor, 1828.] Died Feb. 1847. Buried at 
Norham. M.I. {BxiiiedVeb. i-j; Univ. Pari. Reg.). {St John's 
Coll. Adm., IV. 103; C. R. Hudleston.) 

ALDERMAN, WILLIAM JARDINE. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Apr. 15, 1828. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1828. Migrated 
to St John's, Dec. 22, 1828; of Northants. {sic). 

ALDERSEY, HUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 1877. 
S. and h. of Thomas, of Aldersey Hall, Chester. B. there 
Feb. 2, 1858. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1882. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 21, 1879. Of Aldersey and 
Spurstow, Cheshire; succeeded to the family estate, 1899. 
Lord of the Manors of Aldersey and Handley. J. P. for Ches- 
hire. A well-known horticulturist; received many awards 
from the Royal Horticultural Society for raising new varieties 
of flowers. Married and had issue. Died Jan. 4, 1931, at 
Aldersey. {Cambridge Review, Jan. 16, 1931; Burke, L.G.; 
The Times, Jan. 6, 1931.) 

ALDERSEY, HUGH ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 5, 1847. S. of Samuel, of Aldersey Hall, Chester. [B. 
Nov. 19, 1828. School, Rugby.] Matric. Lent, 1848. Died 
Dec. 24, 1848. {Rugby Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.) 

ALDERSON, AUGUSTUS DIXWELL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 4, 1889. 2nd s. of Mrs .■Mderson, of Norton Lees, Meers- 
brook, Sheffield [and William Marmaduke Dixwell, Capt., 
2nd Queen's Royal Regt., late of Scalby Lodge, Yorks., 
deceased]. B. Feb. 10, 1869, at Scarborough. Matric. Michs. 
1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon, 1893; priest 
(Norwich) 1894; C. of Lowestoft, 1893-5. C. of St Leonards- 
on-Sea, 1897-9. V. of Tickhill, Yorks., 1899-1911. P.C. of 
Tockwith, 1913-21. V. of Ganton, Yorks., 1921-6. V. of 
Loversall, 1929-33. R. of Todwick, 1933-7-. Brother of 
Marmaduke J. G. (1886). {Vis. of England and Wales, xii; 
Crockford, 1938.) 

ALDERSON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age c. 34) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 16, 1771. R. of Langton-on-Swale, Yorks. S. 
of Jonathan, of High Ewbank in Brough, Westmorland [and 
EUzabeth, dau. of Christopher Alderson, of Keld-in-Swale- 
dale]. Bapt. Aug. 4, 1737. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 
1781; B.D. 1782. Ord. deacon (Chester) Sept. 21, 1760; 
priest, Sept. 6, 1761; C. of Howgill, Yorks., 1761. R. of 
Langton-upon-Swale, 1768-77. R. of Eckington, Derbs., 
1769-99. Chaplain to the Marquis of Lothian. V. of Drayton 
and Askham, Notts., 1772. P.C. of Tickhill, Yorks., 1774; 
rebuilt the parsonage house. V. of Wadsworth, 1778. R. of 
Oddington, Gloucs., 1779-85. C. of Aston, Yorks., to WiUiam 
Mason the 'parson-poet' whom he succeeded as R. of Aston, 
1797-1811, and whose executor he was. Devoted to garden- 
ing; employed to lay out the grounds at Kew for Queen 
Caroline. Married Elizabeth, dau. of William Ball, Steward 
in the Holdemess family at Aston, 1767. Died Mar. 27, 1814, 
aged 76, at Eckington. Buried at Aston. Father of Jonathan 
(1788) and WilUam (1790). {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; F. A. Crisp, 
Notes, x; G. Mag.; L. Whibley.) 

ALDERSON, CHRISTOPHER WESTBY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
Apr. 30, 1756. S. of Thomas. Of Burghwallis, Yorks. Matric. 
.Michs. 1756, as Christopher; B.A. 1760. 

ALDERSON, DENNIS. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 2, 1834. 
S. of Christopher, Esq., of Maesincia, Caernarvon, and 
probably grandson of Christopher (1771). School, Shrews- 
bury. Migrated to Magdalene, Oct. 11, 1834. Matric. Michs. 
1834; Scholar, 1835. [Christopher Alderson, s. of Christopher 
(1771), R. of Eckington, Derbs., married the dau. and heiress 
of Denis Frith, Esq., of Eckington, Derbs.]. Died Apr. 15, 
1838, aged 24, at Cambridge. {F.M.G., 701; Shrewsbury 
Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1838, i. 667.) 

ALDERSON, EDMUND. Adm. sizar at Sr John's, Dec. 14, 
1826. S. of John, clerk, of BIyth, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1827; 



Alderson, George 

B..'^. 1831. Ord. deacon, 1832; priest, 1833. C. of Aslackby, 
Lines., 1845. C. of West Halton, 1847. V. of Aslackby, 
1851-73. Father of the next. 

ALDERSON, EDMUND ALBERT, .^.dm. pens, at St John's, 
June 24, 1859. S. of Edmund (above), clerk. B. Nov. 21, 
1840, at Epworth, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; 
M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon, 1864; priest (Rochester) 1865; C. of 
St Peter's, Colchester, 1864-7. C. of Tean, Staffs., 1868. C. of 
Bolton Percy, Yorks., 1869. Chaplain to the Forces, 1869- 
89. Died Jan. 28, 1890, at Malta. Father of John H. (1893). 
(R. F. Scott; The Guardian, Feb. 12, 1890.) 

ALDERSON, EDWARD HALL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 20, 
1804. S. of Robert, barrister, of Yarmouth, Norfolk. B. 
there 1787. Schools, Seaming (Mr Priest), Charterhouse and 
Bury. Migrated to Caius, May 8, 1805. Matric. Michs. 1805; 
Scholar, 1805-9; B.A. {Senr. Wrangler) 1809; ist Chancellor's 
Medal; Browne Medal; 1st Smith's Prizeman; M.A. 1812. 
FeUow of Caius, 1809-23. Counsel to the University, 1825- 
30. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 12, 1806. Called to the 
Bar, i8n. Reporter to the King's Bench, 1817-22. Knighted, 
Nov. 17, 1830. Serjeant-at-law, 1830. Judge of C.P., 1830. 
Baron of the Exchequer, 1834-57. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1850. A 
life-long friend of Dr Blomfield, Bishop of London. Married 
Georgina Catherine, dau. of Edward Drewe, R. of Willand, 
Devon, Oct. 26, 1823. 'A humane judge'; desired to restrict 
capital punishment. Author, legal, etc. Died Jan. 27, 1857. 
Buried at Risby, Suffolk. Brother of Samuel H. (1805) and 
father of Frederick C. (1854). {Venn, 11. 144; D.N.B.) 

ALDERSON, EDWARD PHILIP STANDLY. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Aug. 20, 1883. S. of Edward Samuel (next), of 
55a, Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington, London. B. 
Sept. 19, 1865, at Bury, Suffolk. School, Highgate, London 
(Mr McDowaU). Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. Adm. 
Solicitor, 1889; practised in London and at Isleworth. Died 
May 3, 1906, aged 40, at Isleworth. (Scott, MSS.) 

ALDERSON, EDWARD SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Dec. 7, 1840. S. and h. of Samuel Hurry (1805), 
clerk. B. 1822, at Sicklesmere, Suffolk. School, Bury, 
Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar, 1844; B.A. {37th 
Wrangler) 1845. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 15, 1842. 
Called to the Bar, 1848. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 25, 
1849. A soUcitor in London. Died Feb. 1903, at Kingston, 
Surrey. Brother of James T. (1842) and father of Edward P. 
S. (above). {S.H.A.H.) 

ALDERSON, FRANK. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 6, 1863. 
S. of Jonathan, Capt. in the Army, deceased. B. Aug. 18, 
1844, at Killermarsh, Derbs. Schools, RossaU and Ton- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1893. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1869; priest, 1871; C. of Bumham Sutton, 
Norfolk, 1869-72. C. of Bodenham, Heref., 1873-4. C. of 
Dudleston, Salop, 1874-6. P.C. there, 1876-88. Resided 
latterly at Gannow Hill, Welsh Frankton, Salop. Died 
Nov. 15, 1900, at Gannow Hill. (Peile, 11. 577.) 

ALDERSON, FREDERICK CECIL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, May 5, 1854. 5th s. of Edward Hall (1804), Baron 
of the Court of Exchequer. B. Apr. 20, 1836. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1861. Rowing 'blue,' 
1856. Ord. deacon (York) 1861; priest (Ely) 1862. C. of 
AmpthiU, Beds., 1861-3. C. of Hursley, Hants., 1863-5. R. 
of Holdenby, Northants., 1865-93. Hon. Canon of Peter- 
borough, 18S7-90; Canon, 1890-1907. R. of Lutterworth, 
Leics., 1893-1907. Chaplain-in-ordinary to Queen Victoria, 
1899-1901. Hon. Chaplain to Edward VII, 1901-7. Died at 
Lutterworth, Dec. 3, 1907, aged 71. Buried in Peterborough 
Cathedral. (H. I. Longden.) 

ALDERSON, FREDERIC HODGSON RUDD. Adm. at Clare, 
Oct. 9, 1886. B. 1867. School, Durham. Matric. Michs. 
1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Football (rugby) 'blue.' 
Assistant Master at the Henry Smith School, Hartlepool, 
i889-<)2; Headmaster, 1892-1925. One of the most brilliant 
football players of his day; a three-quarter back of the 
highest class; finished his International Football career in 
1891, when he played against Wales. Died Feb. 18, 1925, at 
Hartlepool. {Clare Coll. Hist., 11. 615; The Times, Feb. 19, 
1925.) 

ALDERSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 14, 1817. S. and h. of Jonathan (1788), clerk, of Harthill, 
Yorks. B. May 8, 1799, at Eckington, Derbs. Matric. Michs. 
1818; Scholar; B.A. 1822; M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon (York) 
Dec. 22, 1822; priest, Dec. 14, 1823; C. of Hart Hill, Yorks., 
1822-4. C. of Sutton, 1824-6. P.C. of Wingerworth, Derbs., 
1826-9. Succeeded his father as V. of Hornby, Yorks., 
1829-79. Domestic chaplain to the Duke of Leeds in 1841. 
Married Henrietta, dau. of John Kearsley, Esq., at York, 
Nov. 30, 1837. Benefactor to Hornby Parish. Died Aug. 31, 
1879, at Hornby. WUl proved (York) Oct. 6, 1879. {I'ictoria 
Co. Hist., N. R. Yorks., i. 320.) 



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Alderson, Henry Everingham 

ALDERSON, HENRY EVERINGHAM. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Aug. 20, 1871. S. of William Thompson 
(1825), clerk. [School, Wakefield.] Matric. Michs. 1871; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon, 1876; 
priest (Oxford) 1878; Chaplain of St Peter's College, Stony 
Stratford, Bucks., 1876-82. C. of Beachampton, 1878-82. 
C. of Mirfield, 1882-7. V. of Peel, Lanes., 1887-98. R. of St 
John the Evangelist, Cheetham, 1898-1910. V. of Hope, 
Pendleton, 1910-24. V. of Finsthwaite, 1924-5- Died 
Jan. 30, 1925. Brother of William H. (1877). (Crockford; 
R. F. Scott.) 

ALDERSON, JAMES. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 22 sic) at Pem- 
broke, May 19, 1818. 4th s. of John, M.D., of Hull, Yorks. 
(toT wtiom see D.N. B.). B. there Dec. 30, 1794. School, Hull 
(Dr Lee). Matric. Michs. 1818; Scholar; B.A. (Uh Wrangler) 
1822; M.A. 1825. Fellow, 1823. Incorp. at Oxford, 1826, 
age 31; M.B. (Oxford) 1826; M.D. (Oxford) 1829. D.C.L. 
(Oxford) 1870. Inceptor Candidate of the College of Physi- 
cians, 1826; Candidate, 1829; F.R.C.P., 1830. Censor, 1848 
and 1856. Treasurer, 1854-67. President, 1867-70. Settled 
for a short time in London; Physician to the Carey Street 
Dispensary. Went to Hull; lived there, 1829-45; succeeded 
to his father's practice. Returned to London. Senior Physi- 
cian of St Marv's Hospital, Paddington, 1851-67; Consulting 
Physician, 1867. Representative of the Royal College of 
Physicians at the General Medical Council, 1864-7. F.R.S., 
1841. Knighted, Nov. 11, 1869. Physician Extraordinary to 
Queen Victoria, 1875. Lumleian Lecturer, 1852 and 1853. 
Harveian Orator, 1854 and 1867. Married Mary Anne, dau. 
of Peter Berthon, of Glenadda, Caernarvon, June 24, 1828. 
Author, medical. Died Sept. 13, 1882, at 17, Berkeley 
Square, London. (Al. Oxon.; Boose; D.N.B.) 

ALDERSON, JAMES THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Mar. 29, 1842. S. of Samuel Hurry (1805), R. of Risby, 
Suffolk. B. at Sicklesmere, Suffolk. School, Bury St 
Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1842; Scholar, 1843-6; B.A. 1846. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1847; priest, 1848; C. of Risby, Suffolk, 
1847. C. of Denham, 1851. R. of Ravenstone, Derbs., 
1855-90. Rural Dean of Hartshorn, 1872-90. Hon. Canon of 
Southwell. Died Jan. 27, 1890, at Hartshorn. Brother of 
Edward S. (1840). {Venn, n. 257.) 

ALDERSON, JOHN HENRY. Adm. atSELWYN H., Oct. i, 1893. 
S. of Edmund Albert (1859), chaplain to the Forces. B. 
Dec. 22, 1874. Schools, Dover College and Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1905. Assist- 
ant Master at Framlingham College, 1897; at King William's 
College, Isle of Man, 1898; at Dunstable Grammar School, 
1899-1900; at King's School, Bruton, 1900-6; at Grey 
Institute, Port EUzabeth, Cape Colony, c. 1907-8. Principal 
of Bareilly College, United Provinces, India, 1908-20. Head 
Master of a Preparatory School, Charters Towers, East 
Grinstead, Sussex, 1921-30. Joint Head Master of Saugeen 
School, Bournemouth, 1931-4-. In the Great War, Trooper, 
United Provinces Horse, Indian Defence Force. {King's 
Sch. Reg.; Record of Old Westminsters; Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1932-3; Univ. War List.) 
ALDERSON, JONATHAN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
May 28, 1788. S. and h. of Christopher (i77i), R- of Ecking- 
ton, Derbs. B. Aug. 6, 1769, at Aston, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 
1788; Scholar; B.A. 1792; M.A. 1795. R. of Langton-upon- 
Swale, Yorks., 1795. Chaplain to Lord Conyers (afterwards 
Duke of Leeds). R. of Hornby, Yorks., till 1829. R. of 
Harthill, 1812-48. J.P. for the North Riding. Married Anna 
Maria, dau. of Rowland Hodgson, R. of Rawmarsh, Yorks., 
June 7, 1798. Died Sept. 10, 1848, at Harthill. Brother of 
William (1790) and father of George (1817). {F.M.G., 11. 
702; F. A. Crisp, Notes, x.) 
ALDERSON, JOSEPH. Adm. at Trinity (age 25), Nov. 24, 
1787; a 'Ten-year' man, from Oxford. S. of Joseph, of King's 
Lynn, Norfolk. Matric. (Brasenose College, Oxford) Mar. 
6, 1779, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1782; M.A. 1785. R.of Heving- 
ham, Norfolk, 1787-1833. R. of Oxwick, 1810-33. Married 
Miss RodweU, of Swaffham, July 7, 1789. {Al. Oxon.) 

ALDERSON, MARMADUKE JONATHAN GEORGE. Adm. pens, 
at Peterhouse, Jan. 8, 1886. S. of William Marmaduke 
Dixwell, Capt., deceased. B. Oct. 31, 1864, at Devonport. 
School, Monkton Combe. Matric. Lent, 1886. Name taken 
off the boards Michs. 1888. Coffee planting in Ceylon, m 
1911. Served in the Great War (Major, R.A.S.C). Of 
Gannow, Welsh Frankton, Oswestry, Salop. Brother of 
Augustus D. (1889). {T. A. Walker, 589; Monkton Combe 
Sch. Reg. ; Univ. War List.) 

ALDERSON, RALPH EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. I, 1896. S. of Henry James, of Oakfield, Bracknell, 
Berks. [Major-Gen., for whom see D.N.B.]. B. May 17, 1878, 
in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1900; 
M.A. 1905. Of Bemerton Rectory, Salisbury. Occurs in Univ. 
Pari. Reg., 1938. 



Aldis, Arthur Cyril Webb 

ALDERSON, SAMUEL HURRY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, 
May 8, 1805. S. of Robert, barrister, of Yarmouth. School, 
Bury. Matric. Michs. 1806; Scholar, 1806-11; B.A. (3>'<« 
Wrangler) 1810; M.A. 1813. FeUow, 1811-22. Greek 
Lecturer, 1821; Hebrew, 1822. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 
17 1821; priest, Sept. 22, 1822. Chaplain to the LordChan- 
ceUor, 1830. R. of Risby and Fomham St Genevieve, 
Suffolk, 1830-63. R. of Bredfield St Andrew, 1832-5. 
V. of Lowdham and Pettistree, 1835-44- V. of Rise, Yorks., 
1835-9. Rural Dean of Thedwestry. Manned Jane Frances, 
dau. of Phihp Bennet, Esq., of Rougham, Dec. 4, 1821. D.ed 
Jan. 27, 1863, at Risby. Brother of Edward H. (1804); 
father of James T. (1842) and Edward S. (1840). {Venn, 11. 
145) 
ALDERSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, 
July 3, 1790. 2ad s. of Christopher (i77i), R- of Eckmgton, 
Derbs. B. July 31, i773, at Ashton (Aston), Yorks Matnc. 
Michs. 1791; Scholar; B.A. i795; M.A. 1804. Ord. pnest 
(York) July 1, 1798. P.C. of Tissington, Derbs., i8ii-52- 
Succeeded his father as R. of Aston, Yorks., 1811-52- J-P-. 
West Riding. Married Harriet, dau. of Joseph Walker, Esq., 
of Eastwood, near Rotherham, 1813. Died s.p. Sept. 30, 
1852, aged 79, at Aston. Brother of Jonathan {1788). (Joha 
Mitford, Correspondence of Gray and Mason, 40; G. Mag., 
1852, 11. 531; L. Whibley.) 
ALDERSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Mar. 23, 1792- 
S. of George, R. of Birkin, Yorks. B. there Mar. 28, 1774- 
School, Leeds (Mr J. Whiteley). Matric. Michs. 1792; l^A. 
1796. Migrated to St Catharine's, Apr. 7, 1796. Ord. deacon 
(York) Oct. 2, 1796; priest, July i, 1798. C. of Hohne-on- 
Spalding Moor, Yorks. R. (and patron) of Everingham, 
1809-39. Married Miss Robinson, Oct. 25, 1802. Died Jan. 
10, 1839, aged 64. Father of William T. (1825)- {G.Mag., 
1802; 1839, I. 216.) 
ALDERSON, WILLIAM HEY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar 23, 
1877. [S. of William Thompson (next), clerk. School, 
Wakefield.] Matric. Michs. 1877; Exhibitioner; Scholar; 
BA 1881; U.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 1884; priest, 
1887. Second Master at St Bees Grammar School, Cumber- 
land, 1881-1923; active as House-Master, Chaplain ana 
Bursar. Keenly interested in rugby football, doing much to 
estabUsh the reputation of the school as a football nursery. 
Lived latteriy at SUvermere, Caterham VaUey, Surrey. 
Died Aug. 31, 1935. Brother of Henry E. (1871)- {Wakefield 
Sch. Reg.; The Times, Sept. 4, 1935; Schoolmasters' Directory, 
1928-9.) 
ALDERSON, WILLIAM THOMPSON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
May 25, 1825. S. and h. of William (1792), R- of Eyenngham, 
Yorks B. July 26, 1806, at Holme-on-Spaldmg Moor. 
Schools, Newark (Mr Wittenham), PockUngton (Mr Shield) 
and Aberford (Mr Carter). Matric. Michs. 1825. Migrated to 
St Catharine's, Mar. 26, 1826; B.A. 1829. Ord. deacon, 1829; 
priest (York) 1830. Chaplain of Wakefield Prison Yorks 
1841-76. C.-in-C. of Warmfield, with Heath, 1880-2 Of 
Heath, Wakefield, in 1884. Disappears from Crockford, 
1897. Father of Henry E. (1871) and William H. (above). 
ALDHAM, GEORGE SE'SfMOUR HARCOURT. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Apr. 20, 1892. S. of Vernon Harcourt, Canon ot 
Truro B. Feb. 23, 1873, at Worcester. School, Winchester 
CoUege. Matric. Easter, 1892. 2nd Lieut., 3rd Batt., West 
Riding Regt., 1893; Lieut., 3rd Batt., Duke of ComwaU s 
Light Infantry', 1894. Died Oct. 6, 1898, at Colombo, Ceylon. 
Brother of Michael S. (1894). {Peile, 11. 775; Winchester 
Coll. Reg.) 
ALDHAM, MICHAEL SEYMOUR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1894. S. of Vernon Harcourt, Canon of Iruro. 
B Nov 29 1875, at Lostwithiel, Cornwall. School, Marl- 
borough. Matric. Michs. 1894. At the School of Mmes, 
Truro- 'Aldham and Blunt' mining engineers, Phoemx, 
British Columbia; Corporation of Western Egypt. Dunng 
the Great War, with the R.A.M.C, Lieut., 1918; mentioned in 
despatches. O.B.E., 1919. Brother of George S. H. (1892). 
{Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 
ALDHOUSE, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Pembroke, 
Feb. 19, 1823. S. and h. of Stephen, of Lakenham, Norfolk. 
Matric. Michs. 1823. Migrated to Peterhouse, Nov. 19, 1824, 
age 25 {sic). {T. A. Walker, 421.) 
ALDINGTON, WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity, Nov. 16, i775; 
a 'Ten-year' man. Probably ord. deacon (London) June 10; 
priest, June 11, 1775- V. of Edwardston, Suffolk, 1779-81. 
Probably V. of St Gregory's with St Peter's, Sudbury 1 779- 
85. Perhaps V. of Toddenham, Gloucs., 1780. One of these 
names R. of Runwell, Essex, 1779-1821. 
ALDIS ARTHUR CYRIL WEBB. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1897. 
S of James Arthur (1858), Esq., of The CoUege of Science, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. School, King Edward's, Birmingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. (2nd Wrangler) 1900; M.A. 1904. 
Fellow 1901-8. Joined his brother as jumor partner in the 
firm of Aldis Brothers, manufacturing and consultmg 

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Aldis, Charles James Berridge 

opticians and contractors to the Admiralty, War Office and 
Ail Ministry. Of Sparkhill, Birmingham. The finn, established 
in 1900, designed the 'Aldis Lens,' for hand cameras. During 
the Great War it produced telescopic rifle sights and for use 
on aeroplanes, the 'Aldis Unit Sight.' Sometime Fellow of 
the Optical Society. President of the Birmingham Graduates 
Club, 1934-5. Of Knowle, Birmingham, 1936. Brother of 
Hugh L. (1889). 
ALDIS, CHARLES JAMES BERRIDGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity, .\pr. 14, 1827. S. of [Sir] Charles, surgeon (for 
whom see D.N.B.). B. Jan. 16, 1808, in London. School, 
St Paul's. Matric. Lent, 1828; B.A. 1831; M.B. 1832; M.A. 
1834; Lie. Med. 1834; M.D. 1837. Studied medicine at 
Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, and at St George's 
Hospital, London. F.R.C.P., 1838. Physician successively 
to several London dispensaries. Afterwards at the Hunterian 
School of Medicine. Medical Officer of Health in the parish of 
St George's, Hanover Square, 1855-72. Well known for his 
zeal in carrying out provisions of the Workshops' Regulation 
Acts; the improvement in the position of poor women em- 
ployed in business, mainly due to his efforts. Improved the 
sanitary conditions of great towns. Married Emily Arabella, 
dau. of the Rev. John Brome, of Trinity College, Nov. 9, 
1835. Author, medical. Died suddenly July 26, 1872. 
Father of Osborne C. V. (1861). {Boose; D.N.B.) 

ALDIS, HUGH LANCELOT. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 5, 
1889. S. of James Arthur (next), of Queen Mary's School, 
Walsall, Staffs. B. Aug. 26, 1870, in Calcutta, India. School, 
City of London (Mr Abbott). Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 
(14/A Wrangler) 1892. Joined the staff of Messrs J. H. 
DaUmeyer, Ltd., photographic lens and optical instrument 
manufacturers, London, in 1893. Senior partner in the firm 
of Aldis Brothers, manufacturing opticians, of Sparkhill, 
Birmingham, 1901-36-. F.R.A.S. Brother of Arthur C. W. 
(1897). 

ALDIS, JAMES ARTHUR. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 23, 
1858. S. of John [baptistminister], of II, ColeyHiU, Reading, 
Berks. B. Feb. 7, 1842, in London. School, City of London 
(Dr Mortimer). Matric. Michs. 1859; Scholar, 1861; B.A. 
{6th Wrangler) 1863; M.A. 1866. Head Master at La Mar- 
tini^re, Calcutta, 1868-75. Assistant Master at Dulwich 
College, 1876-8. Second Master at Queen Mary's College, 
Walsall, Staffs., 1879-80; Head Master, 1881-97. [Celebrated 
his diamond wedding to Francis Emily Webb, June 15, 1929; 
then living at Dun%vich, Suffolk.] Author, A Lay Sermon; 
joint author (with W. T. Webb), A Handbook of English 
Literature. Died Dec. 6, 1935. Brother of Thomas S. (1861) 
and William S. (1856) ; father of Hugh L. (above) and Arthur 
C. W. (1897). (R. Simms, Bibliotlieca Staffs.; A. C. W. 
Aldis.) 

ALDIS, OSBORNE CHARLES VYSE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Caius, Aug. 5, 1861. S. of Charles James Berridge (1827), 
M.D. B. in Loudon. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1861; 
B.A. 1863; M.A. 1868. No profession. Took a club in Welling- 
ton Street, London, and failed; being in financial straits, he 
forged the name of one of his trustees to a power of attorney; 
sentenced to i8 months' imprisonment, 1886. {Venn, 11. 
354-) 

ALDIS, THOMAS STEADMAN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Aug. 17, 
1861. S. of John. B. Aug. 6, 1843, in London. School, City 
of London (Dr Mortimer). Matric. Michs. 1862; Scholar, 
1864; 2nd Smith's Prizeman; B.A. {2nd Wrangler) 1866; 
M.A. 1869. Inspector of Schools under the Board of Educa- 
tion, 1872. Chief Divisional Inspector, 1898. Resided latterly 
at Bowhayes, Bridport, Dorset. Died suddenly Sept. 25, 
1908, at Bournemouth. Brother of James A. (1858), etc. 
(Scott, MSS.; The Times, Sept. 29, 1908.) 

ALDIS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Clare, Jan. 1843; a 'Ten- 
year' man. 

ALDIS, WILLIAM STEADMAN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Nov. 
26, 185,6. S. of John, clerk [a baptist minister], of 11, Coley 
Hill, Reading, Berks. B. Feb. 10, 1839, in London. School, 
City of London (Dr Mortimer). Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar, 
1859; ist Smith's Prizeman; B.A. {Senr. Wrangler) 1861; 
M.A. 1864. For some time a private 'coach' at Cambridge. 
Professor of Mathematics at the Durham College of Science, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1870. Professor at Auckland CoUegei 
New Zealand, 1883-96. An authority on optics and soUd 
geometry. A leading advocate of the higher education of 
women. Author, Solid Geometry; Optics, etc. Died Mar. 7, 
1928, aged 89, at Tenterden, Kent. Brother of James A. 
(1858), etc. {Cambridge Review, Apr. 20, 192S.) 

ALDOM, WILLIAM ISAAC. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1892. S. of 
Joseph Rufus, schoolmaster, of Leyton, Essex. B. there 
June 30, 1857. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. 
Sometime Master of a private school, Oxford House, Eaton 
Place, Brighton, Sussex. Assistant Master at Sandwich 
Grammar School in 1904; still there 1906; gone in 1908. 
{Venn, 11. 524; Schoolmasters' Directory.) 



Aldrich, Frederick James 



ALDOUS, FREDERIC CLEMENT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 
1898. S. of John Clement Primrose (1868), clerk. B. Nov. i, 
1879. School, Kelly College, Tavistock (Rev. W. David). 
Rustat Scholar. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901 (Mech. Sci. 
Trip., ist Class, 1902). With the Westinghouse Co., Man- ]£ 

Chester, 1902-14. A.M.I. E.E. Served in the Great War 
(Lieut., 1/6 Batt., Manchester Regt.; Capt., 1915; in France 
with the 127th Company; temp. Major, M.G.C., 1916; in 
Egypt, Lieut.-Col., 33rd Batt., M.G.C., 1918; twice mentioned 
in despatches; D.S.O.). Estate Agency, Monte Carlo and 
Cannes, 1929-30. {Kelly Coll. Reg.) 

ALDOUS, JAMES EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Michs. 1874. [S. and h. of James Robert, Esq., of 67, 
Marquess Road, Canonbury, London. B. Apr. 7, 1855. 
School, Sherborne.] Scholar, 1874; B.A. (15/A Wrangler) 
1878; M.A. 1919. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 25, 1878. 
Called to the Bar, i88r. On the South Eastern Circuit. 
Examiner to the Inns of Court, 1887. Of 62, Prince of Wales' 
Mansions, London, S.W. Died s.p. Oct. 24, 1920. Buried at 
Putney Vale Cemetery. {Sherborne Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 
ed. 1925; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

ALDOUS, JAMES WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1882, 
from Cavendish H. School, Lancaster Royal Grammar. 
B.A. 1886; M.A. (Downing) 1897. Music Master at Hever- 
sham Grammar School, 1886-1903. Organist and Music 
Master at St Bees School, 1886-1927. Music Master at the 
Royal Grammar School, Lancaster, 1904-; at the Girls' 
Grammar School, Lancaster, 1908-32-. Of West Road, 
Lancaster. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

ALDOUS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 9, 1840. 
S. of J[ohn]. B. at Harleston, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1840. 
Ord. deacon, 1848; priest, 1849; C. of St Peter's, Coventry, 
1848-50. V. of Dore, near Sheffield, 185 1. Surrogate, Peterb. 
dio., 1851. C. of Wellingborough, Northants., 1852-3. P.C. 
of Wicker, Sheffield, 1853-74. Died Nov. 18, 1874, aged 56. 
M.I. at Wicker. Father of John C. P. (next) and John E. P. 
(1872). (W. Odom, Manorials of Sheffield; Scott, MSS.) 

ALDOUS, JOHN CLEMENT PRIMROSE. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1868. S. of John (above), clerk, of Sheffield. 
B. July 12, 1849, at Coventry, Warws. School, Repton. 
Matric. Michs. 1868; Scholar, 1869; B.A. {igth Wrangler) 
1872; M.A. 1875. Fellow, 1874. Ord. deacon, 1872; priest 
(Lichfield) 1873. Senior Mathematical Master at Shrewsbury 
School, 1872-5. Chief Naval Instructor (and Chaplain to 
Cadets) on H.M.S. Britannia, 1875-98; (Chaplain to Naval 
Cadets, 1879-96). C. of Townstal, Dartmouth, 1896. V. of 
Duffield, Derbs., 1898-1909; Rural Dean, 1901-9. R. of 
Sywell, Northants., 1911-21. Rural Dean of Rothwell, 
1914-21. Resided latterly at St Anne's Vicarage, Notting- 
ham. Author, religious, etc. Died Feb. 18, 1923, aged 73. 
Buried at Sywell. Brother of John E. P. (1872) and father of 
Frederic C. (1898). {Repton Sch. Reg.; Annals of Shrewsbury 
Sch.; Scott, MSS.) 

ALDOUS, JOHN EDMOND PAUL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 12, 1872. S. of John (1840), clerk, of Sheffield. B. there 
Dec. 8, 1853. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 
1876. Organist, of Hamilton, Ontario, in 1910. Brother of 
John C. P. (1868). {Repton Sch. Reg.) 

ALDOUS, PERCIVAL MASSEY. Adm. at Selwyv H., Oct. i, 
1891. B. Dec. 16, 1871. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; 
M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 1894; priest (Rochester) 1895. 
Chaplain at Norfolk Island, Melanesia, 1898-1903. V. of 
Pietersburg, Transvaal, 1905-7. R. of Heidelberg with 
Christ Church, Nigel, 1907-13. R. of Lochlee, 1914-18. P.C. 
of Chellaston, Derbs., 1923-6. R. of Lothersdale, Yorks., 
1926-32. R. of Ashurst, Kent, 1932-5. R. of Bradfield St 
George with Rushbrook, Suffolk, 1935-. {Crockford, 1938.) 

ALDRED, CHRISTIAN RYCROFT. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 
30, 1877. [S. of John Thomas Foster, V. of Dore, Derbs.]. 
Matric. Easter, 1877; B.A. 1881. Ord. deacon, 1883; priest 
(Worcester) 1885. C. of Upton Warren, 1883-6. C. of Fing- 
hall, Yorks., 1886-93. C. of Childrey, Berks., 1901-4. V. of 
Brenzett, Kent, 1904-7. Died there July, 1907. Brother of 
John C. (next). (Crockford; R. F. Scott.) 

ALDRED, JOHN CHARLES. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, Oct. ir, 
1871. S. of John Thomas Foster, V. of Dore, Derbs. B. there. 
Schools, Sheffield Collegiate and Oakham. Matric. Michs. 
1871; B.A. 1876. Sometime at Liverpool Royal Infirmsiry. 
L.R.C.P. (Ireland) 1883. L.R.F.P.S. (Glasgow) 1884. In 
practice at Sheffield, 1898. Medical Officer of Health at 
Ecclesall-Bierlow. Of Waiuku, Auckland, New Zealand 
(1922); retired. Brother of Christian R. (above). (Venn, 11. 
400; Medical Directory, 1922.) 

ALDRICH [post ALDRICH-BLAKE], FREDERICK JAMES. 
Adm. sizar at St John's, May 27, 1846. S. of Robert, gent., 
of Erwarton, Suffolk. B. there. Bapt. Oct. 17, 1824. 
Migrated (age 24) to Pembroke, Oct. 10, 1848. Matric. Lent, 
1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1856; incorp. at Oxford, 1860.- Ord. 
deacon, 1853; priest (Ely) 1854; C. of Staimin^eld, Suffolk, 



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Alexander, Alexander Charles Archibald 



1853-5. C. of St Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, 1859-62. 
C. of Chingford, Essex, 1862-6. C. of Welsh Bicknor, Heref., 
1866-7; R. (and patron) 1867-1904; also patron of English 
Bicknor, Gloucs., and of Wherstead, Suffolk. Assumed 
the additional name of Blake, Jan. 13, 1863. [See sub 
Aldrich-Blake for his two sons Robert Morison (1892) 
and Frederick Hooper (1881).] Died Apr. 9, 1904, aged 79, 
at Welsh Bicknor. (Burke, L.G.) 
ALDRICH, PELHAM STANHOPE. Adm. sizar at Trinity Hall, 
Feb. 25, 1822. 2nd s. of William (1781), R. of Beyton (or 
Boyton), Suffolk. Scholar, 1822; Matric. Michs. 1824; LL.B. 

1828. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 8, 1828; priest, May 24, 

1829. C. of HoUesley, Suffolk, 1841-2. R. of St Thomas's, 
Turk's Island, Bahamas, 1845-6. C. of Somersham, Suffolk, 
1846. C. of Pulborough, Sussex, c. 1848-54. C. of Boyton, 
Wilts., c. 1856-60. Died June 30, 1864, at Lowestoft. 
Brother of William W. (1821). (Clergy Lisls, 1856, 1858; 
G. Mag., 1864, II. 254.) 

ALDRICH or ALDRIDGE, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at 
St John's, Mar. 19, 1761. S. of Stephen (1725), clerk, of 
Essex. B. at Stanway, near Colchester. Matric. Michs. 1761 
(Aldrich); B.A. 1765. Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 3, 1765; 
priest, Dec. 2r, 1767. R. of Chickney, Essex, 1776-81, and 
again, 1799-. {Scott-Mayor, iii. 671.) 

ALDRICH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Nov. 10, 1781. 
S. of William (1745), clerk, of Thurston, Suffolk. Matric. 
Michs. 1782; Scholar, 1782; B.A. 1786. Ord. deacon (Nor- 
wich) Dec. 18, 1785; priest, Sept. 21, 1788. C. of Stowmarket, 
Suffolk, 1785. V. of Stowmarket with Stow Upland, 1788- 
1837. R. of Beyton (or Boyton ?), 1807-13. Perhaps R. of 
Hintlesham, 1818-19. Died July 22, 1837, aged 74, at 
Saxmundham. [To be distinguished from a contemporary 
namesake, W. Aldrich, B.D., for whom see Al. Oxon. (he 
was R. of Boyton, Wilts., 1823-61, and P.C. of St Mary's, 
Ipswich, 1805-).] Father of William W. (1821) and Pelham S. 
(1822). {G. Mag., 1837, II. 322.) 

ALDRICH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 4, 1798. 

ALDRICH, WILLIAM WOGAN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity 
Hall, Oct. i, 1821. S. of William (1781), V. of Stowmarket, 
Suffolk. Matric. Michs. 1821; Scholar, 1822. (Civil Law 
Classes, 1st Class, 1823-4); LL.B. 1828. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) June 13, 1824; priest, June 19, 1825. R. of Boyton, 
Suffolk, 1841-65. Probably P.C. of Batley with Capel, till 
1841. Disappears from Crockford in 1868. Brother of Pelham 
S. (1822). 

ALDRICH-BLAKE, FREDERICK HOOPER. Adm. pens, (age 
19) at Pembroke, Oct. 6, 1881. S. and h. of Frederick 
James (1846), R. of Welsh Bicknor. B. 1863, at Chingford, 
Essex. School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 
1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (York) 1887; C. 
of Rotherham, Yorks., 1886-9. V. of Bishopswood, Heref., 
1889-98. R. of Llanwenarth Citra, Mon., 1898-1920. Of 
Weston Hall, Ross, Herefs, (1936). Brother of the next. 
(Malvern Coll. Reg.) 
ALDRICH-BLAKE, ROBERT MORISON. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1892. S. of Frederick James (1846), R. of Welsh 
Bicknor. B. there Apr. 10, 1873. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895. SoUcitor (not in practice). 
Died Sept. 8, 1931. Brother of Frederick H. (above). (Bm-ke, 
L.G., 1937.) 
ALDRIDGE, AUGUSTUS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 7, 1842. S. of J., yeoman, of Gt Baddow, Essex. B. 
June 2, 1821. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1847. Ord. deacon 
(Chester) 1846; priest (Lichfield) 1848; C. of Hurdsfield, 
Macclesfield, 1847. V. of Worton and Marston, Wilts., 1853- 
1907. Resided latterly at Worton, near Devizes. Died 
there June 16, 1910, aged 89. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 
ALDRIDGE, CHARLES BRAXTON MOORING. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, July i, 1896. S. of Henry Mooring. B. Nov. 4, 
1877, at Bournemouth. Schools, Wimbome Grammar, 
Independent College, Taunton and Christ's College, Black- 
heath. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903. Medical 
Student at the London Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1906. 
Assistant Physician at the Royal Victoria and West Hants. 
Hospital. In practice at Bournemouth. Served in the Great 
War (Capt., R.A.M.C). Of Bournemouth in 1936. Brother 
of Harold W. M. (1894). (Peile, 11. 809; Medical Directory, 
1938; Univ. War List.) 
ALDRIDGE, DAVID. Hon. M.A. 1899. Teacher of Burmese, 
1895-1909 (University teacher, 1897-1909). In the Education 
Department in Burma, 1866-94. Died Dec. 1912. (The 
Times, Dec. 19, 1912.) 
ALDRIDGE, EDWARD ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Sept. 18, 1889. Did not matriculate. See next, perhaps the 
same. 
ALDRIDGE, EDWARD ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. I, 1895. S. of Edward Henry, clerk, of Shawforth 
Vicarage, Rochdale, Lanes. B. Sept. 10, 1856, at Famworth, 



Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. Previously Medical 
Student at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 1874. 
M.R.C.P., 1879; M.R.C.S., 1889; M.R.C.P. (Ireland) 1898. 
Medical Officer, Imperial Customs Service, China, 1880. 
Civil Mandarin, bv Imperial Decree, 1893. Ord. deacon, 
1898; priest (Ripon) 1899; C. of Holy Trinity, Leeds, 1898-9. 
C. of Spalding, Lines., 1899-1902. R. of Saxby-on-Humber, 
1902-5. R. of Hannington, Hants., 1905-21. Served in the 
Great War (Capt., R.A.M.C; Brevet-Major; mentioned in 
despatches, M.C., 1918; with the R.A.F. Medical Service, 
1922-5). Chaplain at Rouen, 1926-8. Lie. pr., dio. London, 
1928-. R. of Wiston, Sussex, 1930 5. Twice married and 
had issue. F.R.C.S. A man of amazing energy; enjoyed 
mountain climbing, hunting and cross-country running; 
won the silver cup for the South of the Thames Champion- 
ship in 1929. Died Dec. 4, 1937, at Worthing. (Crockford; 
, Medical Directory, 1936; Univ. War List; The Times, Dec. 9, 

1 937-) 
ALDRIDGE, HAROLD WHITCHURCH MOORING. Adm. pens, 
at Christ's, Oct. 1, 1894. S. of Henry Mooring. B. Nov. 19, 
1875, at Bournemouth. School, Wimbome Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901. SoUcitor and notary, 
1904 (Mooring, Aldridge and Haydon, of Bournemouth and 
Christchurch, Hants.) Of Milhams Meade, Christchurch, 
Hants., in 1938. Brother of Charles B. M. (1896). (Peile, 
II. 792 ; Law List, 1937.) 
ALDRIDGE, RICHARD SPENCER. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 
1877, from Cavendish H.; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. 
deacon, 1887; priest (Sarum) 1888. C. of Wilton, 1887-90. 
C. of Knowle, Birmingham, 1891-1905. Chaplain of St 
Philip's, Dorridge. V. of Eardisland, 1905-17. Resided 
latterly at Ore, Hastings, Sussex. Died there Apr. 3, 1931- 
(Crockford; The Times, Apr. 7, 1931.) 
ALDRIT, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, Feb. 18, 1833. 
Matric. Michs. 1841; B.D. 1844. Ord. deacon, 1836; priest 
(Bath and Wells) 1837. C. of Hutton, Somerset. Head 
Master of Wells Cathedral Grammar School, 1841-8; C. of 
Godney, Somerset, 1841-8. C. of Wick St Lawrence and 
Chaplain of Axbridge Union, 1869-86. Married Miss Batt, 
of Theale House, Somerset, Oct. 15, 1844, at Wedmore, 
Somerset. Not in Crockford, 1887. 
ALDWELL, BASIL SILVER. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1881. Of Hants. [S. of Basil Duckett, M.A. (DubUn), 
V. of St Luke's, Southsea.] Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (London) 1888; C. of 
Whitechapel, 1887-90. V. of St Luke's, Southsea, 1891- 
1920. V. of Bitteme, Southampton, 1920-9. Chaplain of S. 
Stoneham Infirmary, 1922-9. V. of Mancetter, Warws., 
1929-34. R. of Flordon (with Hapton from 1936-), Norfolk, 
1934-36-. Brother of the next. (R. F. Scott; Crockford, 
1938.) 
ALDWELL, SAMUEL WILLIAM HEMPHILL. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. 1, 1884. Of Hants. [S. of Basil 
Duckett, V. of St Luke's, Southsea.] Matric. Michs. 1884; 
B.A. 1887. Ord. deacon, 1889; priest (Rochester) 1890. C. of 
Lambeth, 1889-93. C. of Tollington Park, London, 1893-7. 
Held other curacies, 1897-1910. V. of Wingfield, Suffolk, 
1910-35-. V. of Sileham, 1925-38. Hon. Canon of St 
Fursaeus in St Edm. Cathedral, 1936-8. Died October 27, 
1938. Brother of the above. (Crockford, 1938.) 
ALDWORTH, HERBERT JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Michs. 1887. S. of John. B. Oct. 9, 1868, at Haigh, near 
Wigan, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1887 ('Aid worthy'); B.A. 
1891; M.A. 1909. Ord. deacon, 1904; priest (Oxford) 1905. 
C. of Stoney Stratford, 1904-7. C. of Barnstaple, 1907-g. R. 
of East Quantockshead, Somerset, 1909-21 ; and again, 
1924-31. V. of Currey Rivel, 1921-4. C. of St Saviour's, 
Walcot, 193 1-. Of 19, Bennett Street, Bath. Died Aug. 28, 
1933, aged 65. (Crockford, 1932; Queens' Coll. Mag.; The 
Times, Aug. 30, 1933-) 
ALEXANDER, ALEXANDER BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Jesus, May 24, 1859. S. of Michael Solomon, Bishop of 
Jerusalem. B. Jan. 17, 1840. School, Christ's Hospital. 
Migrated to Christ's, June 18, 1859. Matric. Michs. 1859; 
Tancred Student, 1859; B.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Win- 
chester) 1863;! priest, 1864; C. of St John's, Redhill, Hants., 
1863-9. V. of Churt, Surrey, 1869-83. V. of Shedfield, 
Hants., 1883-1905. Died Feb. 1905. Father of George H. G. 
(1884). (Peile, n. 562.) 
ALEXANDER, ALEXANDER CHARLES ARCHIBALD. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Aug. 11, 1873. S. of Archibald, of Anne's 
Lodge, Edinburgh. B. there June 10, 1854. School, Chelten- 
ham College. Matric. Michs. 1873; B.A. i877- At St George's 
Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., 1881. L.S.A., 1881. Surgeon, 
Army Medical Dept., 1882; Surgeon-Major, 1889. Served in 
the JExpedition to the Soudan, with 1st Batt., Coldstream 
Guards, 1885; present at the engagement at Hasheen and at 
the destruction of Temai. (Medal with clasp and Khedive's 
star.) Died Jan. 23, 1900, at Loup, near Ardrossan, Ayrshire. 
(Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 



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Alexander, Alexander John 

ALEXANDER, ALEXANDER JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July I, 1844. Matric. Michs. 1845. 

ALEXANDER, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 19, 
1879. S. of John, coach-builder. B. at Rochester, Kent. 
Bapt. June 9, 1844. 

ALEXANDER, AUBREY DE VERE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 15, 1867. Did not reside. [S. of G. H. M., of the Indian 
Civil Service. B. May 28, 1849. School, Wellington College.] 
Entered the Army (3rd Foot, 1869; Capt., 1881; Bengal Staff 
Corps; Squadron Officer, 16th Bengal Cavalry; Major, i88g; 
Lieut.-Col., 1895; Colonel, 1899; retired. Served in the 
Afghan War, 1879-80 (medal); in China, 1900 (mentioned 
in despatches). D.S.O., 1903). During the Great War 
served in the Intelligence Dept., War Office. Died Sept. 
II, 1923. {Wellington Coll. Reg.; Wlio was Who.) 

ALEXANDER, CALEDON DUPRE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 4, 1833. [S. and h. of Josias Du Pre, an East India Co. 
Director, and sometime M.P. for Old Sarum. B. Nov. 16, 
1817. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1833. Comet, ist Life 
Guards, 1834; Lieut., 1837; sold out, Sept. 5, 1843. Of 
Auberies, Essex. D.L. A member of the Jockey Club. 
Married Caroline, dau. of James Ewing, Esq., 1843. Died 
July 18, 1884, at 30, Belgrave Square, London. (Burke, 
Irish Gentry; Boase, iv. Suppl.; Eton Sch. Lists; Foster, 
Peerage, sub Caledon.) 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 29, 
1814. Matric. Michs. 1814. [3rd s. of Robert, banker, of 
Seamount, Co. Dublin, M.P. B. Sept. 16, 1794.] Migrated 
to Trinity College, Dublin. B.A. (DubUn) 1817; M..\. 1822. 
Probably R. of Drumcrea, Ireland. Perhaps Chaplain to the 
Earl of Caledon, 1841-70. Married Ehzabeth Anne, dau. of 
Edward Smith Godfrey, Esq., of Newark, Oct. 4, 1817. 
Died Oct. 26, 1870. {Al. Dubl.; Foster, Baronetage, 1883.) 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES DALLAS. Adm pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 5, 1859. 3rd s. of WiUiam Stuart [Bengal Civil Service], 
of 15, Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London. B. Dec. 25, 
1839, at Calcutta, India. Schools, Harrow, Cheltenham 
College and King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1859; 
B..-^. 1863; M.A. 1870. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 12, 1861. 
Private tutor. Married Helen Shuldham. Brother of William 
S. (1854) and father of Charles S. (1896). (Foster, Peerage, 
sub Caledon; Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES LESLIE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1894. S. of William, of 27, Henley Road, Ipswich. 
B. Dec. 8, 1874, at Ipswich. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; Scholar, 1896; B..\. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 
1897. Football (assoc.) 'blue.' Entered the Indian Civil 
Service, 1897. Served in the North Western Provinces as 
Assistant Magistrate and Collector, 1908-. Deputy Super- 
intendent of the domains of the Maharaja of Benares, 1904-7 
and 1907-11. Assistant Commissioner, 1911; Deputy Com- 
missioner and Settlement Officer, 1914. Magistrate and 
Collector, 1918. Secretary to the Board of Revenue, 1921-2. 
Additional Commissioner, 1924. Chief Secretary to the 
government of the United Provinces, 1925; retired, 1926. 
Brother of Cyril W. (1898). (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; India 
Office List, 1937.) 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES ROBERT. Adm. at King's, Oct. 12, 
1867. S. of James, Esq., banker, of Oak Bank, Sevenoaks, 
Kent. B. Nov. 8, 1847. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1867; 
Exhibitioner; Prizeman; B.A. 1871. [Name removed from 
the College Boards by order, Feb. 24, 1872.] Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov. 18, 1868. Migrated to Lincoln's Inn, 
Nov. 29, 1873. Called to the Bar, 1874. Of Oakbank, Seal, 
Kent. A member of the London Stock Exchange. Died 
Feb. 17, 1902, at 22, Down Street, Piccadilly, London. 
Brother of Evelyn F. (1868). (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Eton 
Sch. Lists; Foster, Peerage, sub Caledon.) 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES SHULDHAM. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 
4, 1896. [S. of Mrs Alexander, of 25, Batoum Gardens, W. 
Kensington Park, London [2nd s. of Charles Dallas (1859)]. 
B. June 16, 1877.] School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1896; 
B.A. 1899; M.A. 1914. Adm. Colonial Cadet, Civil Service, 
1900. Of 87, Victoria St., London, S.W. i, in 1938. (St Paul's 
Sch. Reg.; Reg. of the Senate, 1937; Foster, Peerage, sub 
Caledon.) 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 7, 1882. S. of John Bennett. B. Feb. 22, 1864, at 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Schools, St George's College, Harrogate, 
and Repton. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. 
Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Winchester) 1888; C. of St Paul's, 
Southsea, Hants., 1887-9. C. of Christ Church, Cheltenham, 
1889-94. V. of Middleton, Norfolk, 1894-1900. V. of St 
Philip's and St James's, Clifton, Yorks., 1900-32. Chaplain 
of Bootham Park Asylum, 1904-10. Resident in Sunderlauid, 
1934. Died June 8, 1934. (Peile, 11. 692; Crockford, 1934.) 



Alexander, Frederick Henry Thomas 

ALEXANDER, CHARLES WILLIAM WYNNE. Adm. sizar 
(age 18) at Trinity, July 4, 1855. S. of George H. M., of 
Chester. B. in the E. Indies. School, Chester Grammar 
(Mr Gleadowe). Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859. 

ALEXANDER, CYRIL WILSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1898. S. of WiUiam, of Gatewick, Ipswich, Suffolk. 

B. Oct. 12, 1879, at Ipswich. School, Shrewsbury (Mr Moss). 
Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; LL.B. 1904. Football 
(assoc.) 'blue,' 1901. Entered the Colonial Civil Service, 
1906. Administrative Officer in Nigeria. Commissioner of 
Lands, 1908. Senior Resident in Nigeria, 1925. Lieut.- 
Govemor of the Southern Provinces, 1929; of the Northern 
Provinces, 1930-2; retired. CM. G., 1928. Of Moon's Cottage, 
Ninfield, Sussex (1937). Brother of Charles L. (1894). 
(Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Kelly, Handbook, 1938.) 

ALEXANDER, DAVID LINDO. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity 
Hall, July 24, i860. 2nd s. of Joshua, Esq., of 50, Wimpole 
Street, Cavendish Square, London. B. 1842. School, City of 
London. Matric. Michs. i860; Scholar; B..\. (soth Wrangler) 
1864. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 6, 1863. Called to the 
Bar, 1866. Bencher, 1895. K.C., 1892. President of the 
Jewish Board of Deputies. Of 11, York Gate, Regent's Park, 
London, N.W. r. Died Apr. 29, 1922, at 59, Harrington 
Gardens, London, S.W. 7. (Who was Who.) 

ALEXANDER, EDWARD PERCY. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 7, 
1874. [S. of Frederick, Esq., of Clifton. B. 1855. School, 
Lancing.] Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. Ord. 
deacon, 1878; priest (St Albans) 1879; C. of Ashdon, Essex, 
1878-80. C. of Wigan, Lanes., 1880-3. V. of Alvanley, 
Cheshire, 1883-98. Organising Secretary to the S.P.G., 
1895-8. V. of St Matthew's, Edgeley, Stockport, 1898-1915. 
V. of Gt Gransden, Beds., 1916-23. P.C. of St John's, 
Chester, 1924-32. Chaplain to the Bluecoat School, Chester, 
1924-32. Died Mar. 10, 1936, aged 80, at i, Pemberton Road, 
Chester. (Latwing Sch. Reg.; The Times, Mar. 11, 1936.) 

ALEXANDER, EDWARD PERKINS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1883. S. of Thomas, Esq. B. at Monknash, 
Glam. School, Llandovery (Rev. A. G. Edwards). Matric. 
Michs. 1883. Football (rugby) 'blue.' Of Holt, Wilts., Esq. 
Played football for Wales in 1885, 1886 and 1887. Died 
suddenly Oct. 26, 1931, aged 68, at Holt. (The Times, 
Oct. 28, 1931.) 

ALEXANDER, ERNEST CHRISTIAN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1888. S. of Kelseik, ship-owner, of Southport, Lanes. B. 
Feb. II, 1869, at Liverpool. School, Liverpool College. 
Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon 
(Durham) 1892; priest, 1893; C. of Pelton, Durham, 1892-6. 

C. of South Shields, 1896-7. C. of Holy Trinity, Weymouth, 
1898-1911. V. of Edington, 1911-22. V. of Westbury with 
Ditton and Westbury Leigh, Wilts., 1922-32. Rural Dean of 
Heytesbury, 1927-32. Died Nov. 23, 1932. (Venn, 11. 496; 
The Times, Nov. 25, 1932.) 

ALEXANDER, ERNEST WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 3, 1900. S. of Mrs W. Alexander, of School House, 
South Street, Bedminster, Bristol. Matric. Michs. 1900; 
B A. 1903; M.A. 1920. Assistant Master at Sexey's School, 
Bruton, 1905-15; at Wimbledon Grammar School, 1915-17; 
at Weymouth Secondary School, 1917-20; at the Grammar 
School, Alcester, 1920-4; at Chipping Campden Grammar 
School, Gloucs., in 1932. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

ALEXANDER, EVELYN FERGUSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 14, 1868. Did not reside. [3rd s. of James, of Oak 
Bank, Sevenoaks, Kent. B. Mar. 23, 1850. School, Eton.] 
Migrated to Oxford. Matric. (Brasenose College, Oxford) 
Jan. 31, 1870; B.A. (Oxford) 1873; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon, 
1874; priest, 1875. C. of St Pancras, London, 1876-80. V. of 
St Paul's, Newington, Surrey, 1880-7. Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Rochester. Died unmarried Feb. 24, 1887. Brother 
of Charles R. (1867). (Burke, Irish Gentry; Al. Oxon.) 

ALEXANDER, FRANK DAVID. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1897. S. of David Tom, of Brynuthin, Dynas Powis, 
Cardiff, Glam. B. Jime 2, 1878, at Penarth, Glam. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1901. Lieut., loth 
Hussars, 1902. Served in the South African War, 1900-2 
(Queen's medal, 3 clasps); retired, 1910. Served in the Great 
War (Capt., 19th Hussars, 1914-18; wounded; twice men- 
tioned in despatches; Belgian Croix de Guerre. Inspector of 
Remounts). Lieut.-Col., 1921. C.B.E. (Haileybury Sch. Reg.; 
Univ. War List.) 

ALEXANDER, FREDERICK HENRY THOMAS. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1878. [5th s. of Henry, of Forkhill, 
Co. Armagh, Ireland.] B. Nov. 30, i860, at Boulogne, 
France. School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1878. In the 
Army Pay Dept., 1881; Capt., 1900; retired, 1902. Served in 
Burma, 1888-^; with the South China Field Force; Nile, 
1898. In the South African War. Died Sept. 26, 1921, at 
Faygate Place, Sussex. (G. B. Routledge; Foster, Peerage, 
sub Caledon.) 



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Alexander, George Glover 

ALEXANDER, GEORGE GLOVER. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Oct. i8, 1884. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891; 
LL.M. 1905. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. i, 1887, age 25; 
s. and h. of Christopher, of Bamsley, Yorks. Called to the 
Bar, 1890. On the North Eastern Circuit. Assistant Recorder 
of Leeds. Died July 16, 1931, at Bowness-on-Windermere. 
(R. F. Scott; Inner Temple Adm. Bk.) 

ALEXANDER, GEORGE HERBERT GOODWIN. Adm. pens, at 
Clare, Oct. 4, 1884. [S. and h. of Alexander Benjamin 
(1859), clerk. B. June 27, 1865. School, Haileybury.] 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1923. Assistant 
Master at Rockley House, Southampton, 1888-91; at Cheam 
School, Surrey, 1891-1909; at St Neots, Eversley, 1915-20. 
Head Master of St Anselm's School, Croydon, 1921-34. Died 
June 5, 1934, at Croydon. (HaiUybury Sch. Reg.; School- 
masters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

ALEXANDER, GERVASE DISNEY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 

1898. S. and h. of Reginald Gervase (1867), M.D., of HaUfax. 
B. there May 6, 1880. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 
1898; B.A. 1901; B.C. 1908. At St Thomas's Hospital, 
London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1906. CUnical Assistant at the 
Samaritan Hospital, the Evelina Hospital, and at the Hos- 
pital for Sick Children, Gt Ormonde Street, London. Of 
Blackwall Lodge, Halifax. Joined his father in practice at 
Halifax. Succeeded as 12th Baron Cobham {see note under 
his father); the eflects of the Act of Attainder of 1603 on 
the Barony having been removed by Act of Parliament in 
1916, he was summoned to Parliament by writ as Baron 
Cobham, Sept. 8, 1916. Died unmarried June 10, 1933, aged 
53, in London. {Venn, 11. 555; Medical Directory; Burke, 
P. and B., sttb Cobham.) 

ALEXANDER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 25, 
1779. Of Ireland. [2nd s. of Robert, of Boom HjiU, London- 
derry. B. 1763, at Derry.] Matric. Lent, 1779. Migrated to 
TrinityCollege (DubUn) Mar. 24 (5tc), 1779; Scholar, 1781; B.A. 
(Dublin) 1783. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Aug. 30, 1779. Called to 
the Irish Bar, 1785. Of Glen togher, Donegal, Ireland. M.P. for 
Newtown, 1788-90; for Askeaton, 1790-7; for Londonderry, 
1798-1802; for Old Sarum, 1802-6. Colonial Secretary for 
the Cape of Good Hope till 1818. Chairman of the Committee 
of Means and Waj-s. Married Dorothy, dau. of Francis 
Rivers, Esq., of London, Feb. 14, 1807. Died May 6, 1818, 
aged 55. Brother of Nathaniel (1778). {Al. Dubl.; Burke, 
Irish Gentry.) 

ALEXANDER, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, June i, 
1867, clerk. Name off, Jan. 21, 1873. Ord. deacon, 1852; 
priest (York) 1853. Chaplain in the Royal Navy, 1854; on 
the retired Ust in 1872. V. of Shelford, Notts., 1859-74. 
R. of Colwick, 1874-96. Died July 24, 1896, aged 69. {Crock- 
ford; Scott, MSS.) 

ALEXANDER, HENRY ROBERT TAYLER. Adm. pns. at 
Trinity, July 6, 1859. S. of Henry, of Hanwell, Middlesex. 
B. Oct. 26, 1841, at Brighton. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865. Solicitor, 1868. Sometime Chief 
Clerk in Judges' Chambers. Taxing Master in Chancery, 
1896; Senior Taxing Master of the Supreme Court. A mem- 
ber of the M.C.C., 1865-1920. Died Feb. 11, 1920, aged 78, 
at 16, King Edward Mansions, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, 
W.C. 2. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, Feb. 13, 1920.) 

ALEXANDER, HERBERT GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, 1882. S. of R[obert] H[enry], Esq., of Lombard Street, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1882. Brother of PhiUp P. (1882) 
and probably of Robert E. (1878), William G. (1883) and 
Walter C. (1885). 

ALEXANDER, HERBERT ROBERT. Matric. Non-CoU. Oct. 
1885; from Ayerst H. Adm. pens, at St John's, May i, 
1886. S. of Robert, sugar merchant. B. July 25, 1866, at 
Lewisham, Kent. School, Central Hill College, Norwood 
(Mr G. H. Pope). B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon, 1889; 
priest (Worcester) 1890; C. of St Mary's, Leamington, 
1889-91. Held other curacies, 1891-1907. V. of Upper Tean, 
Stoke-upon-Trent, 1907-36. Not in Crockford, 1937. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 19, 1862. 
S. of Thomas, Esq. B. Mar. 19, 1843, at Marylebone, 
Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1862. 

ALEXANDER, JAMES FINLAY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 29, 1895. S. of John, of 21, Hampstead Hill Gardens, 
Hampstead, London. B. June 15, 1876, at Hampstead. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 
1902; B.C. 1902; M.B. 1902; M.D. 1906. Medical student at 
St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 1899-1902; House 
Surgeon, 1902-3. House Physician at Brompton Hospital. 
Served in the Great War (Lieut., R.A.M.C, 1915). Medical 
Officer at the Cottage Hospital, Sevenoaks. Of 3, South Park, 
Sevenoaks, Kent (Alexander, Archer and Bradshaw). {Win- 
chester Coll. Reg. ; Medical Directory, 1938.) 

ALEXANDER, JAMES GRAHAM. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 

1899. School, Wellington [not in Wellington College Reg.]. 



Alexander, Raynsford Dupr6 

Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. and LL.B. 1902. Adm. soUcilor, 
Jan. 1906 (Jones and Alexander); of Wednesbury, Staffs. 
Served in the Great Wair (Lieut., Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers) . 
{Univ. War List; Law List, 1937.) 

ALEXANDER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 14 {sic)) at Pembroke, 
Feb. 6, 1776. S. of William, wool-dealer. B. at Heywood, 
Lanes. Matric. Lent, 1777; Scholar; B.A. 1780; M.A. 1786. 
Ord. deacon (York) Oct. 14, 1781. P.C. of Honley, Yorks., 
1788 (?)-i8o2. 

ALEXANDER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 5, 1869. 
S. of John, M.P. [of Milford House, Carlow]. B. Sept. 23, 
1850, at Monkstown. Matric. Michs. 1869. Entered the 
Army (ist (King's) Dragoon Guards; Capt., 1882; Major. 
Served in the Zulu War, 1879). Of Milford House, Co. Carlow; 
succeeded his father, 1885. J.P. High Sheriff of Carlow, 
1891, Married cuid had issue. (Burke, Irish Gentry; Foster, 
Baronetage, 1883; Kelly, Handbook, 1938.) 

ALEXANDER, JOHN BARROW. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 25, 1869. Of Durham. [S. and h. of Disney 
Legard, M.A. (Oxon.), V. of Ganton, Yorks.] Matric. Lent, 
1870; B..\. 1874; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon, 1874; priest 
(Lichfield) 1875 ; C. of Heath, Derbs., 1874-8. C. of Boynton, 
Yorks., 1878-9. Went to America. C. of Denver, U.S.A., 
1879-81. R. of Port Townsend, Washington, 1882-5. British 
Vice-Consul at Washington, 1884-92; at Tacoma, 1892- 
1907. Lie. pr., dios. London and Peterborough, 1908-11. 
R. of Holcott, Northants., 19 11-14. Died Nov. 3, 1930, 
aged 81, at 34, Avenue Terrace, York. {Crockford; The Times, 
Nov. 5, 1930.) 

ALEXANDER, JOHN BENNETT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 6, 1900. S. of J. B., Esq., senr., of 2, Jesmond Villas, 
Wakefield, Yorks. [B. 1881, at Newcastle-on-Tyne. School, 
Barnard Castle County.] Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; 
M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon, 1904; priest (Newcaslle-on-Tyne) 
1905 ; C. of Jesmond, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1904-8. V. of 
Middleton, Norfolk, 1908-20. Chaplain of the Royal Masonic 
School, Bushey, Herts., 1920-36-. Perhaps brother (or 
half-brother) of Charles T. (1882). (Cox, Who's Who in 
Norfolk, 1912; Crockford, 1938.) 

ALEXANDER, JOHN JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Aug. 11, 
1887. 2nd s. of Joseph, farmer, of Ceirrigans, Londonderry. 
B. Nov. 12, 1865, at Imlick, Carrigans. Schools, Academical 
Institution, Londonderry (Mr J. Dick), and Queen's College, 
Belfast (Mr J. L. Porter). Matric. Michs. 1887; Scholar, 
1889. B.A. {8th Wrangler) 1890; M.A. 1895. Head Master 
of Tavistock Grammar School, 1895-1928. Wrote articles on 
historical subjects for the Devon Assoc. Trans. President of 
the Devonshire Association, 1932-3. Married and had issue. 
Of Upton, St Mary's Hill, Paignton, Devon. J.P. {School- 
masters' DirecUfry; Univ. Pari. Reg., 1938; KeWy, Handbook, 
1938.) 

ALEXANDER, MORRIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 1897. 
Of Germany. S. of Abraham, coal merchant, of Johannesburg. 
B. Dec. 4, 1877, at Znin, near Bromberg. School, South 
African College, Cape Town. Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar, 
1899; B.A., LL.B. 1900; M.A. 1904. Barrister (Inner 
Temple) 1900; an advocate of the South African Supreme 
Court, Eastern District, and of the High Court of Rhodesia. 
K.C. Member of Cape Town House of Assembly, 1908, 
1910-15, 1920-1, 1924-32 and 1933-; of the South African 
National Party. President of the New Hebrew Congregation, 
Cape Town, 1906-. Vice-President of the South African 
Jewish Board of Deputies. Of 4, Wall Street, Cape Town. 
{International Who's Who, 1938; Law List, 1937.) 

ALEXANDER, NATHANIEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 29, 1778. Of Ireland. [S. and h. of Robert, of Boom Hall, 
Londonderry. B. Aug. 12, 1760.] Schools, Harrow and 
Stanmore. Matric. Michs. 1778; Scholar, 1779; B.A. 1783; 
M.A. 1787. [Referred to by Dr Parr, of Harrow, in his last 
will as 'my most respected pupil.'] 'D.D. ' Precentor of Ar- 
magh, 1796; Bishop of Clonfert, 1802-4; of Killaloe, 1804; 
of Down and Connor, 1804-23; of Meath, 1823-40. P.C. 
(Ireland). Of Portglenone, Co. Antrim (by purchase). 
Married Anne, dau. of Richard Jackson, M.P., of Coleraine, 
May 18, 1785. Died Oct. 21, 1840. Brother of Henry (1779) 
and father of Robert (1806). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, 
Irish Gentry; Foster, Peerage, sub Caledon.) 

ALEXANDER, PHILIP PEMBROKE. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, 1882. S. of R. H., Esq., of Lombard Street, London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1882. Of LayweU, Brixham, 
Devon. J.P. Director of Simpson and Stricklands. Brother 
of Herbert G. (1882), etc. {Eton Sch. Lists.) 

ALEXANDER, RAYNSFORD DUPR6. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, July 6, 1854. S. of Robert Dupr6 [and grandson of 
Sir Robert Alexander, Bart., a director of the Bank of 
Ireland]. B. in London. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1854. Probably died young; not given in Foster, Baronetage, 
1883, or Burke, P. and B., where the only surviving child, 
Caroline Charlotte (2nd wife to Leicester Hibbert, Esq., of 
Chalfont, Bucks.) alone is mentioned. 



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Alexander, Reginald Gervase 

ALEXANDER, REGINALD GERVASE. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. lo, 1867. S. of William, M.D., of Halifax, 
Yorks. B. there Feb. 20, 1847. Matric. Michs. 1867. Migrated 
to Caius, Oct. 19, 1870; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1878. M.D. (Edin- 
burgh) 1881. In practice at Halifax and Bradford; Physician 
to Halifax Infirmary; late Senior Physician to Bradford 
Fever Hospital; subsequently consulting Physician to the 
Royal Infirmaries of Halifax and Bradford. An authority 
on phthisis. F.L.S. Of Blackwall Lodge, HaUfax. J. P. In 
i9og, submitted a petition, in company with Cuthbert 
Mathias Kenworthy (later Lord Strabolgi) and Alexander 
Henry Leith, for the termination of the abeyances of the 
baronies of Cobham, of Strathbogie and Burgh. Their claims 
were heard by the Committee for Privileges in 1911; in 1912 
it was decided that Dr Alexander was a co-heir to the baronies 
named; the attainder on the Barony of Cobham in 1603 was 
reversed by Act of Parliament shortly after Dr Alexander's 
death at Blackwall Lodge, on Feb. 14, 1916. His son, 
Gervase Disney, accordingly succeeded to the Barony of 
Cobham, being summoned by writ to the House of Lords, 
Sept. 8, 1916. Father of Gervase D. (1898). {Venn, 11. 396; 
G.E.C., ed. Gibbs; The Times, June 12, 1933-) 

ALEXANDER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 27, 
1806. [S. and h. of Nathaniel (1778), Bishop of Down. B. 
June 19, 1788.] Matric. Michs. 1806; B.A. 1810. Preb. of 
Connor, 1813-14. Archdeaconof Down, 1814-40. R. ofAhog- 
hill, Co. Antrim, 1828-40. R. of Terryglass (Killaloe), 
1828-40. Of Portglenone, Co. Antrim. Married (i) Catherine, 
dau. of John Staples, M.P., of Lissane, Co. Tyrone, Aug. 21, 
1813; (2) Hester Helena, dau. of Alexander M'Manus, of 
Mount Davis, Co. Antrim. Died July 31, 1840, at Port- 
glenone House. (Foster, P. and B., sub Caledon; Cotton, 
Fasti Hiber., in. 270, 233; G. Mag.) 

ALEXANDER, ROBERT ERNEST. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1878. S. of Robert Henry, Esq., of Bexley, Kent. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. On the Stock Ex- 
change. Died Jan. 2, 1929, aged 69, in London; 's. of the 
late Robert Henry, of 24, Hans Place, S.W.' Brother of 
Walter C. (1885), etc. (The Times, Jan. 3, 1929.) 

ALEXANDER, ROBERT SPREUL CRAWFORD AITCHESON. 
Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 8, 1840. [S. and h. of, Robert, 
Esq., of Kentucky, U.S.A., and nephew of Sir William, of 
Airdrie, Lanarks., Chief Baron of the Exchequer.] Matric. 
Michs. 1840 (Robert); B.A. 1846. Of .\irdrie, Lanarks., and 
Cowden, Dumbarton. Magistrate for Co. Lanark. Died un- 
married, Dec. I, 1867, aged 48, at Woodford, Kentucky. 
(G. Mag., 1868, I. 254.) 

ALEXANDER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Apr. 11, 
1863. S. of Thomas, Esq., of 10, Upper Hyde Park Gardens, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar. 

ALEXANDER, WALTER CLEVERLY. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, 1885. S. of Robert Henry, Esq., of Gifford House, 
Roehampton. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. 
Of Chateau Thomeaux, Indre-et-Loire. Died Dec. 16, 1931. 
Brother of Robert E. (1878) and Philip P. (1882), etc. 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM ARTHUR. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 
1899. S. of Thomas Arthur, physician and surgeon, of 
Clematis House, Walton, Norjfolk. B. there Mar. r, 1880. 
School, Wellingborough Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1899; 
B.A. 1902. At the London and Charing Cross Hospitals. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1909. Served in the Great War (Capt., 
R.A.M.C). Resident in New Zealand; of Turua, Hauraki 
Plains, N.Z., 1938. (Venn, 11. 394; Medical Directory, 1938; 
Vniv. War List.) 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM GEOFFREY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1883. S. of R. H., Esq., of Lombard Street, London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. Director of Alex- 
anders, of Lombard Street, London. Of War4ey Lodge, 
Brentwood. Brother of Philip P. (1882), etc. (Eton Sch. 
Lists.) . 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 7, 1824; from Trinity College, Dublin. [S. and h. of 
Sir Robert, Bart., of Dublin. B. Apr. i, 1797.] Did not 
matriculate. Incorp. B.A. from Dublin, 1825; M.A. 1825. 
[Adm. at Trinity College, Dublin, Oct. 4, 1813, age 16; B.A. 
(Dublin) 1817.] Adm. at Lincoln's Irm, Jan. 24, 1822. Called 
to the Bar, 1825 ; incorp. at the Middle Temple, 1840. On the 
Oxford Circuit. Bencher, 1844. Q.C., 1844. Attorney- 
General to the Prince of Wales, 1853. Succeeded his father 
as 3rd Bart., Dec. i, 1859; Died unmarried Mar. 31, 1873, at 
22, St James's Place, London. (At. Dubl.; Burke, P. and B.) 

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM STUART. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Nov. 21, 1854. S. and h. of WilUam Stuart 
fformeriy Judge of Bhagalpur], of 15, Sussex Gardens, Hyde 
Park, London. B. June 3, 1836, in India. School, Ton- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1855. Entered the Bengal Artillery, 
1858. Instructor in gunnery. Married and had issue. Died 
Sept. 13, i868, at Allahabad, India. Brother of Charles D. 



Alford, Henry 

(1859). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Burke, Irish G.; Foster, 
Peerage, sub Caledon.) 

ALF, AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, May 18, 1754. 
Probably brother of the next. 

ALF, GERARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, May 18, 1754. 

ALFORD, Viscount, see GUST, JOHN HUME. 

ALFORD, ALLAN CAMERON. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1874. Of Middlesex. S. and h. of George, V. of St 
Paul's, Bristol. B. June 30, 1855, at i, Albert Villas, Haver- 
stock HUl, London. Matric. Michs. 1874; Scholar, 1876; 
B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. Ord. deacon, 1878; priest (Gloucester 
and Bristol) 1879; C. of Downend, Bristol, 1878-80. C. of 
St Luke's, Barton Hill, Bristol, 1880-1. R. of Aston Sand- 
ford, Bucks., 1881-95. V. of Nether Winchendon, 1888-1920. 
V. of Cuddington, 1895-1920. Resided latterly at Crewkeme. 
Died there Oct. 20, 1928, aged 73. Brother of George P. 
(1875). (Crockford.) 

ALFORD, BRADLEY HURT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Jan. I, 1855. 2nd s. of Henry [M.A. (Oxon.)], clerk, of 
Tunbridge Wells, Kent. B. Aug. 28, 1837, at Ampton, 
Suffolk. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar, 
1858; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1862. Assistant Master at Marl- 
borough College, 1859. Ord. deacon, 1862; priest (London) 
1863. C. of St Michael's, Pimlico, London, 1862-5. V. of 
Leavenheath, Suffolk, 1865-8. P.C. of Holy Trinity, Hoxton, 
1868-77. V. of St Luke's, Nutford Place, London, 1877- 
1903; retired. Married and had issue. Author, Old Testament 
History and Literature; Sermons, etc. Sometime Editor of the 
Contemporary Review. Died Oct. 12, 1914, at Ventnor, Isle 
of Wight. Half-brother of Henry (1827). (Tonbridge Sch. 
Reg.; Alford Family Notes.) 

ALFORD, CHARLES RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 23, 1835. [S. and h. of Charles, R. of St Audries, West 
Quanloxhead, Somerset. B. there Aug. 13, 1816. School, 
St Paul's; Exhibitioner.] Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; 
M.A. 1842; D.D. 1867. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1839; priest, 
1840; C. of Finningley, near Doncaster, 1839-41. P.C. of 
St Matthew's, Rugby, 1843-6. V. of Christ Church, Don- 
caster, Yorks., 1846-54. Principal of the Metropolitan 
Training College, Highbury, Middlesex, 1854-64. Lecturer at 
Christ Church, Highbury, 1854-65. V. of Holy Trinity, 
Islington, 1865-6. Bishop of Victoria, Hong Kong, 1867-72. 
Returned to England. C. of Bowdon, Cheshire, 1872-3. V. 
of Christ Church, Claughton, 1874-7. V. of Kippington, 
Kent, 1877-80. Commissary to the Bishop of Huron, 
Canada, 1880-1. Married (i) Sarah Jacosha, dau. of John 
Fleet, of Fenchurch Street, London, July 21, 1841 ; (2) Emma, 
dau. of Edward Sheardown, solicitor, of Doncaster, Sept. 26, 
1877. Author, First Principles of the Oracles of God, etc. 
Died June 13, 1898, at Tunbridge Wells. Buried there. M.I. 
Father of Josiah G. (1866). (Alford Family Notes; Crockford.) 

ALFORD, GEORGE PERCY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 8, 1875. Of Herts. 2nd s. of George, V. of St Paul's, 
Bristol. B. Apr. 17, 1858, at Arkley, Bamet. Matric Michs. 
1875. Removed to Ayerst H.; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Ord. 
deacon, 1891; priest (Worcester) 1892; C. of St Thomas's, 
Stourbridge, 1891-3. C. (to his father), at Mangotsfield, 
Gloucs., 1893-9. V. of Wormleighton, Worcs., 1899-1922. 
Lie. pr., dio. Coventry, 1922-8. Mzirried and had issue. 
Living at Wellington, Salop, in 1934. Brother of Allan C. 
(1874). (Crockford.) 

ALFORD, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 24, i8i8. S. 
and h. of Henry, of Roborough, Devon. B. there Sept. 14, 
1793. School, Roborough (Mr Tucker). Matric. Michs. 1818; 
Scholar, 1820; B.A. 1822 ; M.A. 1829. C. of Westleigh, Devon, 
1831. Head Master of Bideford Grammar School, 1841-51. 
Chaplain to Bideford Union c. 1847-53. Married Sarah 
Gourlay, of Gt Yarmouth. Died s.p. Feb. 13, 1861, aged 66 
(sic). Buried at Abbotsham, Devon. M.I. One of these names 
(M.A.) R. of Winkfield, Wilts., 1833-5; but see Al. Oxon. 
for a contemporary namesake. (Alford Family Notes, 105.) 

ALFORD, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Dec. 28, 
1827. S. of Henry [R. of Ampton, Suffolk]. B. Oct. 7, i8io, 
in London. School, Ilminster Grammar (Mr Allen). Matric. 
Michs. 1828; Scholar, 1830; Prizeman; B.A. (34** Wrangler 
and &th Classic) 1832; M.A. 1835; B.D. 1850; D.D. 1859. 
Fellow, 1834. President of the Union, 1832. Hulsean 
Lecturer, 1841-3. Ord. deacon (Exeter) Oct. 27, 1833; priest 
(London) Nov. 6, 1834; C. (to his father) at Ampton, Suffolk, 
1833. V. of Wymeswold, Leics., 1835-53. Examiner in 
Logic and Moral Philosophy at London University, 1841-57. 
Minister of Quebec Chapel, Marylebone, 1853-7. Dean of 
Canterbury, 1857-71. Married Francis Oke (his cousin), dau. 
of the Rev. Samuel Alford, of Heale House. Edited the Greek 
Testament, 1849-61. Realising the value of the work done 
by the German critics, went to Bonn and studied German, 
1847. Undertook other biblical works and commenced a 
Commentary on the Old Testament. Editor of Dearden's 



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Alford, Josiah George 

Magazine, and the first editor of the Contemporary Review. 
One of the revisers of the New Testament. Edited the works 
of Dr Donne (7 vols.) for J. W. Parker. Pubhshed a trans- 
lation of the Odyssey in blank verse. A man of varied accom- 
plishments: poet, musician and composer; wrote the well- 
known Harvest Hymn, 'Come ye thankful people, come,' and 
the Baptismal Hymn, 'In token that tnou shalt not fear'; 
a water-colour painter ; also possessed considerable mechanical 
skill. For a list of his works see The Life of Dean A Iford, by 
his widow. Died Jan. 12, 1871. Half-brother of Bradley H. 
(1855). (Alford Family Notes; D.N.B.) 

ALFORD, JOSIAH GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 6, 1866. Of London. [2nd s. of Charles Richard (1835), 
Bishop of Victoria. B. Jan. i, 1847, at Doncaster. School, 
Islington Proprietary.] Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; 
M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon, 1870; priest (Chichester) 1871; C. 
of St Leonards-on-Sea, 1870-1. C. of Cleeve, Somerset, 
1871-3. Assistant Inspector of Training Colleges, 1872-5. 
Minor Canon of Bristol, 1873-81. V. of St Nicholas, with St 
Leonard's, Bristol, 1880-95. Chaplain to the Lord Mayor of 
Bristol, 1893. V. of Stoke Bishop, 1895-1908. Hon. Canon 
of Bristol, 1897-1912; Canon, 1912-24. Rural Dean of 
Stapleton, 1905-11. Surrogate and Diocesan Trustee. Com- 
missary to the Archdeacon of Brisbane, 1912-21. Chaplain to 
the Territorial Forces, 1910-14. Chaplain to the Forces, 
istCl., R.A.C.D., 1914-19. Proctor in Convocation, 1919-21. 
C.B.E., 1919. AnthoT, Alford Family Notes. Married and had 
issue. Died Jan. 12, 1924, aged 77. 

ALFORD, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar. 16, 1837. Of 
Somerset. [S. and h. of Samuel, V. of Muchelney, Somerset, 
and of Heale House, Curry Rivell. B. Oct. 3, 1803, at Heale. 
School, Ilminster Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1837; B.A. 
1841; M.A. 1845. Previously prepared for a legal career at 
BristoL Ord. deacon, 1841; priest (Peterb.) 1842. C. of 
Chideock, Dorset, 1843-6. C. of Wymeswold, Leics. C. of 
Glasbury, Brecons., till 1872. R. of Upper Helmesley, Yorks., 
1872-S6. Married Henrietta Whitter TickeU, of Scone, 
Cornwall. Died Nov. 10, 1886, aged 83, at Upper Helmsley. 
M.I. Buried there. {Alford Family Notes, 163.) 

ALFORD, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 12, 1862. 
3rd s. of Henry, surgeon (F.R.C.S.). B. Feb. 22, 1843, at 
Taunton, Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1862. Entered the 
medical profession; practised at Southsea, Hants. Married 
and had issue. Died Jan. 21, 1882. {Alford Family Notes, 
167.) 

ALFORD, WALTER GOLDIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 
1863. S. and h. of Walter, clerk [M.A. (Oxon.), V. of Drayton, 
Somerset]. B. Apr. 15, 1845, at Muchelney. Matric. Michs. 
1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1871. Ord. deacon, 1874; priest 
(Peterb.) 1875; C. of Church Langton, Leics., 1874-8. C. of 
Shapwick with Ashcott, Somerset, 1878-80. V. of Henton, 
Somerset, 1880-9. Died unmarried Jan. 26, 1889, aged 43. 
Buried at Drayton. M.I. Brother of William P. (next). 
{Alford Family Notes.) 

ALFORD, WILLIAM POWELL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1878. Of Somerset. 3rd s. of Walter, V. of Drayton, 
Taunton. B. there Aug. 22, 1859. School, Sherborne. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon, 
1882; priest (Lichfield) 1883; C. of Dawley Magna, Salop, 
1882-4. C. of Exmouth, 1884-95. V. of Dawlish, Devon, 
1895-1916. Rural Dean of Kenn, 1904-6. Lie. pr., dio. 
Exeter, 1917-34. Died Oct. 8, 1934, aged 75, at Lisbum, 
Torquay. Brother of Walter G. (above). (Crockford; The 
Times, Oct. 10, 1934.) 

ALGAR, HENRY. Adm. at Sidney, 1777. 

ALI, ABDULLAH YUSSUF, see YUSSUF-ALI. 

ALI, SAYYID KAZIM, see KAZIM ALI, SAYYID. 

ALI [or WARIS ALI], SAYYID WARIS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 6, 1877 (Wans Ali, Sayyid). S. of Sayyid Ihsan AU 
Khcin. B. at Ujjam. School, Calcutta University. Matric. 
Michs. 1877 (AU, Sayyed Waris). Kept seven and a half 
terms: Michs. 1877-Lent, 1880. Adm, at the Inner Temple, 
June 29, 1878, age 22, as s. of Hakkan Sayyed Ihsan Ali 
Khan, Bahadoor, of Gwalior, Central India, minister to the 
Maharajah of Scindia. Returned to India. Died shortly after- 
wards. {Peile, n. 658; Scott, MSS.; Inner Temple Adm. Bk.) 

ALI, SYED AMIR. Adm. at King's, Oct. 15, 1898; advanced 
student. S. of Syed Ali Hasan. School, Nizam's College, 
Hyderabad. Matric. Michs. 1898. Left Jan. 1901. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, 1898. Called to the Bar, 1902. Inspector 
of Schools in Hyderabad. Sometime of Darushshifa, Hydera- 
bad, Deccan, India. Died 'more than 25 years ago.' (King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.; R. P. Paranjpye.) 

ALI KHAN, see also KHAN. 

ALI KHAN, ZAHID. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Feb. 9, 1887. S. 
of Mouloi (? Maulvi) Safdar Hosain Khan. B. Apr. 1866, at 
Gorakhpur, India. School, Aligarh College, N.W.P. Adm. at 



Alison, Henry 

the Inner Temple, 1886. Called to the Bar, 1890. Returned 
to India. Practised at the Bar at Gorakhpur, till his death, 
'some years ago.' Brother of Mohmad H. (next). {Peile, u. 
733; R. L. Lloyd; R. P. Paranjpye.) 

ALI KHAN, MOHMAD or MOHAMMAD HAMID. Adm. pens, 
at Christ's, Feb. 9, 1887. S. of Mouloi (? Maulvi) Safdar 
Hosain Khan. B. May, 1868, at Gouda, Oudh, India. School, 
Aligarh College, N.W.P. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1886. 
Called to the Bar, 1890. Returned to India. Practised at the 
Bar at Fyzabad. 'Dead.' Brother of Zahid (above). {Peile, u. 
733; R. P. Paranjpye.) 

ALINGTON, CHARLES EDMUND ARGENTINE. Adm. at 
Trinity Hall, 1891. S. of Julius, Esq., of Little Barford, 
Beds. B. there May 26, 1872. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1891. Of Little Barford House, Beds. Lord of the Manors of 
Little Barford, of Stotfold, Herts., and of Twywell, Northants. 
J. P. for Hunts, and Beds. High Sheriff of Beds., 1915. A 
noted breeder of Labrador retrievers. Author, Partridge 
Driving. Died unmarried Dec. 13, 1931, aged 59, at Little 
Barford. (Burke, L.G. ; Walford, Co. Fam.) 

ALINGTON, GEORGE MARMADUKE. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Mar. 14, 1816. Of Lines. [S. and h. of Marmaduke 
(1778), clerk, of Swinhope. B. Feb. 17, 1798.] School, West- 
minster. Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820. Of Swinhope, 
Lines. J. P. and D.L. Married Mary, dau. of Matthew 
Bancroft Lister, of Burwell Park, Lines., May 17, 1825. Died 
Feb. 18, 1890, aged 92. Buried at Swinhope. Brother of 
Richard P. (1829). ( Vis. of Englatid and Wales, xx.) 

ALINGTON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Feb. 19, 
1820. Of Northants. [2nd s. of William (1779), R. of Twy- 
well. School, Westminster.] Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1826. 
In Holy Orders. Died Sept. 7, 1826, at Baldock, Herts., 
aged 25 (at the house of his grandfather). Buried at Twywell. 
[On Apr. 28, 1828, Frances Alington, his betrothed wife, 
died of grief at his loss; Twywell Reg.]. {T. A. Walker, 409; 
Record of Old Westminsters; G. Mag., 1826, 11. 378; H. I. 
Longden.) 

ALINGTON, MARMADUKE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 
24, 1778. Of Herts. [S. and h. of Henry, R. of Aston, and of 
Swinhope, Lines. B. Sept. 2, 1760.] Matric. Lent, 1779; 
B.A. 1782. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Apr. 7, 1778. Of Swinhope, 
Lines. J. P. An active magistrate for upwards of fifty years. 
R. of Stenigot, Lines., 1785-1837. R. of Walsoken, Norfolk, 
1787-1840. Married Ann, dau. of the Rev. John Emeris, 
of Louth, Lines., Aug. 15, 1794. Died Aug. 3, 1840, at 
Swinhope House. Brother of William (1779); father of 
George M. (1816), and the next. (Scott, MSS.; G. Mag.) 

ALINGTON, RICHARD PYE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 19, 
1829. 5th s. of Marmaduke (above), clerk, of Swinhope 
House, Lines. [B. Aug. 13, 1809. School, Bromsgrove 
Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A. 1835. Ord. deacon, 
1835; priest, 1836. C. of Thorganby, Lines.; R. of S^vinhope 
and of Stenigot, 1837-84. Married Emily, dau. of William 
Medland, of Hertford, 1842. Died Nov. 3, 1884, at Swinhope. 
Brother of George M. (1816). (Burke, L.G.; Crockford.) 

ALINGTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
Feb. 18, 1779. Of Herts. [2nd s. of Henry, R. of Aston, 
Herts. B. 1761.] School, Hertford. Matric. Lent, 1780; 
B.A. 1783; M.A. 1809. R. (and patron) of Twywell, 
Northants., 1799-1849. R. of Little Barford, Beds., 1809. 
(Probably also R. of Swinhope, Lines., 1785-1837.) Of 
Graveley, Herts. Married Sarah, dau. of John Williamson, 
banker, of Baldock, Herts. Died Dec. 13, 1849, aged 88. 
Buried at Twywell. Brother of Marmaduke (1778) and 
father of Henry (1820). {T .A. Walker, 346; Vis. of England 
and Wales, vii; Scott, MSS.; Cant. Ad Bk.) 

ALISON, see also ALLISON. 

ALISON, Sir ARCHIBALD. Hon. LL.D. 1888. Adjutant- 
General, 1886. Military member of the Council of India, 
1888-98. General, 1889. G.C.B. Died Feb. 5, 1907. (Burke, 
P. and B.) 

ALISON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 10, 1878. 
[3rd s. of William, Esq.] of Dunavon, Strathavon, Lanarks. 
B. Sept. 1, 1859. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. 
Adm. at the Sliddle Temple, Oct. 9, 1879, as Allison, C. 
Called to the Bar, 1884. Of Sydney, New South Wales, in 
1885. Resident at Knocke, Belgium, in 1938. (Foster, Men 
at the Bar; Reg. of the Senate, 1937.) 

ALISON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Dec. 4, 
1845. S. and h. of [Richard] Edwsird [of Park Hall, Lanes.]. 
B. 1828, in Lanes. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1846; 
B.A. 1850. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Dec. 5, 1850. Called 
to the Bar, 1853. Practised as Special Pleader on the 
Northern Circuit, and at Preston, Salford and Kirkdale 
Sessions. Of Park Hall, Chorley, Lanes. Treasurer of the 
County Palatine of Lancaster. Died Nov. (? Sept.) 13, 1915. 
Brother of Loughton (1857) and Meyrick O. (1868). {Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; R. L. Lloyd.) 



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ALISON, LOUGHTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 29, 1857. 
S. of Richard Edward. B. Dec. 7, 1838, at Charnock, Lanes. 
Schools, [RossaU] and King's College, London. Maine. 
Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864; Com. causa (Oxford) 
1865. Ord. deacon, 1861; priest (Exeter) 1862. C. of Paignton, 
Devon, 1861-4. Chaplain at St Margaret's, East Gnnstead, 
Sussex, 1867-92. Died Sept. 19, 1892, at East Grinstead. 
Brother of Henry (above), etc. {Al. Oxon.; Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.) 

ALISON, MEYRICK ONSLOW. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 3, 
1868. S. of Richard Edward, of Park Hall, Chorley, Lanes. 
B. there Sept. 23, 1850. School, Marlborough. Matric. 
Michs. 1869; B.A. 1876. Ord. deacon, 1875; priest (Glou- 
cester and Bristol) 1876. C. of Corsham, Wilts., 1875-8. C. 
of Kingsland, Heref., 1878-9. R. of Penton Mewsey, Hants., 
1881-6. Resided latterly at Park Hall, Chorley, Lanes. 
Died July 14, 1898, at Fenny Compton, Warws. Brother of 
Loughton (above), etc. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

ALKEN, HENRY SEFFRIEN. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Michs. 1883. [S. of Charles, engineer, of London. B. Mar. 20, 
1865. School, Merchant Taylors'.] B.A. 1887; M.A. 1901. 
Ord. deacon, 1898; priest (London) 1899. C. of St Luke's, 
Holloway, 1898-1900. C. of St George's, Tufnell Park, 
London, 1900-2. V. of Bredgar, Kent, 1903-29. Died Apr. 8, 
1929, aged 64. {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Crockford; 
The Times, Apr. 11, 1929.) 

ALKIN, THOMAS VERRIER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Oct. II, 1764. S. of Thomas, of Kent [and Susan, dau. of 
Benjamin Verrier, of Sandwich]. B. at Canterbury. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1765; B.A. 1769; M.A. 1772. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich, Lift. dim. from Canterbury) Dec. 26, 1769; 
priest (Canterbury) Sept. 22, 1770; C. of Acrise and Swin- 
field, Kent, 1769. V. of Lenham, 1772-81. V. of Eynesford, 
1783-4. Married Mary, dau. of Thomas Turner, of Hun ton. 
Died Jan. 28, 1784, at Eynesford. {Eton Coll. Reg.; Cant. Act 
Bk.; Hasted, iv. 233.) 

ALKIN, THOMAS VERRIER. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 9, 
1861. Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1873. Ord. 
deacon, i868; priest (Brisbane) 1869. C. of Toowoomba, 
Australia, 1868-9. V. of Gayndah with Burnett, 1869-72. 
V. of AUora, 1873. V. of Gympie, 1874. R. of St Peter's, 
Campbelltown to 1901; with St Mary's, Denham Court, 
1876-1904. R. of Kiama, 1904-11. Rural Dean of Wollogong, 
1907-12. Lie. pr., die. Sydney, 1911-22. Not ia. Crockford, 
1923- 

ALLAN, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1, 1881. 2nd s. of Francis (Fraser) Stallan, Esq. B. 
May 23, 1861, at Maxwelltown, Dumfries. Schools, Dumfries 
Academy and Edinburgh University. Matric. Michs. 1881; 
B.A. 1884; LL.B. 1885. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 4, 
1882, as ' 2nds. of FraserStallan Allan, of Dumfries, Surveyor 
of Stamps and Taxes.' Called to the Bar, 1886. A Director 
of the London Labourers' Dwellings Society; and for a time 
hon. secretary of the Mansion House Council on Health and 
Housing. Author, legal. Died Dec. 17, 1929, at 12, Hillside 
Road, St Albans, Herts. (Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, 
Dec. 18, 1929.) 

ALLAN, DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 10, 1900. 
S. of William, engineer, of Sunderland and M.P. for Gates- 
head. B. Sept. 10, 1882, at Sunderland. School, Durham 
(Rev. W. Hobhouse). Matric. Michs. 1901; B.A. 1904. At 
Guy's Hospital, London; Clinical Assistant. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1909. Senior Medical Officer at the Fumess 
Officers' Hospital (Milit.), Harrogate. Chief School Medical 
Officer for Sunderland; late House Surgeon of Sunderland 
Infirmary. Of 14, West Lawn, Sunderland. Brother of 
Walter B. (1892). {Medical Directory, 1938.) 

ALLAN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 10, 1784. 
S. and h. of George, of Darlington, Durham [the Antiquary; 
for whom see D.N.B. B. July 8, 1767, at Darlington. School, 
Hertford (John Carr, LL.D.)]. Matric. Michs. 1785; Scholar, 
1785; B.A. 1789; M.A. 1792. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Feb. 9, 1785. Called to the Bar, 1790. Of Blackwall Grange, 
near Darlington. D.L. and J. P. for Durham. M.P. for 
Durham City, 1813-18. F.S.A., 1813. Bought his father's 
valuable collection of books and prints (which were sold 
under his will) and continued these collections. Retired to 
St Omer, France. Married Prudence, dau. of William 
Williams, gent., Sept. 1796. 'A gentleman no less dis- 
tinguished for his literary attainments than for an elegant, 
accomplished and generous mind.' Died s.p. July 21, 1828, 
at St Omer. Brother of James (1788). (Foster, CoH. Gen., 11. ; 
Ord, Cleveland, 499; G. Mag., 1828, 11. 468.) 

ALLAN, GRANT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 29, 
181 1. S. and h. of Grant. B. in London. School, Cheam, 
Surrey (Mr Wilding). Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1816; M.A. 
1819. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 3, 1813, as 's. of Grant, 
Esq., of Winchester Street, London.' Died June 7, 1851, 
aged 56. (G. Mag., 1851, 11. 103.) 



Allanson, George 

ALLAN, HERBERT WILLIAM. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1888. 
S. of Thomas, merchant, of York. B. there Feb. 11, 1869. 
School, St Peter's, York. Matric. Michs. 1888; Exhibitioner, 
1888; B.A. 1892. At Guy's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1897. Of Cheshunt House, The Mount, York, in 
1898; removed to Wells, Somerset. Of Melbourne House, 
WeUs; in practice there (Allan, Hincks and Mullins). Medical 
Officer in charge of the troops at Wells, 1915-16. O.B.E. 
{Venn, 11. 496; Medical Directory, 1937; Burke, O.B.E.) 

ALLAN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, May 10, 1788. 
[2nd s. of George, of Darlington, Durham (the Antiquary). 
Bapt. Feb. 27, 1772.] Capt., 29th Regt. of Foot. Died mi- 
married May 28, 1795, in the Island of Grenada. Brother of 
George (1784)- (Ord, Cleveland, 499; Foster, Yorks. Pedi- 
grees.) 

ALLAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 28, 1794. [2nd s. 
of Robert, Esq., of Bishopwearmouth, Durham. B. Aug. 29, 
1778.] Matric. Easter, 1800; B.A. 1801; M.A. 1804. Of 
Blackwall Hall, Durham, and of Barton, Yorks., Esq. J. P. 
for Co. Durham and the North Riding, Yorks. High Sherifi 
of Durham, 1843. Died unmarried Sept. 4, 1844, aged 66, in 
London. Buried in Darlington Church. (Ord, Cleveland; 
Burke, L.G.; G. Mag.) 

ALLAN, JOHN LLOYD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. I, 1836. S. of Larkin. B. at Canterbury, Kent. School, 
[Rochester Proprietary], Blackheath, Kent (Mr Whiston). 
Matric. Michs. 1836; Scholar, 1839; Prizeman; B.A. 1840; 
M.A. 1859. Ord. deacon, 1840; priest, 1841. Second Master 
of the Cathedral Grammar School, Rochester, 1842-51. 
Minor Canon of Rochester, 1847-51. Head Master of Queen 
Elizabeth Grammar School, Cranbrook, Kent, 1851-66. 
Died there Mar. 22, 1866, aged 48. (G. Mag.; Boase, iv. 
Suppl.) 

ALLAN, JOSEPH WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 28, 1817, S. of Thomas. B. i8oo, in London. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1819; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1826. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 28, 1823, as '2nd s. of 
Thomas, of Fredericks Place, Old Jewry, London.' Solicitor 
(Old Jewry). Brother of Thomas R. (1816). {List ofCarthus.) 

ALLAN, RICHARD WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1888, 
from Ayerst H. S. of R., of Madras. B.A. 1891. Ord. 
deacon, 1892; priest (Worcester) 1893. C. of St John 
Ladywood, Birmingham, 1892-4. C. of Bredy, Dorset, 
1895-9; resigned. Died Jan. 26, 1906. {Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.) 

ALLAN, ROBERT GEORGE. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1899. 
S. and h. of Alexander, proprietor of coffee estates at Coonsor, 
Madras Presidency, India. B. there Nov. 4 (? 7), 1879. 
School, Loretto. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1907. 
Assistant Master at Bridlington Grammar School, Yorks., 
in 1906. Entered the Indian Agricultural Service. Principal 
of Nagpur Agricultural College, 1907-35. Director of 
Agriculture, Central Provinces, 1926; United Provinces, 
1931-5; retired. CLE., 1936. {Sclioolmasters' Directory; 
India Office List, 1937.) 

ALLAN, THOMAS ROBINSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 28, 1816. S. of Thomas. B. in London. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1817 (Thomas); Scholar, 1821; B.A. 
{jgth Wrangler) 1822; M.A. 1825. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, July 3, i8i8. Called to the Bar, 1829. Brother of 
Joseph W. (1817). 

ALLAN, WALTER BEATTIE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 17, 1892. S. of William, marine-engine builder, of 
Sunderland. B. there Jan. 7, 1871. School, Durham Gram- 
mar (Rev. J. Marshall). Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. and LL.B. 
1894. Of 5, Ashbrooke Crescent, Sunderland. Occurs in 
Univ. Pari. Reg., 1938. Brother of Douglas (1900). 

ALLAN, WILLIAM GRIGOR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 
1889. S. of Alexander, of Blackfriars Haugh, Elgin, Morays. 
B. Oct. 2, 1871, at Elgin. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Of Clifton Mount, Clifton Road, 
Winchester. Occurs in Univ. Pari. Reg., 1938. 

ALLANBY, see also ALLENBY. 

ALLANBY or ALLONBY, WILLIAM [JOHN]. Adm. sizar at 
Peterhouse, May 9, 1760. Of Lines. School, Scorton. 
Scholar, 1760, 'John Allonby.' Probably P.C. of Cartmell 
Fell, Lanes., 1790-1827, as Allonby, John. Died 1827. 
(7". A. Walker, 320; G. Mag., 1827, 11. 379.) 

ALLANSON, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 20) at Christ's, 
May 18, 1816. S. of George, Preb. of Ripon [M.A. (Oxon.) and 
R. of Hodnet, Salop; died Dec. 1826]. B. at Ripon, Sept. 6, 
1796. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1816. Of Middleton 
Quemhow, Yorks. Inherited (through his mother, Anne 
Elizabeth Da vies) Broughton Hall, Flints., and Llannerch 
Park, near St Asaph. Became an invalid. Resided at 
Llannerch. [There is an early pedigree of the Allanson 
family in the account of the Cooke-Davies family; published 
1857.] Died unmarried c. 1868. {Peile, 11. 382.) 



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ALLANSON, RICHARD. Adm. at Trinity, Oct. 28, 1814; a 
'Ten-year' man. The Rev. Richard Alanson (s. of Edward, 
Esq.), died 1815, at Wavertree, Lanes. (G. Mag., 1815, 
1- 377.) 
ALLANSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 32) at Christ's, July 7, 
1807. S. of William. B. at Brompton, Yorks. Matric. 
Michs. 1807; Scholar, 1808; B.A. 1811. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
June 23, 1811; priest. May 15, 1812; C. of Gt Gidding, Hunts. 
Died there Apr. 3, 1820, aged 43 (sic). To be distinguished from 
Thomas Allanson, V. of Kirby-on-the-Moor, 1838-59, who 
died Oct. 4, 1859, aged 78, at Kirby Hall, Boroughbridge, 
and with whom he is confused in G. Mag., 1859, 11. 540. 
{Peile, n. 359; G. Mag., 1820, i. 379-) 
ALLANSON or ALLENSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity, June 16, 177S. S. of John, of York. School, 
Tadcaster, Yorks. (Mr Crosley). Matric. Michs. 1778; 
Scholar, 1780; B.A. 1782; M.A. 1785. Ord. deacon (York) 
Oct. 6, 1782; priest, July 27, 1783. V. of Scrayingham, 
Yorks., 1784-93. Died Jan. 3, 1793. (Musgrave, Obit.) 
ALLANSON-WINN [post Lord HEADLEY], ROWLAND 

GEORGE, see WINN, R. G. A. 
ALLARDICE, FRANCIS MOLISON. Matric. Non-Coil. Jan. 

1884; B.A. 1886. 
ALLASON, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1891. 
S. of Alfred, Esq., deceased, late of the Vale, Bournemouth. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1902. 
Adm. solicitor, 1900; retired, 1903. Well known as an 
amateur swimmer. Late Capt., 3rd (Mihtia) Batt., East 
Surrey Regt. M.C. Of 174, Holland Park Avenue, London, 
W. Died suddenly Jan. 22, 1935, aged 60, at Timana, Nice. 
(Harrow Sch. Reg.) 
ALLATT, CHRISTOPHER JOHN ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity, Nov. 8, 1816. S. of Christopher. B. in London. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1817; M.B. 1822; 
Lie. Med. 1825; M.D. 1827. F.R.C.P., 1828. Practised for 
many years at Boulogne, then returned to England, and 
practised at Dover. Died there May 14, 1883, aged 88 (sic). 
{Record of Old Westminsters; Munk, iii. 305.) 
ALLATT, HORACE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 2, 1837. 

Matric. Michs. 1838. 
ALLBLESS, NOWROJEE DADABHOY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1885. S. of Dadabhoy Eduljee, deceased (of Parsee origin). 
B. July 24, i860, in Bombay. Schools, St Xavier's College, 
Bombay, and Elphinstone College. Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1888. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 15, 
1885. Called to the Bar, 1888. Practised at Bombay before 
the Privy Council. Came to England and lived at Teddington, 
Middlesex, for ten years, then settled at Hampton-on-Thames. 
Identified himself with local Thames-side interests. Chairman 
of the Urban Council of Hampton, 1902; served on the 
District Council for 37 years; a member of the Middlesex 
County Council, 1904; Alderman, 1931. Chairman of the 
Hampton Grammar School and of the Hampton County 
School. Helped to promote St Mary's Cottage Hospital, 
Hampton; Hon. Secretary, 1913. Died Nov. 15, 1935. 
aged 75, at Hampton. (Venn, 11. 476; Caian; The Times, 
Nov. 23, 1935.) 
ALLBUTT, GEORGE LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 2, 1871. S. of George, surgeon. B. May 20, 1853, at 
Batley, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1876. 
ALLBUTT or ALLBUT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 3, 1828. Of Derbs. [sic). [S. of Thomas, printer and 
druggist, of Hanley, Staffs. B. there 1800.] Migrated to St 
Catharine's, Jan. 30, 1829. Matric. Lent, 1829; B.A. 1833, 
as Allbut; M.A. 1838. Ord. deacon (Bristol) Oct. 6, 1832, 
as AUbut; priest, 1833; C. of Dewsbury, Yorks., 1832-5; V., 
1835-62; Rural Dean, 1842-62. R. of Debach-cum-Boulge, 
Suffolk, 1862-7. Author, Sunday Scholars' Christian Year; 
Sermons. Edited The Cottage Magazine. Died Mar. 10, 1867, 
at Debach Rectory. Father of the next. (R. Simms, Biblio- 
theca Staffs. ; G. Mag.) 

ALLBUTT, THOMAS CLIFFORD. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 31, 
1855. S. of Thomas (above), V. of Dewsbury, Yorks. B. 
there July 20, 1836. School, St Peter's, York. Matric. Michs. 
1855; Scholar, 1856-63; B.A. 1859 (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class, 
i860); M.A. 1867; M.D. 1869. Professorial Fellow, 1892; Hon. 
LL.D. 1920; Hon. D.Sc. (Oxon.) 1904; Hon. LL.D. (Glasgow) 
1888; Hon. M.D. (Dublin) 1899; Hon. LL.D. (Toronto) 
1906; Hon. LL.D. (St Andrew's) 1911. Studied in Paris. 
Medical student at St George's Hospital, London. M.R.C.P., 
1878. F.R.C.P., 1882. Gulstonian Lecturer, 1884. Harveian 
Orator, 1900; Censor, 1906. For many years practised as a 
Physician at Leeds, and Physician there to the General 
Infirmary, 1864-84. Consulting Physician and Lecturer at 
the Leeds School of Medicine, 1861-89. Did original work on 
the pathology of the nervous system, tetanus and hydro- 
phobia. Commissioner in Lunacy, 1889-92. Returned to 
Cambridge. Regius Professor of Physic, 1892-1925. Physician 

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to .\ddenbrooke's Hospital, 1892. Consulting Physician to 
the Belgrave Hospital for Children; to the Mount Vernon 
Hospital for Consumption, etc. Delivered the Lane Lectures 
at Cooper College, San Francisco, 1898. F.R.S., 1880; a 
member of the Council, 1896-8. F.S.A., 1867. K.C.B., 1907. 
P.C, 1920. Moxon Gold Medal, 192 1. J. P. and D.L. for the 
West Riding, Yorks. J. P. for Cambs. During the Great 
War, Hon. Col., R.A.M.C. An accomplished clinician and a 
devo'ted teacher; inventor of the short clinical thermometer; 
advocated the study of comparative medicine; his con- 
tribution to medical knowledge won for him a world-wide 
reputation. Member of the Alpine Club. His portrait by Sir 
William Orpen is in the FitzwiUiam Museum. Author, The 
Ophthalmoscope in Medicine; System of Medicine (8 vols.); 
Science and Medieval ThouglU, etc. Died s.p. Feb. 22, 1925, 
aged 88, at Cambridge. Buried at Trumpington. (Venn, 11. 
325; The Times, Feb. 23, 1925; D.N.B.) 
ALLCARD, ARTHUR EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 19, 1859. S. of William, of Bakewell, Derbs. B. May 24, 
1842 at Warrington, Lanes. School, Wandsworth, London 
(Mr Staly). Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864. Probably 
brother of the next. 
ALLCARD, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age ig) at 
Magdalene, Jan. i, 1869. S. of William, deceased. School, 
Rugby Matric. Lent, 1869, as G. Frederic. Died June 5, 
1922, at 21, Grayton Road, Harrow, Middlesex. Probably 
brother of the above. (Magdalene Coll. Mag.) 
ALLCOCK ARTHUR EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June I 1870. [S. of Thomas. B. Feb. 16, 1851, at Harborne, 
Staffs School, King Edward's, Birmingham.] Matric. 
Michs. 1870; Scholar, 1871; B.A. (28^/1 Wrangler) 1874; M.A. 
1877. Ord. deacon, 1889; priest (Oxford) 1890. Assistant 
Master at King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1874-80; 
at Wellington CoUege, 1880-93. Head Master of Highgate 
School, Middlesex, 1893-1908. Of 46, Carpenter Road 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. Died Dec. 23, i924- Brother of 
Charles H. (1874) and Walter B. (1876). (Wellington Coll. 
Reg.; Crockford.) 
ALLCOCK, CHARLES HOWARD. Adm scholar at Emmanuel, 
Tune^o 1874. [S. of Thomas.] Matric. Michs. 1S74; Scholar; 
B A (qthWrangler) 1878; M.A. 1881. FeUow, 1879- Assistant 
Master at WelUngton College, 1881-4; at Eton, 1884--1909. 
Of BryntegweU, Aberdovey, Merions., in 1938. Brother of 
Arthur E. (1870), etc. (Wellington Coll. Reg.; Univ. Cal., 
1935-6; Reg. of the Senate, I937-) 
ALLCOCK, EGERTON. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1897., S of 
Egerton, of Ridgmount, Guy's Cliff Road, Leamington, 
Warws. School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1897; 
BA 1901. Athletic 'blue.' Served in the Great War (Essex 
Regt • invaUded, 1916; recruiting Officer at Leamington, 
19 1 6). Of Penbryn, Lillington Road, Leammgton. (Malvern 
Coll. Reg.) 
ALLCOCK, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Magdalene, 
May 18, 1764. S. of Giles, Esq., of Newcastle, Northumber- 
land. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1764, as Alcock. [Eton 
Coll. Reg.) 
ALLCOCK WALTER BURT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan 27 1876. [S.o{Thomas,of Harborne. Staffs. B.Feb 23. 
18^7 School King Edward's, Birmingham.] Scholar; 
Ma\ric. Mchs.' i876^B.A. (srd Wrangler) 1880; MA. 1883. 
Fellow 1880-1929. Lecturer in Mathematics, 1884-1914. 
Tutor 1893-1912. Examiner in the Mathematical Tnpos. 
1888 and 1889 A brilUant mathematician and an admirable 
teacher; his success as a teacher caused the 're^jroach - 
hat his pupils took higher Places in the Tnpos than heir 
merits d^erved. Left the whole of his estate to the College 
^T ordfred all his MSS. to be destroyed His hobbies 
fncluded book-binding, carpentering and boot-repairing. 
nSd Tan 18 1929, aged 72, at 46, Carpenter Road, 
Edgbaston, W^s. Brother of Arthur E, (1870) and Charies 
H (1874) {£'«««'»"'' Coll. Mag.; The Times, Jan. 23, 1929.) 
ALLCROFT FRANK. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. i, 
i8?7S.' of Walter, clerk. §. at Boulogne. School Warring- 
t^„ lo^-,, n H Catv) Matric. Michs. 1877 B.A. i»8i, 
M A*S. B.SC. (Lo^ndon). Assistant Master at Oswestry 
m./i. ioo4. i^.vj V / Rarnet Grammar School, 

?88%"r HeaT 'Mas'ter'of BlaSn Grammar School, 
LS.'i894-903; retired. (Victoria Co. Hist., Lanes., u.) 
ALLDRITT FRANCIS NORTHEY. Adm. sizar (age 18) at 
TRfNrrY'. Apr: 27, 1849. S. of John, of Appleby. Leics. 
Matric. Michs. 1849. 

1921-. {Official list of Teachers, 1922.) 



Allen, Alexander 

ALLEN, ALEXANDER. Adin. pens, at Trinity, June i8, 1833. 
Did not matriculate or graduate. For a contemporary name- 
sake see D.N.B. 

ALLEN, ALEXANDER RADWAY. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 19, 1896. S. of Joshua, schoolmaster, of Matlock, Derbs. 
U. Oct. 26, 1875, at Handsworth Woodhouse, Yorks. Schools, 
Cavendish College, Matlock (Mr J. Allen), and at London 
University. Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar; B..\. (^oth 
Wrangler) 1899; M..A. 1903. Master at Cavendish School, 
Matlock; at Bootham School, York. Assistant Master at 
Bury Grammar School, Lanes., 1903-7; at the Central 
Foundation School, London, 1907-12; at Hereford Secondary 
School, 1912-19. Head Master of Todmordcn (.Secondary') 
School, Yorks., 1919-. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

ALLEN, ALFRED. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 28, 1841. 
[3rdJ s. of John, mercer, of Heme Hill, Surrey. B. there 
May 26, 1819. School, Mercers'. Migrated to Pembroke, 
Oct. II, 1841. Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar; B.A. 1845; 
M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1845; priest (Lincoln) 
1846; C. of Ufford and Bainton, Northants., 1846. C. of 
Barcombe in 1857; still there in 1866. C. in charge of Norton- 
juxta-Twycross, Leics., 1879-85. Died May 23, 1885, at 
Norton rectory. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, ALFRED JUKES. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 11, 
1881. Matric. Michs. 1881. 

ALLEN, ANDREW JAMES CAMPBELL. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Oct. I, 1875. S. of William John Campbell, banker, 
of Belfast. B. Feb. 9, 1856. Schools, Roy^ Academical 
Institute and Queen's College, Belfast. Matric. Michs. 1875; 
Scholar; B.A. (Senr. Wrangler) 1879; M.A. 1882. Fellow, 
1879-90. Tutor, 1879-84. Ord. deacon, 1880; priest (Ely) 
1881. Select Preacher at Cambridge in 1882 and 1884. V. of 
Cherry Hinton, Cambs., 1884-6. Principal of Chester Dio- 
cesan Training College, 1886-90. V. of St Mary-the-Less, 
Cambridge, 1892-1917. Rural Dean of Cambridge, 1916-17. 
V. of Great with Little Chesterford, Essex, 1917-20. Resided 
subsequently at Grove Park, London, S.E. 13. Married 
three times and had issue. Author, The Acts of The Apostles; 
edited with notes. The Freedom of so-called Free Churches; 
Notes on the Preface . . .to the Prayer Book ; The Church 
Catechism, its History, etc. Died suddenly Nov. 16, 1923, 
aged 67. Buried at Cherry Hinton. {T. A. Walker, 544; 
Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, ARCHIBALD EDWARD. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 
1896. B. Nov. 23, 1876. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. 
Ord. deacon, 1900; priest (Manchester) 1901; C. of Fenis- 
clifte, Lanes.. 1900-2. C. of AU Saints', Clayton-le-Moors, 
1903-6. C. of St Thomas's, Preston, 1906-17. R. of St An- 
drew's, Blackley, 1917-23. V. of Compton Dando, Somerset, 
1923-8. R. of Burnett, 1923-8. Died Jan. 17, 1928, aged 51. 
{Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, ARTHUR. Matric. Non-Coil. Nov. 1881; B.A. 1884. 
Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Chester for Oxford) 1888; C. of 
Barford St Michael, Bucks., 1887-9. Held other curacies, 
1889-1902. V. of Davington, Kent, 1902-7. C. of Roath, 
Glams., 1907-8. Disappears from Crockford, 1909. 

ALLEN, ARTHUR WATTS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 18, 
1898. 6th s. of Joseph, chemist, of Plymouth, Devon. B. 
Feb. 22, 1879, at Bickleigh. School, Alton House, Plymouth. 
Matric. Easter, 1898; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1910. Occurs in 
Reg. of the Senate, 1937. Brother of Robert (1883). 

ALLEN, ASHLEY WILLIAM GRAHAM. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 30, 1887. S. of William Joseph [India Civil 
Service], of 3, Gt Cumberland Place, Hyde Park, London. 
B. May 11, 1869, in London. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. 
Resided at 33, Green Street, Park Lane, 1892-3. Benefactor 
to the University, and founded the ' Allen Fund ' and Scholar- 
ships in memory of his grandfather, Joseph Allen (1788), D.D. 
Died July 1, 1893, at Lea Copse, Burgess Hill, Sussex. (Univ. 
Hist. Keg.) 

ALLEN, BARTEN WILCOCKSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1880. S. of Barten Fletcher, Esq., deceased. 
B. at Leamington, Warws. School, St George's College, 
Harrogate, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1S84; M.A. 
1932. Ord. deacon, 1885; priest (Worcester) 1886; C. of 
Amblecote, Worcs., 1885-S. Held other curacies, 1888-93. 
V. of FoleshiU with Longford, Warws., 1893-1904. V. of 
Kempsey, Worcs., 1904-17. Chaplain to the Forces, 1918-19. 
V. of Ettington, Warws., 1919-20. R. of Severn Stoke, 
Worcs., 1920-32. Hon. Canon of Worcester, 1927-36; 
Canon Emeritus, 1936-. Of Abbey Lodge, Tewkesbury. 
{Crockford, 1938.) 

ALLEN, BENJAMIN HAIGH. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Mar. 26, 1839. S. of Benjamin Haigh, Esq., of Greenhead, 
near Huddersfield, Yorks. B. there July 3, 1821. Matric. 
Michs. 1839. Of Clifiord Priory, Herefordshire. J. P. and 
D.L. for Herefs. and Sfafifs. High Sherifif of Herefs., 187s. 
J. P. for BrecoDShire. Married (as his first wife) Mary 



Allen, Edmund 

Sophia, dau. of the Rev. Henry William Champneys, of 
Osterhanger, Kent, Oct. 7, 1845. Died Mar. 7, 1902. Brother 
of John W. (1841)- (Biurke, L.G.) 

ALLEN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 1876. B. 
Sept. 29, 1856, in New Zealand. [Probably s. of James, of 
Dunedin.] Matric. Michs. 1876. Probably brother of James 
(1874)- 

ALLEN, CHARLES FLETCHER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Mar. 6, 1854. S. of James Roger. B. Apr. 30, 1835, at 
Nottingham. Matric. Michs. 1854; Scholar, 1855; B.A. 1858. 
Ord. deacon (Gloucester) May 30, 1858. C. of Awre, Gloucs., 
1858. Had a private school at Derby, c. 1862-72. Died 
Oct. 27, 1873, at Belize, British Honduras. Father of 
Reginald (1882) and Willoughby C. (18S6). {Peile, 11. 533.) 

ALLEN, CHARLES FRANCIS EGERTON. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. i, 1866. 4th s. of Charles [Bengal Ci\'il Service, 
and of Tenby, Wales]. B. Oct. 14, 1847, at Agra, India. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, June 15, 1867. Called to the Bar, 1871. On 
the North Eeistern Circuit. Went to India. Practised at 
Calcutta and Rangoon. Law Lecturer at Presidency College. 
Judge in Calcutta Court of Small Causes. Recorder of Ran- 
goon; Government Advocate, 1877. M.P. for Pembroke 
(Haverfordwest Div.), 1892-5. Of Norton Cottage, Tenby, 
Pembs. J. P. Served as Borough Magistrate, 1896-1905. 
Died s.p. Dec. 31, 1927, at Norton Cottage, Tenby. Brother 
of David B. (1868), Herbert J. (1859) and Jeffrey J. (1864). 
(Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Jan. 3, 1928.) 

ALLEN, CHARLES FREDERIC. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1890. Of Co. Cork. S. of F. S., Esq. B. at Clifton. 
Matric. Michs. 1891. 

ALLEN, CHARLES GLADSTONE. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Jan. 14, 1889. S. of Hunter Bird, R. of Colmworth, Hunts. 
{sic). Schools, St Paul's CoUege, Stony Stratford, and Bedford 
Grammar. Matric. Easter, 1889. LawTi tennis 'blue'; 
together with his twin brother, Edward R. (1887), well 
known at every tournament in the British Isles, where as 
' doubles players ' they were highly successful for upwards of 
30 years. Died Dec. 21, 1924, aged 55, at Prestbury, Gloucs. 
(Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, CHARLES JEFFERYS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Nov. 17, 1819. [3rd s. of Jefferys (1778), Esq., of Bridgwater 
and Stocklinch Manor, Somerset.] B. at Bridgwater. Matric. 
Lent, 1820, as JeSery. Ord. deacon (Gloucester, Litt. dim. 
from Bath and Wells) Dec. 24, 1820, as Allan, Chas., of St 
Catharine's. R. of Stocklinch Ottery, Somerset, 1823-74. 
Died unmarried 1875. Brother of Jefferys T. (1813), John R. 
(1817) and WiUiam J. (1821). 

ALLEN, CLEMENT FRANCIS ROMILLY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. I, 1862. 4th s. of Launcelot Baugh (1794) [of Cilrhiw, 
Pembs.]. B. Jan. 29, 1844, at Duhvich, London. School, 
Repton. Matric. Michs. 1862. In the Consular Service, 
1863-98. Interpreter, 1873. Vice-Consul at Shanghai, 1877. 
Consul at Pakhoi, 1880. British Consul at Foochow, 1896-8; 
retired. Member of the Royal .•Asiatic Society. F.R.G.S. J. P. 
for Derbs. Married and had issue. Died Feb. 22, 1920, at 
Woodchester, Gloucs. Half-brother of Edmund E. (1842), 
etc. {Repton Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; The Times, Feb. 25, 
1920.) 

ALLEN, DAVID BIRD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 18, 1868. 
Of India. 6th s. of C[harles, gent., Bengal Civil Service and 
of Tenby, S. Wales]. B. May 8, 1850. [School, Eton.] 
Matric. Lent, 1869. Entered the Indian Civil Service, 1871; 
served in Bengal; Assistant Magistrate and Collector. 
Assistant to the Director-General of Statistics, Agricultural 
Department, 1885; joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector, 
1887; Magistrate and Collector, 1890; retired, Jan. 1899. 
Married and had issue. Died Dec. 18, 1916. Brother of 
Charles F. E. (1866), etc. {Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, E.G.; 
Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, EBENEZER BROWN. Matric. sizar from Queens', 
Feb. 1831. Perhaps adm. sizar Dec. 13, 1830, as William 
Brown Allen; see note swA William Brown (1830). [S. of Samuel, 
master sailmaker, of London. B. May 16, 1804.] B.A. 1835. 
Ord. deacon, 1834; priest (Chester) 1835; C. of Salesbury, 
Lanes, (his brother's parish), 1834-6. P.C. of Goodshaw, 
1836-9. P.C. of Bacup, 1839-50. Chaplain to the Royal 
Hospital for Consumption, Brompton, 1850-73; retired. [As 
an undergraduate was one of those sworn in as a special 
constable by Dr Whewell, on the occasion of the riots, when 
the mob attacked the Anatomical Schools; for an account of 
the outbreak, see Cooper, Annals, iv. 574.] Died Dec. 19, 
1886, aged 76, at 19, Cathcart Road, West Brompton. 
Brother of Samuel J. (1816) and Isaac N. {1831). {Crockford; 
C. Foxley.) 

ALLEN, EDMUND. .'Vdm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
Mar. 23, 1849. Matric. Michs. 1849. 



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Allen, Edmund Edward 

ALLEN, EDMUND EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Trinity, 
Apr. 13, 1842. 2nd s. of Launcelot Baugh (1794)- B. Feb. 3, 
1824, at Dulwich, London. Schools, Westminster and King's 
College. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846; M.A. i860. Ord. 
deacon, 1847; priest (Lichfield) 1848; C. of St Mary's, 
Shrewsbury, 1847-50. C. of Yerbeston, Pembs., 1850-4. V. 
of MiUom, Cumberland, 1854-65. Rural Dean of Gosforth, 
1859-65. R. of Porthkerrv ^^•ith Barry, Glams., 1865. Hon. 
Canon of LlandaS, 1887. Rural Dean of Growneath (Lower 
East Division), 1878-90. Preb. of Llandaff, 1887-98; Rural 
Dean, 1890. Of BlackaJdem, Pembs. Married Bertha, dau. 
of Roger Eaton, of Parcglas, Pembs., Feb. 2, 1848. Died 
Apr. 3, 1898, at Porthkerrv. Brother of George B. (1838) 
and half-brother of Clement F. R. (1862) ; father of Raymond 
C. E. (1882). {Record of Old Westminsters; Crockford.) 

ALLEN, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 24, 1841. 
Of Lanes. S. of William, clerk [Head Master of Bolton Gram- 
mar School. B. Nov. 13, 1821, at Little Hulton, Lanes. 
School, Runcorn]. Matric. Michs. 1841; Prizeman; Hulsean 
Exhibitioner, 1843; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon, 
1845; priest (Lichfield) 1846; C. of Castle Church, Staffs., 
1845-6. C. of Hanford, 1846-7. P.C. of St Paul's, Fore- 
bridge, 1847-53. V. of Castlechurch, 1853-92. F.R.A.S., 
1885. Contributed articles on .'\stronomy to StaSordshire 
Scientific Journals. Author, Sermons; and Addresses on 
astronomical subjects. Died Aug. 17, 1892, aged 71- Father 
of Edward (next) and William (1877). (Bibliotheca Staffs.) 

ALLEN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 24, 1873- 
S. of Edward (above), clerk. B. Aug. 3, 1854, at Castlechurch 
parsonage. Staffs. School, Bromsgrove Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1873. Civil Engineer. Of 6, St Joseph's Road, 
Sheringham, Norfolk. Died Jan. 23, 1933, at Abbott's Wood, 
Furness Abbey, aged 78. Brother of William (1877). {The 
Times, Jan. 26, 1933; B. Sweet-Escott.) 

ALLEN, EDWARD HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 7, 
1857. S. of Daniel, of Cumberland Street, Hyde Park, 
London. B. Dec. 6, 1837, in London. Matric. Michs. 1857; 
B.A. 1S62; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 1861; priest (Hereford) 
1862; C. of Hampton Bishop, Herefs., 1861-8. C. of Baver- 
stock, Wilts., 1868-75. C. of Thornton, 1877-84; retired. 
Living at Chelsea in igoo. Died Jan. 6, 1926, aged 89, at 

27, Femshaw Road, Chelsea. Brother of Robert (1855). 
{Crockford; The Times, Jan. 7, 1926.) 

ALLEN, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 15, 
1842. Of Rutland. S. of Edward, butcher, of South Audley 
Street, London. B. in London. Bapt. Jan. 2, 1827. School, 
Oakham (Dr Doncaster). Matric. Michs. 1842. Migrated 
(age 22) to Jesus, .^pr. 10, 1843. In Holy Orders. Died 
July II, 1855, aged 34. (G. Mag., 1855, 11. 328.) 

ALLEN, EDWARD ROY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Sept. 

28, 1887. S. of Hunter Bird, R. of Colmworth, Hunts, (sic). 
[Schools, St Paul's College, Stony Stratford, and Bedford 
Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1888. Lawn tennis 'blue'; 
partnered by his twin-brother, Charles G. (1889), he was for 
many years a popular and successful competitor at 'doubles' 
in tournaments. Died soon after his brother. 

ALLEN, EDWARD THOMPSON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1883. S. of Thompson, Esq. B. at Boston, Lines. 
School, Boston (Dr Pattenden). Matric. Michs. 1883; B..\. 
1886; U.A. 1891. Barrister (Inner Temple), 1895. Mathe- 
matical tutor for Messrs James, Carlisle and Gregson, Army 
Tutors, 1895-1914. Assistant Master at Merchant Taj'lors' 
School, 1914-. {Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Law List, 
1937.) 
ALLEN, EDWIN STEWART. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 12, 18S2. S. of James. B. at Southend, Lewisham. 
School, King's CoUege, London. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
Scholar; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Assistant Master at Christ's 
College, Brecon, for 6 years. Head Master of Carmarthen 
Grammar School, 1892-1928-. {Schoolmasters' Directory, 
1928-9.) 
ALLEN, FERDINAND BISMARK. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, 
1899; B.A. 1916; M.A. 1919. At the Clergy Training School, 
Cambridge, 1915. Ord. deacon (Southwark) 1917; priest, 
1918; C. of Lee, Kent, 1917-22. C.-in-charge of .All Saints', 
New Eltham, 1922-5. Organising Secretary of the Twenty- 
five Church Fund and public preacher, dio. of Southwark, 
1925-7- Lie. pr., at St Leonard's, Streatham, 1930-1. Of 
Wallasey, Cheshire, 1933. Not in Crockford, 1934. 
ALLEN, FRANCIS THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 22, 
1836. 2nd s. of John, Esq., of Bath. B. there Jan. 21, 1819. 
Schools, Shrewsbury, Abingdon (Mr Hewlett) and Bath (Mr 
Hudson). Matric. Michs. 1836. Adm. at Lincoki's Inn, 
Jan. 16, 1836. Called to the Bar, 1842. Died May 19, i86g, 
aged 51. (Scott, MSS.; Shrezc'sbury Sch. Reg.) 

ALLEN, FRANCIS WILLIAMS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 25, 1900. S. of Thomas Williams, bank manager, of 



Allen, George Charles 

Hereford. B. Nov. 3, 1878, at South Bank, Tupsley. School, 
Hereford Cathedral (Rev. F. H. Tatham). Matric. Michs. 
1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1929. Ord. deacon, 1904; priest 
(London) 1905. Chaplain at Lugano, 1906-7. Held other 
curacies, 1907-11. V. of Claverdon with Norton Lindsey, 
Warws., 1911-16. R. of Gt Harborough, 1916-20. R. of 
Charwelton with Fawsley, Northants., 1920-37. R. and V. 
of Culworth, 1937-. {Crockford, 1938.) 

ALLEN, FRANK JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 
1875. S. of James, cheese dealer [cheese and com merchant]. 
B. Apr. 17, 1854, at Shepton Mallet, Somerset. Matric. 
Michs. 1875; Scholar, 1878; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class) 
1879; M.A. 1883; M.B. 1886; M.D. 1895. At St George's 
Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., 1882, L.R.C.P., 1883. Pro- 
fessor of Physiology at Mason University College, Birming- 
ham, 1887-99. Antiquairy; Secretary of the Cambridge 
.Antiquarian Society, 1913-30. Interested in biochemistry, 
music and an authority on church architecture. Of 8, 
Halifax Road, Cambridge, 1908-31; retired. Of Shepton 
Mallet, Somerset, in 1939. Author, Great Church Towers of 
Englaitd; Choice English Lyrics, etc. {Reg. of the Senate, 
1938; Medical Wlio's Who, 1927; Medical Directory, 1938.) 

ALLEN, FREDERICK JAMES. .\dm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 15, 1888. S. of James, gent., of Burton-on-Trent. B. 
there Aug. 12, 1870. School, Burton Grammar (Rev. T. W. 
Beckett). Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1905. B.Sc. 
(London) 1897. Assistant Master at Gateshead School, 1892- 
4; at Liverpool Institute, 1895-S; at Wolverhampton 
Grammar School, Staffs., 1902-4; at King's School, Chester, 
1904-7. Died Mar. 16, 1907. {Wolverhampton Gr. Sch. 
Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1906.) 

ALLEN, FREDERICK LONSDALE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. II, 1885. S. of William (1848), clerk. B. Jan. 30, 1867, 
at St George's, Lilleshall, Salop. Schools, Yaile Hall, Stafford 
(Rev. W. Earle), Bilton and Bromsgrove Graimnar (Mr H. 
Millington). Matric. Michs. 1885. Coffee planter in Mysore, 
South India, 1889-1900. Subsequentlv Managing Director 
of Gill and RusseU, Ltd., Walsall, 1909. Of The Park, Sutton 
Coldfield, Warws. Brother of William G. (1882). {Bilton 
Sch. Reg.; B. Sweet-Escott.) 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, July i, 1782. 
[S. of John], of Truro. B. there Oct. 7, 1764. School, Exeter. 
Matric. Michs. 1782; Scholar; B.A. 1788. 

ALLEN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 11, 1862. 
S. of George, stonemason. B. July 31, 1843, at Shrigley, 
Cheshire. School, King Edward's, Macclesfield. Matnc. 
Michs. 1862; B..\. 1866; M.A. 1878. Ord. deacon, 1866; 
priest (Manchester) 1867; C. of Padiham, Lanes., 1866-8. 
C. of Whalley, 1868-71. V. of Brockworth, Gloucs., 1871-8. 
V. of Shaw, Lanes., 1878-1902. Resided latterly at Beech 
Grove, Tadcaster. Died Apr. 19, 1925. Father of William 
H. (1896). {Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, GEORGE BAUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 28, 
1838. S. and h. of Lancelot Baugh (i794)- B. Apr. 23, 1821. 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1838; Scholar, 1839; 
B.A. 1842; M.A. 1845. .Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 4, 
1842. A special pleader, 1846; not at the bar. Practised in 
the Temple, 1846-96; the last of the great special pleaders. 
Married Dorothea Hannah, dau. of Roger Eaton, of Parcglas, 
Pembs., May 19, 1846. Of Cikhiw, Pembs. J. P. and D.L. for 
Haverfordwest. Died Sept. 19, 1898, at 5, Albert Terrace, 
Regent's Park, London. Brother of Edmund E. (1842) and 
half-brother of Clement F. R. (1862); father of WUfred B. 
(1868), etc. {Boase, iv. Suppl.; Burke, L.G.) 

ALLEN, GEORGE CANTRELL. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 9, 1874. S. of George, sOk-mercer. B. May 15, 1855, at 
New Windsor, Berks. School, Wellington College. Matric. 
>Uchs. 1874; Scholar, 1877; B.A. {ylh Classic) 1878; M.A. 
1881; B.D. 1904; D.D. 1906. Ord. deacon, 1881; priest 
(Rochester) 1882. .Assistant Master at Wellington CoUege, 
1878-81. C.of St Stephen's, East Dulwich, Middlesex, 1881- 
8. Assistant Master and Secretary of Dulwich College, 
1881-92. Head Master of Cranleigh School, Surrey, 1892- 
1908. V. of Send, Kent, 1908-12. V. of Higham, 1912-21. 
Rural Dean of CUfie-at-Hoo, 1915-21- Author, miscel- 
laneous. Died Apr. 25, 1921. {Dulwich Coll. Reg.; Wellington 
Coll. Reg.; The Times, Apr. 26, 1921.) 

ALLEN, GEORGE CHARLES. Adm. pens, at E.mmanuel, 
.Apr. 6, 1829. Of Northants. [S. and h. of Charles, Esq., of 
East Chilton, Leics.] Matric. Michs. 1829; Scholar, 1830; 
LL.B. 1835; LL.D. 1854. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Dec. 15, 
1832; withdrew Jan. 21. 1834; re-adm. Apr. 21, 1835. 
Called to the Bar, 1837. On the Midland Circmt; practised 
till c. 1847. Sometime of Long Buckby, Northants., and of 
East Shilton, Leics. Died Mar. 8, 1888, at Gatcombe Road, 
Tufnell Park, London. (T. C. Dale, Inner Temple Adm. Bk.; 
N. and Q., 6th S., iv. 33; Scott, MSS.) 



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ALLEN, GEORGE JOHN. Adm. pens. (a?e 17) at Trinity, 
Nov. 15, 1828. S. and h. of Joseph (1788), V. of Battersea, 
Surrey. B. there Dec. 7, 1810. School, Charterhouse 
(Exhibitioner). Matric. Michs. 1S29; B.A. 1833; M.A. 1836. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 15, 1833. Called to the Bar, 
1837. Warden of Dulwich College, 1841-3; Master, 1843-57; 
pensioned. Donor of works of art and books to Charterhouse 
Library. Died July 19, 1883, at Budleigh Salterton. Pro- 
bably brother of Robert (1836). {Al. Carthus.; Dulwich Coll. 
Keg-) 

ALLEN, GEORGE LOSECOMB. .-Vdm. sizar at Queens', Feb. 26, 
1846; a 'Ten-year' man. Probably Chaplain to the East 
India Company at Deesa in 1845. 

ALLEN, GERVASE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Jan. 20, 
1756. S. of Thomas, of St Just, Cornwall. School, Helston 
(Mr White). Matric. Easter, 1756; Scholar, 1757; B.A. 1760; 
M.A. 1775- 

ALLEN, GODFREY. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 6, 1840. S. 
of Stephen (1792), R. of Wickmere and V. of Dunton, 
Norfolk. B. at Lynn. Schools, Lynn, Wymondham and 
Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1842. Migrated (age 26) to Caius, 
Sept. 29, 1842. Brother of Stephen (1831). 

ALLEN, HAROLD GWYNNE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 
1892. S. of William [Henry], of i, Dean's Yard, West- 
minster. B. Mar. 20, 1874, in London. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M..-^. 1911. Student at the 
Institution of Civil Engineers, 1896; M.Inst.C.E.,M.I.Mech.E. 
Managing Director of W. H. Allen, Sons and Co. Ltd., 
Queen's Engineering Works, Bedford. High Sheriff of 
Bedford, 1925. Married and had issue. Of The Dene, 
Wobum Sands, Beds. {Record of Old Westminsters; Kelly, 
Handbook, 1937.) 

ALLEN, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pembroke, June 27, 
1829. S. and h. of Richard, merchant, of London. B. 1809, 
at Birmingham. [School, Mill HUl.] Matric. Michs. 1829; 
B.A. 1834. Incorp. at Oxford, 1834. Adm. at New Inn Hall 
(Oxford) Apr. 24, 1834, age 25; M.A. (Oxford) 1837, as s. of 
Richard, of Birmingham. V. of St Mary-le-Wigford, Lines., 
1837. Edited Ancient Liturgy Prayers. Died Dec. 24, 1840, 
aged 30 (sic), at Kenilworth. {Al. Oxon.; Mill Hill Sch. 
Reg.; G. Mag., 1841, i. 326.) 

ALLEN, HENRY JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1890. B.A. 
1893; M.A. 1921. Ord. deacon, 1894; priest (Manchester) 
1895; C. of Emmanuel Church, Bolton, 1894-7 and 1898- 
1900. C. of Kirkham, 1900-2. V. of Treales, 1902-36-. 
Brother of Robert (1890). {Reg. of the Senate, 1937; Crockford. 
1938.) 

ALLEN, HENRY JOHN. Adm. at King's, Oct. lo, 1891; from 
Trinity College, Dublin. S. of Thomas Taylor, Esq., of Bray, 
Co. Wicklow [and the Bengal Civil Service]. School, St 
Columba's College. B.A. (Dublin) 1887; M.A. (Dublin) 
1890. Matric. Michs. 1891; Exhibitioner, 1892; Prizeman. 
.Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 31, 1888. Called to the Bar, 
1893. Entered the Indian Educational Service. Professor of 
History and Economics at Presidency College, Madras. 
Fellow of Madras University, 1900. Acting Principal of 
Rajahmundry College, 1905; of the Presidency College, 
1905-7. Member of the Boards of Studies and Examiners, 
Madras University, and of the Syndicate, 1907-8 and 1915- 
20. Principal of the Presidency College, 1915-21; retired. 
(King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

ALLEN, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 8, 
1852. S. of Thomas Edward, clerk [chaplain, E.I.C.S., and 
grandson of Sir H. M. Farrington, Bart., of Heavitree, 
Exeter]. B. at Heavitree. Bapt. July 11, 1833. School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1852; B..^. 1856. V. of Hat- 
field Peverell, Essex, 1857-60. Died Sept. 19, 1863, aged 30, 
at Lansdown East, Bath. {G. Mag., 1863, 11. 515.) 

ALLEN, HERBERT. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1883. S. of Sir 
George Wigram, Knt., of Toxteth Park, Sydney, Australia. 
Schools, Sydney Grammar and University. Matric. Michs. 
1883; LL.B. 1886. Brother of John W. (1883) and Walter 
Mc. (1889). 

ALLEN, HERBERT CHARLES GOODEVE. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1896. S. of Herbert James (next), Esq., of Highclere, 
Chesterton Road, Cambridge. B. .\pr. 18, 1878. School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. Artist. In 
the Great War, Capt., Royal Engineers; Major, 1918. Of 
Cwmwenol, Saundersfoot, Pembs. High Sheriff, 1930. 
Married and had issue. {Marlborough Coll. Reg. ; Univ. War 
List; Kelly, Handbook, 1938.) 

ALLEN, HERBERT JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 28, 
1859. S. and h. of Charles [of Tenby, S. Wales, and the 
Bengal Ci\-il Service]. B. Nov. 18, 1841, at Cawnpore, India. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. i860. Student Interpreter in 
China, 1861. Served in the Chinese Consular Service. Some- 
time British Consul at Newchwang; retired, Apr. 1888. Of 
Norton, Tenby, Pembs, J,l', High Sheriff, 1909. F.R.G.S. 



Allen, James 

Died suddenly, Feb. 20, 19 12, at Tenby Railway Station. 
Brother of David B. (1868), etc., and father of Herbert C. G. 
(above). (Burke, L.G.; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, HERBERT STANLEY, .-^dm. sizar at Trinity, Sept. 29, 
1893. S. of Richard [Wesleyan minister], of 37, Orlando Road, 
Clapham, London. B. Dec. 29, 1873, at Bodmin, Cornwall. 
School, Kingswood, Somerset (Mr Workman). Matric. Michs. 
1893; Exhibitioner; B.A. {10th Wrangler) 1896; (Nat. Sci. 
Trip., Pt II, ist Class, 1897); M..A. 1900; D.Sc. (London) 
1896. Superintendent of Blythswood Laboratory, Renfrew, 
1900. Lecturer in Physics at King's College, London, 1905- 
19; in Natural Philosophy at Edinburgh University, 1919. 
Professor of Natural Philosophy at St Andrews University, 
1923. Director of the Physics Research Laboratory at 
St Andrews. F.R.S., 1930. Author, Te.xt Book of Practical 
Physics; Electrons and Waves, etc. {Kingswood Sch. Reg.; 
Reg. of the Senate, 1937; Wlio's Who, 1939.) 

ALLEN, HUGH. D.D. 1861, incorp. from DubUn. S. of Samuel. 

B. July, 1806, at Cork. [Adm. at Trinity CoUege, Dublin, 
June 9, 1830, age 22 (sic); Scholar, 1834; B..\. 1835; M.A., 
B.D. and D.D. 1861.] Ord. deacon (Sodor and Man); priest, 
1835 ; Minister at Douglas, Isle of Man, 1835. C. of St John's, 
Bury, Lanes., 1838-48. V. of St Jude's, Whitechapel, 
London, 1848-59. Lecturer at St Olave's, Old Jewry, 
London, 1856. R. of St George the Martyr, Southwark, 
1859-77. Died June 20, 1877, at 231, New Kent Road, 
London. {Hennessy; Boose; Al. Dubl.) 

ALLEN, HUGH EDV/ARD BLAKENEY. .Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Oct. 9, i860. S. of Edmund Thomas, of York. 
[School, St Paul's, age ii, in 1854.] Matric. Michs. i860. 
Afterwards at King's College, London. Ord. deacon, 1873; 

C. of Long^vood, Yorks. 1873-4. C. of Thomes, 1873-S. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1886. {T. A. Walker, 517.) 

ALLEN, HUGH PERCY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Aug. 8, 1892. 
S. of John Herbert. B. Dec. 23, 1869, at Reading. School, 
Kendrick, Reading. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 
1899. Hon. Mus.D. 1925. Hon. Fellow, 1926. CoUege 
Organist. Organist of St Asaph Cathedral, 1897; of Ely 
Cathedral, 1898-1900; of New College, Oxford, 1901-8. 
Fellow of New College, 1908. D.Mus. (Oxon.). Sub-Warden 
of New College, 1916. Director of Music at University 
CoUege, Reading, 1908. Conductor of the Bach Choir, 
Queen's Hall, London, 1908. Choragus of the University of 
Oxford, 1909. Professor of Music at Oxford University, 
1918-. Hon. Litt.D. (Sheffield). Knighted, 1920. Director 
of the Royal College of Music, London. Chairman of the 
Mus. Advisory Committee of the B.B.C. C.V.O., 1926. 
K.C.V.O., 1928. G.C.V.O., 1935. Master of the Worshipful 
Company of Musicians, 1937. Of 17, Park Road, Oxford, 
in 1934, and of 9, Warwick Gardens, London, W. 14. {Peile, 
u. 778; Black, Dictionary of Music; Who's Who, 1938.) 

ALLEN, ISAAC NICHOLSON. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
July 4, 1831. [5th s. of Samuel, of St Catharine's near the 
Tower, London.] Migrated to Oxford. Matric. (Magdalen 
Hall, Oxford) Mar. 22, 1832, age 23; B.A. (Oxford) 1835. 
.Assistant Chaplain at Bombay, 1840; at Candahau-, 1841; at 
Deesa, 1843; at Poonah, 1845; Chaplain at Poona, 1849-55. 
Chaplain to General Nott's Force at Candahar, 1842. Author, 
Diary of a March through Scinde and Afghanistan with the 
Troops. Died Apr. 23, 1855, at Poona. Brother of Samuel J. 
(1816), etc. {Al. Oxon.; Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

ALLEN, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 24, 
1819. [3rd] s. of David Bird [R. of Burton, Pembs.]. B. 
July 15, 1802, at Burton. Schools [Westminster] and Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1S25; M..A. 1829. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 20, 1834; priest, Dec. 20, 1835. 
C. of Miserden, 1834-9. V. of Castlemartin, Pembs., 1839-72; 
Rural Dean, 1840-75. Preb. of St David's, 1847-70; Chan- 
cellor and Canon Residentiary, 1870-8. Chaplain to the 
Bishop of St David's, 1874-97. Dean of St David's, 1878-95. 
Married and had issue. Devoted much time and money to 
the restoration of the fabric of St David's Cathedral. Died 
June 25, 1897, at St David's. Brother of John (1828). 
{Record of Old Westminsters; Al. Carthus.; Hockaday, MSS.) 

ALLEN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 8, 1849. 
[Name off without residence.] See Al. Oxon. for a contem- 
porary namesake. 

ALLEN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 2, 1874. [S. of 
James, of Dunedin, New Zealand.] B. Feb. 10, 1855, in 
New Zealand. School, Clifton CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1874; 
B..A. 1878; M.A. 1904. FootbaU (rugby) 'blue.' At the 
Royal School of Mines. Bessemer and Murchison Medals. 
M.P. for Dunedin East, New Zealand, 1887-90; for Bruce, 
1891-1920. Chancellor of Otago University, 1909-12. 
Minister of Defence, 1912-20; of Finance and External 
Affairs, 1919-20. High Commissioner for the New Zealand 
Government in London, 1920-6. During the Great War, 
Col. of New Zealand Forces. K.C.B., 1917. Legion of 
Honour and Order of the Crown of Belgium. Representative 
of New Zealand at the League of Nations, 1920-2. G.C.M.G., 



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Allen, James George 

1926. A member of the Legislative Council of New Zealand, 
1927-. Married and had issue. Of 'Arana,' Clyde Street, 
Dunedin, N.Z. Author, New Zealand and Federation; New 
Zealand and Naval Defence, etc. Probably brother of Charles 
{1876). (Clifton Coll. Reg.; Burke, KnigJUage; Who's Who in 
New Zealand.) 

ALLEN, JAMES GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1877. Of Lanes. S. of William, of Fern Leigh, 
Maghull. B. Oct. 5, 1858, at Liverpool. Schools, Lancaster 
Grammar and Liverpool College. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 
1881. Ord. deacon, 1881; priest (Lincohi) 1883; C. of St 
Anne's, Nottingham, 1881-4. Died Aug. 8, 1884, aged 26, at 
Penarth, S. Wales. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, JAMES LYNN. Adm. pens, at King's, Oct. 8, 1888. 
2nd s. of Bulkeley, Esq., J. P., of West Lynn, Altrincham, 
Cheshire. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; 
M.B. and B.C. 1899. At St George's Hospital, London. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1897. Assistant House Physician and 
House Surgeon, 1897-8. House Physician at the Gt Northern 
Central Hospital, 1899. Served in the South African War 
as a Civil Surgeon, 1900-2. Visiting Medical Officer, Bram- 
shott District. Of The Ship House, Liphook, Hants. {King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.; Medical Directory, 1938.) 

ALLEN, JEFFERY JULLIAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 3, 
1864. f3rd] s. of Charles, of Tenby, Pembs. B. Aug. 5, 1846, 
at Bosherston, Pembs. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1864. 
Superintendent of Government Telegraphs in India. Married 
and had issue. Died Dec. 12, igii. Brother of David B. 
(1868), etc. (Burke, L.G.; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

ALLEN, JEFFERYS. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Nov. 20, 1778. S. and h. of Benjamin, Esq., of Bridgwater, 
Somerset. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1778. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Nov. 10, 1781. Called to the Bar, 1788. M.P. 
for Bridgwater, 1796-1804; Mayor, 1805; Recorder, 1819-41. 
Receiver-General for Somerset. Of Bridgwater and Stock- 
linch Manor, Somerset. Died .Aug. 23, 1844, aged 84. Father 
of Jeffreys T. (1813), John R. (1817), Charles J. (1819) and 
William J. (1821). (G. Mag., 1844, ii. 444; Foster, Coil. Gen. 
II.) 

ALLEN [post ALLEN-JEFFERYS], JEFFERYS CHARLES. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Nov. 30, 1866. S. of William Jefferys 
(1821), clerk. B. Dec. 24, 1847, at St Michael's Church, 
Somerset. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1867; B..A.. 1871. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 15, 1869. Called to the Bar, 
1872. On the Western Circuit. Of Gatchell House, near 
Taunton. Lord of the Manor of Bawdrip, Somerset. J. P. 
Master of the Seavington Harriers Assumed the additional 
name of Jeffer>'s, 1889, but afterwards abandoned it. Chair- 
man of the Somerset County Bench at Ilminster. Lived 
latterly at Mill House, Upwey, Weymouth. A member of 
the Royal Dorset Yacht Club. Died Nov. 18, 1934, aged 86, 
having accidentally fallen into the fire at Mill House. (Wal- 
ford, Co. Fam.; The Times, Nov. 20, 1934, and Jan. 12, 1935.) 

ALLEN, JEFFERYS PHILIP THOMAS. Adm. (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, 1885. S. of [Charles Jefferys Watson], Col., 
of Longthorn-Elandford, Somerset. [B. Feb. 11, 18G7.] 
Matric. Michs. 1885. Of Lyngford, Taunton; late Capt., 
West Somerset Yeomanry. Married and had issue. Died 
Feb. 22, 1916. (Burke, L.G., 1937.) 

ALLEN, JEFFERYS THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Nov. 18, 1813. S. and h. of Jefferys (1778). B. at Bridg- 
water, Somerset. School, Winchester. Matric. Lent, 1814; 
B.A. 1818. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Mar. 29, 1815. 
Called to the Bar, 1832. Warden of Dulwich College, 1820- 
41. An invalid from 1835. Died Dec. 27, 1841, at Budleigh 
Salterton. Brother of Charles J. (1819), etc. (Dubvich Coll. 
Reg.; G. Mag., 1842, i. 225.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 11, 1778. S. 

of , of St Just, Land's End, Cornwall. Scholar, 1778; 

matric. Michs. 1781; B.A. 1782. Name oflf, May 11, 1782. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, July 7, 1780. S. 
and h. of Thomas (? 1753), Esq., of Bridgwater, Somerset. 
Matric. Easter, 1781; Scholar; B.A. 1785. 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 16, 1828. 
S. of DaN-id [Bird], [R. of Burton-in-Rhos, Pembs.]. B. May 
25, 1810, at Pembroke. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 
1828; Scholar, 1829; B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 22, 1833; priest, Dec. 21, 1834. Mathematical 
Lecturer at King's College, London, 1832-9; Chaplain there, 
1833-46. One of the three original Inspectors of Schools, 
1839-46. V. of Frees, Salop, 1846-83. Archdeacon of Salop, 
1847-83. Worked indefatigably to provide Church accom- 
modation and to improve the position of his clergy; built or 
restored churches in nearly every Parish. Preb. of Lichfield, 
1848-59. Master of St John's Hospital, Lichfield, 1883-6. 
Married Harriet, dau. of James White Higgins, of Hormead 
Burj', Herts., July 31, 1834. A close fnend of Edward 



Allen, John Roy 

FitzGerald; intimate with Thackeray, Tennyson and other 
distinguished contemporaries. His College Diary and Scrap 
Book are in Trinity College Library. For an interesting study 
of his College friendships and character, see John .4 lien and 
his Friends, by Anna O. Allen. Edited Cudworth's Treatise 
of Free Will. Author, Sermons, etc. Died Dec. 13, 1886, at 
Lichfield. M.I. in Lichfield Cathedral; memorial window in 
Frees Church. Brother of James (1819) and father of John H. 
(i860). (Bibliotheca Staffs.; Burke, L.G.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 7, 1892. S. and h. 
of WilHam, of Evenley Hall, Brackley, Northants. B. Jan. 
29, 1869, at Wallsend-on-Tyne, Northumberland. Matric. 
Michs. 1892. Of Bracklev House, Northants. J. P., 1896. 
High Sheriff, 1925. Also of .\chamore House, Isle of Gigha, 
Argyll. Served in the Great War (Lieut., R.G.-A.; temp. 
Major.) Twice married and had issue. Died May 19, 1937. 
Brother of William H. (1892). (Burke, L.G.; Univ. War List; 
The Times, May 21, 1937.) 

ALLEN, JOHN. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1897. S. of John, 
wine merchant, of Lancaster. B. there Nov. 24, 1878. 
School, Lancaster. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Assistant 
Master at Wanganui Collegiate School, New Zealand, 1906; 
Head Master, X931-. (Who's Who in Neio Zealand.) 

ALLEN, JOHN BARROW. M.A. 1879; incorp. from Oxford. 
Adm. at St John's, May 26, 1879. S. of Benjamin Tuthill, 
solicitor, of The Hall, Bumham, Somerset. B. Nov. 11, 1844. 
School, Winchester. Matric. (New College, O.xford) Oct. 16, 
1863, age 18; B.A. (O.xon.) 1868; M.A. 1871. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Nov. 7, 1S70. Assistant Master at Rossall 
School, 1871. Head Master of the Perse School, Cambridge, 
1875-83. Assistant Master at Cheltenham College, 1884-7. 
Died Sept. 27, 1901, aged 56, at 11, Wichendon Road, 
Fulham. (Winchester Scholars; A I. Oxon.; Cheltenham Coll. 
Reg.; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, JOHN BRYAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 20, 
1885. S. of Bryan, M.D., of Hastings, Sussex. B. July 6, 
1867. School, Lancing. Matric. Michs. 1885; B..\. 1889; 
M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (Winchester) 1891; 
C. of Romsey, 1890-2. Held other curacies, 1892-1901. C. 
of St Peter's, Stornoway, 1902-3. Missionary at Melmoth, 
Zululand, 1904-5. V. of Eshowe, Zululand, 1905-6. V. of 
Nigel, Transvaal, 1906-8. V. of St Michael's and St George's, 
Bezuidenhout Valley, Johannesburg, 1908-13-. Hon. Chap- 
Iain to the Zululand Mounted Rifles, 1906. Not in Crockford, 
1914. (Lancing Coll. Reg.) 

ALLEN, JOHN HENSLEIGH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 10, 1789. S. and h. of John [Bartlett], of Cresselly, 
Pembs. B. Aug. 29, 1769. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1789; Scholar, 1790; B.A. 1793. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, June 15, 1789. Called to the Bar, 1797. On the Oxford 
and South Wales Circuit. Of Cresselly, Pembs. J. P. and 
D.L. High Sheriff of Pembs., 1809. M.P. for Pembroke, 
1818-26. Chairman of the Pembs. Quarter Sessions. Married 
Gertrude, dau. of Lord Robert Seymour, Nov. 9, 181 2. 
Died Apr. 12, 1843, at Cresselly. Brother of Lancelot B. 
(1794). (Record of Old Westminsters; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag.) 

ALLEN, JOHN HIGGINS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 10, 
i860. S. and h. of John (1828), clerk, of Frees, Salop. B. 
Aug. 9, 1841, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 6, 
1863. Called to the Bar, 1866. Registrar of the Arch- 
deaconry of Salop, 1869. Clerk in the Charity Commission, 
1875-1907. Of Hormead Hall, Herts. Lord of the Manor of 
Gt Hormeadbury. Resided latterly at 48, Lensfield Road, 
Cambridge. Died there June 26, 1917. (Burke, L.G.) 

ALLEN, JOHN MAXEY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, Jan. 8, 
1802. Resided tUl 1805. [Probably s. of Maxey, of King's 
Lynn, Norfolk, who died 1794, aged 37.] Mayor of L>mn, 
1823. (Peile 11. 351; Norfolk Official Lists; Blomefield, 
Norfolk, Suppl.) 

ALLEN, JOHN RICHARD (RICHARD JOHN). Adm. pens, 
(age 23) at Pembroke, Dec. 12, 1832. Matric. Lent, 1833, 
as Richard John. Migrated to Queens', Sept. 10, 1833, as R. J., 
of Northants. B.A. 1837, as R. J. V. of Swilland, Suffolk, 
1847-67. Died there Jan. 28, 1867, aged 57. (G. Mag., 
1S67, I. 392.) 

ALLEN, JOHN ROY. .A.dm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 
Apr. 17, 1817. [3rd] s. of Jefferys (1778), of Bridgwater, 
Somerset. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1817; Scholar; B.A. 
1821; M.A. 1825. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 27, 1821. 
Called to the Bar, 1826; disbarred by request, 1835. Recorder 
of Taunton, Andover and Bridgwater, 1841-61. Of Lyng- 
ford Taunton. J. P. Married Lydia Augusta, dau. of James 
Watson, of Bath, 1831. Died Mar. 10, 1875, aged 76, at 
Weston-super-Mare. Brotherof Charles J. (1S19), etc. (Boase; 
Scott, MSS.; Inns of Court; Burke, L.G., where date of 
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ALLEN, JOHN THOMAS WALFORD. Adm. pens, (age 17) 
at Trinity, Apr. 30, 1846. S. of John. B. at Ilminster, 
Somerset. School, Ilminster Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1846; B.A. 1851. (John Allen, M.A., was P.C. of Knowle, 
Somerset, 1839-55 and also Master of Ilminster Grammar 
School and probably father of this man: but according to 
the Gent. Mag. J. T. W. Allen was P.C. of Knowle, St Giles', 
when he died; he is not, however, found in the Clergy Lists.) 
Died May 11, 1863, aged 34, at High Laver rectory. (G. 
Mag., 1863, I. 801.) 

ALLEN, JOHN TOWERS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Mar. 22, 1762. S. of J., gent., of Norfolk. B. at Terrington. 
School, Bury. Matric. Lent, 1763; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1769. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 20, 1767; priest, Nov. 6, 1768. 
R. of Barwick, Norfolk, 1783-8. {Scott-Mayor, in. 678.) 

ALLEN, JOHN WHITACRE. .\dm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Oct. 15, 1841. [2nd] s. of Benjamin Haigh. B. Apr. 22, 
1823, at Greenhead, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1842; B.A. 1846. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 14, 1850; no call; name 
withdrawn. May 25, 1858. [John Whitacre Allen occurs, 
without cure, in Clergy Lists, 1852-65.] Major, 5th West 
York Militia, 1868. Drawing Master at the Ladies' College, 
Cheltenham, Gloucs., i88r; at Cheltenham College, 1882-7. 
Of Parkfield Lawn, Cheltenham. Married Eliza, dau. of the 
Rev. Dr Whiteside, V. of Scarborough, Sept. 18, 1851. Died 
Jan. 26, 1906, at Cheltenham. Brother of Benjamin H. 
(1839). {Cheltenham Coll. Reg., 47; Burke, L.G.) 

ALLEN, JOHN WILSON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 25, 
1781. Of Stanhoe Hall, Norfolk. Died Dec. 14, 1825, aged 63, 
at Bath. (G. Mag.) 

ALLEN, JOHN WOOLLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 1883, 
as J. Wortley {sic). 5th s. of Sir George Wigram, Knt., of 
Toxteth Park, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. B. 
Mar. 6, 1865. School, Sydney Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1883; B.A. 1886. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 3, 1887. 
Called to the Bar, 1890. Returned to Australia. Served in 
the South African War, 1901-2. Served in the Great War 
(Lieut. -Col., King's (Liverpool Regt.); mentioned in des- 
patches; CM. G., 1916). With the Rhineland High Commission 
as Kreis Officer at Cologne, 1920-1. Married and had issue. 
Brother of Herbert (1883), etc. {Who's Who, 1938; R. L. 
Lloyd; Univ. War List.) 

ALLEN, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, May 21, 
1788. S. of William, banker, of Manchester. [Bapt. Dec. 6, 
1770, at St Anne's, Manchester.] School, Manchester (Mr 
Lawson). Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar, 1790; Prizeman; 
B.A. {7th Wrangler) 1792; M.A. 1795; D.D. 1829. Fellow, 
1793. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 30, 1788. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Dec. 22, 1799; priest, Mar. 9, i8oo. Preb. of 
Westminster, 1806-34. V. of Battersea, Surrey, 1808-29. 
V. of St Bride's, London, 1829-34. Private tutor to Lord 
Althorpe, 1830-4. Bishop of Bristol, 1834-6; of Ely, 1836-45. 
Official Visitor of St John's, Jesus and Christ's Colleges. 
Married Margaret .-Vshley, of Frodsham, Cheshire, 1807. 
.Author, Sermons. Died Mar. 20, 1845, aged 75. Buried in 
Ely Cathedral. Father of George J. (1828) and probably of 
Robert (1836). {Hennessy; G. Mag., 1845, i. 541; Manchester 
Sch. Reg., II. 44.) 

ALLEN, JOSHUA BIRD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 27, 1841. S. and h. of Joshua JulUan. [Of Bicton, 
Pcmbs.] B. May 15, 1823, in Loudon. School, St Paul's. 
Matric. Michs. 1841; B.A. 1845. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 18, 1844. Called to the Bar, 1847; withdrew, 1853. 
Chief Clerk of the High Court of Chancery, 1869-80. Married 
Margaretta Anne, dau. of Col. WiUiam Morison, E.I.C.S., 
Apr. 13, 1848. Died I/./). Apr. 10, 1880. Father of WiUiam B. 
(1870). (Burke, L.G.; St Paul's Sch. Reg.) 

ALLEN, LANCELOT BAUGH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 17, 1794. 2nd s. of John [Bartlett], of Cresselly, Pembs. 
B. Jan. 1, 1774. School, Westminster. Elected Scholar, 
1795, but not admitted, in consequence of his refusal to take 
the statutable oath. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 9, 1798. 
Called to the Bar, 1803. Afterwards adm. at the Inner 
Temple, June 21, 1819. Warden of Dulwich College, 1805-11 ; 
Master, 1811-20. A police magistrate of Union Hall, South- 
wark, 1819-25. A clerk in the Petty Bag Office, 1824. One 
of the Six Clerks in Chancery, 1825-42. Married (i) Caroline 
Jane, dau. of Thomas Peter Romilly, of Dulwich, May 22, 
1820; (2) Georgiana Sarah, dau. of Charles Nathaniel Bayly, 
July 2, 1841. Of Cilrhiw, Pembs. Died Oct. 28, 1845. 
Brother of John H. (1789); father of Clement F. R. (1862), 
George B. (1838) and Edmund E. (1842). {Record of Old 
Westminsters; Burke, L.G.) 

ALLEN, LEONARD SPENCER. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 
1900. B. Oct. 14, 1879. Of Parson Drove Vicarage, Wisbech, 
Cambs. Matric. AUchs. 1900; B.A. 1907. {Selwyn Coll. Cal., 
1915-) 

ALLEN, LEWIS GEORGE JARVIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 20, i860. S. of Henr>', clerk, of 22, Goldsmith Road, 



Allen, Robert 

Brighton [formerly V. of Patcham, Sussex, and Chaplain of 
Sussex County Gaol]. B. Aug. 17, 1841, at Horsham, Sussex. 
School, Sherborne (Mr Harper). Matric. Lent, 1861. Died 
Aug. 27, 1863, aged 21, at Scarborough. (G. Mag., 1863, 11. 
519-) 

ALLEN, LODER. Adm. scholar at Christ's, May 25, 1764. 
Appears neither in the Adm. Book, nor in the Matric. Reg. 
Probably resided from Michs. 1763 to Lady Day, 1766. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Nov. 6, 1768; priest, Aug. 15, 1773; C. of 
DalUnghoe, Suffolk, 1768. C. of Alderton, Suffolk, 1773; and 
of Bawdsey, 1773. V. of Little Clacton, Essex, 1784-94 and 
1797-1811. R. of Easton, Suffolk, 1787-1811. V. of Frams- 
den, 1792-1811. A clever mechanic; invented a screw for the 
elevation of guns, for which he received a pension from the 
Government; also invented a fljnng machine, with which it 
is said he attempted to fly from the top of his church tower. 
Died June 21, 1811, aged 66. Buried at Framsden. {Peile, 
II. 275.) 

ALLEN, NORMAN PERCY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1898. S. of George Ernest, civil servant, of Vine 
Cottage, Thames Ditton, Surrey. B. Apr. 20, 1879, at 
Wimbledon. School, Lancing College. Matric. Michs. 1898; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1901. Schoolmaster at the Elms, Col- 
waU, 1903-5; at Waynflete, Woodcote, 1906-9. Head 
Master of St Winifred's School, Kenley, Surrey; there in 
1925. Of 42, Shelley Road, Worthing, Sussex. {Lancing Coll. 
Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1928-9.) 

ALLEN, PERCY TUTHILL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 8, 
1897. S. of Arthur Barrow. B. Oct. 14, 1878, at Ellesmere, 
Salop. Schools, Maidstone Grammar and Highgate. Scholar, 
1897; B.A. 1900. Obtained Eastern Cadetship, 1902. 
Secretary to the British Resident at Negri Sembilan, 
Federated Malay States, 1911. Assistant Protector of 
Chinese at Penang, Straits Settlement, 1914. PuWic Trustee 
of the Federated Malay States. {Peile, 11. 815.) 

ALLEN, RAYMUND CECIL EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Pembroke, Oct. 7, 1882. [5th] s. of Edmund Edward 
(1842), R. of Porthkerry, near Cowbridge. B. at Millom, 
Cumberland. School, Clifton College. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B..A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Barrister (Inner Temple) 1898. 
District and Probate Registrar, 1911-35. J. P. forGlamorgan, 
1920; retired, 1935. Sometime of Whiteacre, Llandaff; 
afterwards of 3, Woodland Place, Bathwick Hill, Bath. 
{Reg. of the Senate, 1937; Kelly, Handbook, 1937.) 

ALLEN, REGINALD. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 10, 1882. 
S. and h. of Charles Fletcher (1854), clerk, of Awre, Gloucs., 
deceased. B. Nov. 10, 1863, at Derby. School, Clergy 
Orphan, Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar; B.A. 
18S5; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1890; 
priest (London) 1892; C. of St James-the-Less, Westminster, 
1891-4. Chaplain at Boumabat, Smyrna, 1895-1915. V. of 
Blakeney, Gloucs., 1917-29. Chaplain at Dinan, 1929-34. 
Of Kemmings Cottage, Whitwell, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, 
1937- {Crockford, 1938-.) 

ALLEN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Feb. 19, 
1838. S. of George, clerk, of Little Driffield, Yorks. B. at 
Ganton, East Riding, Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 
Michs. 1838; B.A. 1842; M.A. 1846. V. of Kirkbum, Yorks., 
1865-76. [Occurs in Crockford, 1876, App., but not in other 
issues.] Died Apr. 14, 1876, aged 58, at Kirkbum. {Sedbergh 
Sch. Reg.; The Guardian, Apr. 19, 1876.) 

ALLEN, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 24, 1841. 
S. of Josiah, of Kidderminster, Worcs. B. Jan. 22, 1822. 
Matric. Michs. 1841; Scholar, 1844; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848; 
incorp. at Oxford, 1859. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Jan. 26, 
1845; priest (Norwich, Litt. dim. from Worcester) Jan. 25, 
1846; C. of St Stephen's, Birmingham. P.C. of St Jude's, 
Gray's Inn Lane, London. V. of Kensworth, Herts., 1851-3. 
P.C. of St James's, HaUfax, 1853. P.C. of Christ Church, Nor- 
wood, Surrey, 1862-95. Surrogate, dio. Rochester, 1885. A 
member of the Committee of the Church Missionary Society. 
Died Feb. 19, 1895, aged 73. {Al. Oxon.; Crockford; R. F. 
Scott.) 

ALLEN, RICHARD JOHN, see ALLEN, JOHN RICHARD. 

ALLEN, RICHARD [PECK]. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 18, 1813. S. of William [farmer, of Harley, Salop]. B. 
at Fiodesley, Shrops. School, St Paul's, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1813; B.A. 1817, as R. Peck. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Apr. 27, 1815, as Richard Peck. Called to the Bar, 
1820. Never practised. 

ALLEN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 14, 
1836. Of Surrey. [B. 1816. School, Charterhouse.] Matric. 
Michs. 1836. Probably s. of Joseph (1788), Bishop of Ely. 
If so, died at Darmstadt, Mar. 11, 1846. (But his age is 
given as 18 in the Manchester Sch. Reg., 11. 45, where he is 
mentioned as the youngest son of Joseph, Bishop of Ely.) 
Probably brother of George J. (1828). {List of Carthus. 
G. Mag., 1846, I. 559.) 



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Allen, Robert 

ALLEN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, June 7, 
1855. S. of Daniel, of Kensington, London. B. Feb. 5, 1833, 
in London. School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1862. Ord. deacon, 1859; priest 
(Lincoln) i860. C. of Lavington, Lines., 1862-3. C. of 
Monk's Kirby, Warws., 1863-7. C. of Rugby, 1868-76. V. of 
Thomton-with-Allerthorpe, Yorks., 1876-7. V. of Christ 
Church, Eastbourne, 1877-90. Preb. of Chichester, 1888-98. 
R. of St Mary Magdalen, St Leonards, 1890-8. Author, The 
Life, Times and Travels of Abraham; Sermons. Died Mar. 13, 

1898, at St Leonards. Brother of Edward H. (1857). (Boose, 

IV. Suppl.) 

ALLEN, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 23, 1883. S. 
of Joseph, chemist. B. Mar. 21, 1866, at 10, St James's 
Place, PljTnouth, Devon. School, Plymouth Grammar. 
Matric. Easter, 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. Brother of 
Arthur W. (1898). 

ALLEN, ROBERT. Matric. Non-CoU. Oct. 21, 1890; B.A. 1893; 
M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon, 1894; priest (Lichfield) 1895; C. of 
Christ Church, West Bromwich, 1894-1902. V. of St John 
the Evangelist, Wolverhampton, 1902-24. V. of Bradeley, 
Staffs., 1924-7. Died suddenly Dec. 18, 1927, aged 57, in 
Bradeley Church, at the conclusion of the evening service. 
Brother of Henry J. (1890). (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, ROBERT CANDLISH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 28, 

1899. S. of William Shepherd [M.P. for Newcastle-under- 
Lyme]. B. Feb. 3, 1881, at Woodhead Hall, Cheadle, Staffs. 
Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902; M.A. 1906. Sheep-farmer in 
New Zealand. Served in the Great War (Lieut.-Col., Auck- 
land Regt., New Zealand Force; D.S.O., 1917; Bar, 1918; 
mentioned in despatches). Hon. A.D.C. to the Governor- 
General of New Zealand, 1920. Of Annandale, Piako, New 
Zealand. Occurs in Reg. of the Senate, 1938. Brother of 
William (1S90). (Peile, 11. 835; Univ. War List.) 

ALLEN, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Trinity, Feb. i, 
1848. S. of Mrs Allen, of Higham Ferrers, Northants. Matric. 
Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1868. Ord. deacon, 1854; 
priest (Peterb.) 1855. C. of Higham Ferrers with Chelveston, 
1856-9-. Chaplain of Hastings Borough Cemetery, 1863-85 ; 
to Lord Muncaster. Died Dec. 4, 1885, aged 59, at Ramsgate. 
(Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Feb. 5, 
i866. Of DubUn. Matric. Lent, 1866; Scholar, 1866; B.A. 
1869; M.A. 1872. Perhaps adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Nov. 12, 1863; of Trinity College, Dublin; s. of Henry, of 
Co. Antrim. One of these names adm. at Trinity College, 
Dublin, July 2, i860, age 17; s. of Benjamin; B.A. (Dubhn) 
andLL.B. 1869. (Al. Dubl.) 

ALLEN, SAMUEL JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 
Feb. 17, 1816. S. and h. of Samuel, sail-maker, of London. 
B. there June 16, 1798. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 
Michs. 1816; Exhibitioner; Scholar; B..\. 1820; M.A. 1824. 
University Preacher, 1833. C. of Langho, Lanes. P.C. of 
Salesbury, 1822. Chaplain to Lord de Tabley. Sometime 
Head Master of the Free Grammar School, Burnley, Lanes. 

V. of Easingwold, Yorks., 1839-56. Assisted Thomas 
Dunham Whitaker, the historian of Whalley, Craven and 
Richmondshire, in his Uterary work ; on the death of Whitaker 
was engaged by the publishers of The History of Richmond- 
shire to complete the work. A learned antiquary and a 
clever draftsman; left a large collection of MSS. relating to 
the antiquities of Yorks. and Lanes. Author, Lectures in 
Defence of the Church of England; Sermons. Died Apr. 29, 
1856, aged 58. Brother of Isaac N. (1831), etc. (Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Boose; G. Mag., 1856, 11. 385.) 

ALLEN, SIDNEY SIMPSON. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 28, 1866. [3rd] s. of Joseph WilUam, deceased, late of 
99, Southampton Row, Russell Square, London [his father 
was an artist, sometime of Hammersmith]. School, Christ's 
Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar; B.A. 1871. Assistant 
Master at Christ's Hospital, 1870. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Nov. i, 1880. Called to the Bar, 1884. Became an 
Army 'Coach.' Died Apr. 13, 1931, at the Charterhouse. 
(T. A. Walker, 528; Christ's Hospital Reg.; The Times, 
Apr. 15, 1931.) 

ALLEN, STEPHEN. .\dm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, June 25, 
1771. S. of Stephen. B. at King's L>-nn, Norfolk. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. i77i- Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Aug. 2, 1778; priest, Aug. 6, 1780; C. of Edgefield, Norfolk, 
1778. C. of Swanton Morley, 1780. Lie. Lecturer of St 
Margaret's, Lynn, July 16, 1789; V., c. 1797-1847. V. of 
Dunton, 1 789-1800. P.C. of St Margaret's with St Nicholas, 
Lynn, 1791. R. of Haslingfield, Cambs., 1800-47. R. of 
Wolterton, Norfolk, 1801-. Married, at Gretna Green (age 
17 years and i month), Susanna, dau. of Edward Sharpin, 
M.D., of East Dereham, Oct. 28, 1772- Credited with having 
lost a fortune in his youth through e.xtravagance: e.g. 
driving a carriage with four horses and three footmen. Died 
Mar. 15, 1847, aged 92, at LjTin. Father of the ne.xt. (Peile, 
II. 293.) 



Allen, William 

ALLEN, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Nov. i, 
1792. S. of Stephen (above), clerk, of King's Lynn, Norfolk. 
School, King's Lynn (Mr Lloyd). Matric. Michs. 1793; 
Scholar, 1796; B..\. 1797; M.A. 1800. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
.^pr. I, 1798; priest, Aug. 31, 1800. Succeeded his father as 
V. of Dunton, Norfolk, 1800-55. R- of Wolterton-cum- 
Wickmere, 1841-50. Died Apr. 27, 1855, aged 80, at Erping- 
ham, Norfolk. Father of the next and Godfrey (1840). 
(G. Mag., 1855, I. 656.) 

ALLEN, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 14, 
1831. [Adm. sizar at St John's, July 8, 1831.] S. of Stephen 
(above), clerk. B. Apr. 13, 1812, at Winwick, Northants. 
School, Norwich (Mr Kidd). Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. (35<A 
Wrangler) 1835; M.A. 1839; D.D. 1852. Ord. deacon (Bristol) 
June 18, 1836; priest (Canterbury) 1837; C. of Chevening, 
Kent, 1836. Perhaps Minister of St Andrew's, Aberdeen, 
1848-54. Of Englefield Green, Surrey, in 1853; unbeneficed. 
In Clergy List, 1867, without an address. Latterly of Should- 
ham Hall, Norfolk. Married Jane, dau. of the late John 
Prescott Blencowe, Esq., of Lynn, Aug. 12, 1847 (then 
described as C. of Christ Church, Broadway, Westminster). 
Died July 3, 1889, aged 76, at Shouldham Hall. Brother of 
Godfrey (1840). [St John's College Admission Register does 
not record the previous admission at Trinity nor the migra- 
tion back to that College.] (Scott, MSS.; Clergy List, 1849.) 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, May 24, 
1753. S. of John, M.D., of Bridgwater, Somerset, deceased. 
B. there. School, Bridgwater (Mr Burroughs). Matric. 
Michs. 1753. Perhaps father of John (1780). 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 10, 1775. S. and h. of Thomas, of Finchley, Middlesex. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1775. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, May 26, 1775. (Eton Coll. Reg.) 

ALLEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 13, 1868. S. of 
Thomas, of Manor House, Thurmaston, Leics. B. there 
Sept. 7, 1849. School, Cheltenham College (Dr Barry). 
Matric. Michs. 1868; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875. 
.•Assistant Master of Wolverhampton Grammar School, 1875- 
7. Sometime Head Master of Uttoxeter Grammar School, 
Staffs. Of Southwick Lodge, Worcester, in 191 1. Died 
June 8, 1920, at 40, Chatsv/orth Gardens, Acton. (Chelten- 
ham Coll. Reg.; Scott, MSS.; Tlie Times, June 9, 1920.) 

ALLEN, THOMAS EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 9, 
1824. S. of William, Esq., of White Cottage, Brompton Road, 
Middlesex. B. Sept. 21, 1804. School, Westminster. Matric. 
Michs. 1824. 

ALLEN, THOMAS WATSON. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Aug. 31, 
1865. [3rd] s. of Edward, clerk, of Tiverton, Devon. B. 
May 31, 1847, at Keinton MandevUle, Somerset. School, 
Blundell's, Tiverton (Mr Hughes). Matric. Michs. 1865; 
Scholar; B.A. 1869. Second Master at Warivick Grammar 
School, 1869-71. Ord. deacon, 1870; priest (Worcester) 
1871; C. of All Saints', Emscote, 1870-1. C. of All Hallows- 
on-the-Wall, E.xeter, 1871-4. Assistant Master at Ruthin 
School, 1874. Assistant Master and Chaplain at Guildford 
Grammar School, 1875-7; at Oundle School, 1877-8. V. of 
Thorn St Margaret, Somerset, 1878-1920. Died Jan. 13, 
1920, aged 72. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLEN, WALTER McARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
1889. S. of Sir George Wigram, K.C.M.G., of Toxeth Park, 
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. B. Jan. 31, 1870. 
School, Leys, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1889; B..\. 1893. 
Barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, 1896. Assistant Stall 
0£6cer, Metropolitan Special Constabulary Reserve, 1914; 
Staff Of&cer, 1918-24; Commander-in-Chief, 1925. O.B.E. 
(Civil) 1918; C.B.E. (Civil) 1920; K.B.E., 1926. Officer of 
the Order of St John of Jerusalem. Married and had issue. 
Of 6, Sussex Mansions, Sussex Place, London, S.W. 7. 
Brother of Herbert (1883), etc. (Burke, Knightage, 1937.) 

ALLEN, WILFRED BAUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 11, 
1868. 2nd s. of George Baugh (1838). B. Nov. 14, 1849, m 
London. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1873. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 26, 1870. Called to the Bar, 
1882. On the South Eastern Circuit. County Court Judge for 
Nottingham; resigned, 1917. Of Cilrhiw, Pembs. J. P. for 
Pembs., Notts, and Yorks. Married and had issue. Author, 
legal. Died June 10, 1922, at Tenby. Brother of Wilmot B. 
(i88o). (Burke, L.G.; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Christ's, May 10, 
1758. S. of John, of Cresselly, Pembs. B. there. School, 
CresseUy. Matric. Michs. 1758; Scholar, 1759; B.A. 1762. 
Ord. deacon (Lambeth) Feb.; priest, Dec. 1762. C. of Ruck- 
ing Kent. Chaplain to the Countess Dowager of Feners, 
1764. R. of Little Chart, 1768-1811. Died unmarried. One 
of these names V. of Hay, Brecon, 1786-1830; R. of Llanfi- 
hangel Istemllewyme, Monin., 1800-30; died 1831. [Does 
QOt occur in the pedigree of .\llen of Cresselly given in Burke, 
L.G.] (Peile, u. 265; Scott, .MSS.; G. Mag., 1831, i. 474) 



39 



Allen, William 

ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 23, 
1793. S. of Mundeford, of London. B. Dec. i773- School, 
VVestnunster. Matric. Michs. 1793; Scholar, 1794: B.A. i797; 
M A 1800. Ord. deacon (Norwich) .Mar. 12, i797; pnest, 
Apr I 1798. V. of Narburgh with Narford, Norfolk, 1799- 
1864, knd perhaps V. of Appleton, 1835-64; but see also 
Al. Oxon. for a contemporary namesake. Died May 31, i»b4, 
aged 91, at Narburgh. (Record of Old Westtmnsters; G. Mag., 
1864, II. 119.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 7, 

1811. Of Norfolk. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity, Dec. i, 1814; a 'Ten-year' 

man. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's Jan. 20 1848. 
S. of WiUiam, grocer, of Bird Street, Lichfield Stafls B. 
Mar 17, 1830, in the p;irish of St Mary's, Lichfield. [School, 
Rugeley.l Matric. Michs. 1849; Scholar, 1850; B.A. 1853; 
M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon, 1853; priest (Lichfield) 1854. C. of 
Mucklestone, Staffs., 1853-7. V. of LUleshall Salop 1857-71. 
V. of Walsall, Staffs., 1871-82. Preb. of Lichfield, 1880- 
1915 V. of Eccleshall, 1882-1915. Rural Dean, 1882. 
Author, Sermons. Died Dec. 9, 1915, aged 85, at Eccleshall. 
Father of William G. (1882) and Frederick L. (1885). (K. 
Simms, Bibliotheca Staffs. ; Scott, MSS.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. .\dm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 17, 
1864. S. of John, clerk. B. at Brighton. Matnc. Michs. 1864. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Oct. 13, 
1866. S. of William [of Acton Grammar School, near Nant- 
wich] B. at Edge Hill, near Liverpool. School, Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar; B.A. 1870; M..A. 1877. Ord. 
deacon, 1870; priest (Worcester) 1871; C. of Nuneaton, 
Warws., 1870-2. C. of All Saints', Kensington Park, 1876-8. 
Assistant Master at Stratford-on-Avon Collegiate School, 
1878-9. Classical .Master at .^cton Grammar School, Nant- 
wich. 1879-. Latterly Head Master of a preparatory school 
at Svdenham. Died June 10, 1886, aged 39, at The Laurels, 
SUverdale, Sydenham. {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg., i75; Crock- 
ford, 1886; The Guardian, June 16, 1886; Scott, MSS.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 10, 1867. 
Of Southampton. S. of WiUiam,. clerk [V. of Newtown, 
Hants.]. B. at Bishop's Waltham. Bapt. July 16, 1845. 
Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874. Ord. deacon, 
1872; priest (Winchester) 1873; C. of Newtown, 1872-5. 
C. of Ticehurst, Sussex, 1875-8. C. of Emberton, Bucks., 
1878-9. C. of Hartfield, Sussex, 1879-83. Resided latterly 
at Roffeyhurst, Horsham, Susses. Died there May 2, 1890, 
aged 45. [One of these names, M.A., C. of All Saints', 
Netting Hill, Middlesex, in 1878-81-; styled W. Allen, M.A., 
junior.] (Scott, MSS.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 7, 1875. S. 
of William, cordwainer. B. at Leeds. Bapt. Dec. 17, 1855. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1902. [This degree is 
wrongly assigned to William Allen (1877) in Matric. and 
Degrees.] Ord. deacon, 1878; priest (St Albans) 1880; C. of 
Hockerill, Herts., 1878-83. C. of Loughton, Essex, 1884-7. 
V. of Loughton, 1887-1907. R. of Wickham Bishops, 1907- 
16. Died June 22, 1916, aged 61, at Bumham, Bucks. 
(Essex Review, xxv. 170; Crockford; Eagle, 1916.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 14, 1877. 
S. df Edward (184 1), clerk. B. Aug. 1, 1856, at Castlechurch, 
Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881. Ord. deacon, 1881; 
priest (Worcester) 1882; C. of Kidderminster, 1881-5. C. of 
Penkridge, 1885-6. C. of Alvington, Gloucs., 1887-90- 
Succeeded his father as V. of Castlechurch, 1892-4. Died 
Sept. 19, 1894, aged 38. Brother of Edward (1873). (Crock- 
ford; The Times, Sept. 24, 1894.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. i, 1890. 
[S. of William Shepherd, Esq., of Woodhead Hall, Cheadle, 
Staffs. B. 1870. School, Kydal Mount, Colwyn Bay.] 
Matric. Michs. 1890. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1905. 
On the Oxford Circuit. Served in the South African War with 
the .Australian Mounted Rifles. M.P. for Newcastle-under- 
Lyme, 1892-1900; for Burslem, 1931-5. During the Great 
War, Head of the .■Agricultural Department in the Ministry of 
National Service, 1917-19. Recorder of Ludlow, 1928-32; 
of Newcastle-under-Lyme, 1932-; Charity Commissioner, 
1935-. Of Woodhead HaU, Cheadle, Staffs. J. P. K.C., 1930. 
Twice married and had issue. Brother of Robert C. (1899). 
(Emmanuel Coll. Mag.; Who's Who, 1938.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM BIRD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 24 

1870. [2nd] s. of Joshua Bird (1841), of 15, Blomfield 
Terrace, London. B. Sept. 27, 1851, in London. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 6, 

1871. Called to the Bar, 1876. Equity draftsman and con- 
veyancer. Of Bicton, Pembs. J. P. High Sheriff, 1915. 
Li\'ed latterly at 158, Portsdown Road, London, W. 9. Died 
there Sept. 5, 1936, aged 85. Buried at Kensal Green 
Cemetery. (Burke, L.G.; Kelly, Hawdiooft, 1936; The Times, 
Sept. 7, 1936.) 



Allen, William Osborn Bird 

ALLEN, WILLIAM BROWN. Adm. sizar at Queens', Dec. 13, 
1830. Of Middlesex. Did not matriculate. The identity of 
this man has not been established; according to information 
received from a member of the family, he was not a brother 
of Ebenezer Brown (1831). It is, however, suggested that he 
may be identical with that man who, disliking the name 
Ebenezer, substituted that of William on coming into 
residence. (C. Foxley.) 

ALLEN, WILLIAM GEORGE. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 1, 
1886. B. May 26, 1868. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. 
Ord. deacon, 1891; priest (Sarum) 1893. C. of Burcombe, 
Wilts., 1891-5. C. of Burbage, Sarum, 1896-8. Died Jan. 1898. 

ALLEN, WILLIAM GOUGH. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 15, 
1882. Of Salop. S. of William (1848), clerk. B. at St 
George's [Lilleshall]. Bapt. Sept. 25, 1863. School, Welling- 
ton College. Did not matriculate. Solicitor. Of Willenhall, 
near Wolverhampton; afterwards of The Lodge, Penn, 
Wolverhampton, 1931. Brother of Frederick L. (1885). 
(Wellington Coll. Reg.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM HALFHIDE. M.A. 1857; incorp. from 
Oxford. S. and h. of Daniel, of Marylebone, Loudon [and of 
Wye, Kent]. Matric. (New Inn Hall, Oxford) July 1, 1853, 
age 30, as W. Halphide (sic); B.C.L. 1855; D.C.L. and M.A. 
(Oxford) 1857. .\dm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 15, 1858. Called 
to the Bar, 1861. (Al. Oxon.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 

Sept. 30, 1871. Of Worcs. [S. of , deceased. B. Jan. 8, 

1841, at Worcester. School, St Bees.] Matric. Michs. 1871; 
B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878. Probably ord. deacon, 1867; priest 
(Peterb.) 1868; C. of Quorndon, 1867-9. Held other curacies, 
1869-86. V. of Longstanton All Saints', Cambs., 1886-1905. 
V. of Parson Drove, Wisbech, 1905-18. Of Parson Drove in 
1923; without cure. Not in Crockford, 1924. (Cox, County 
Who's Who, Series 1912.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 7, 
1892. [2nd] s. of WiUiam, of Evenley Hall, Brackley, 
Northants. B. Aug. 20, 1870, at Wallsend-on-Tyne, Nor- 
thumberland. School, Royal Agricultural College, Ciren- 
cester. Matric. Michs. 1892; B..\. 1895; M.A. 1903. Adm. at 
the Inner Temple, 1896. Called to the Bar, 1899. Never 
practised. Of Evenley Hall, Brackley, Northants. J. P. 
Lord of the Manor of Evenley. High Sheriff of Northants., 
1930. During the Great War, Hon. Major, R.G.A., 1914-17. 
Married and had issue. Died Dec. 13, 1936, aged 66, at 
Evenley Hall. Brother of John (1892). (Burke, E.G.; 
Who's Who, 1936; The Times, Dec. 14, 1936.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 1, 
1887. 2nd s. of Theophilus. B. Nov. 3, 1869, at Netting 
Hill, London. School, Lancing College. Matric. .Michs. 1887; 
B..\. 1890; M.B. and B.C. 1895. Student at St Thomas's 
Hospital, London, 1890-4. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1894. In 
practice at Derby, 1895-1927-. Served in the Great War 
(Major, R.A.M.C). Of Cornerways, Calverton, Notts.; 
retired. (Lancing Coll. Reg.; Peile, 11. 737; Medical Directory, 
193S.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM HOWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. 8, 1896. S. of George (1862), clerk, of Shaw, near 
Oldham. B. Jan. 14, 1876, at Brockworth Vicarage, near 
Gloucester. Schools, Richmond, Yorks. (Rev. E. \. Ruble), 
and RossaU. Matric. Michs. 1896; B..-\. 1899; M.A. 1903. 
ALLEN, WILLIAM JEFFERYS. Adm. pens, (age 18 sic) at 
Pembroke, June 15, 1821. [4th s. of Jefferys, (1778), of 
Bridgrwater, Somerset. B. there Sept. 27, 1800.] Matric. 
Michs. 1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1830. P.C. of Michael- 
church, Somerset, 1851-6. P.C. of Trull, 1859-60; retired. 
Of Gatchell House, Somerset. J. P. Married EUen Susan, 
dau. of the Rev. Henry Burlton, of Exminster, Devon, 
June 22, 1846, at Paris. Died Apr. 15, 1882. Brother of 
Charles J. (1819), etc., and father of Jefferys C. (1866). 
(Burke, E.G.; G. Mag.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM MAXEY. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 30, 
1844. S. of William, clerk, of Wimbotsham, Norfolk. 
[WiUiam M. Allen was P.C. of Fordham and C. of Wim- 
botsham in 1S46.] B. Sept. 12, 1825, at Holme, Norfolk. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Alichs. 1S44; Scholar, 1845; 
B.A. 1848; jM.A. 1852. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 4, 1849; 
priest, Feb. 24, 1850; C. of Wiggenhall, Norfolk, 1849-50. 
V. of Shouldham with Shouldham Thorpe, 1850-1906. 
Rebuilt Shouldham Church and built a school and parsonage 
house. .A supporter of proposals for University reform. 
Died suddenly Aug. 4, 1906, at Shouldham. (Peile, 11. 487.) 
ALLEN, WILLIAM OSBORN BIRD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 17, 1866. [5th] s. of Charles. B. Mar. 29, 1849, at 
Tenby, Pembs. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 
1871; M..^. 1874. Ord. deacon, 1873; priest (London) 1874; 
C. of St Jude's, Gray's Inn Road, 1873-5. C. of Bere Regis, 
Dorset, 1876-8. V. of Shirbum, Oxon., 1878-86. C. of St 
Gabriel's, Pimlico, London, 1887-91. Secretary, for General 
purposes, of the S.P.C.K., 1891- 1910. Travelled in India. 



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I 



Allen, William Tournay 

Resided latterly at 83, St George's Road, London, S.W. i. 
Author, A Parson's Holiday, an Account of a Tour in India; 
joint author of a History of the S.P.C.K. (1698-1898). Died 
Apr. 30, 1930, aged 81, at The Croft, Tenby. (Crockford; 
The Times, May 2, 1930.) 

ALLEN, WILLIAM TOURNAY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
LE\E, Sept. 26, 1868. S. of Henry, clerk, of Brockhill House, 
Kent. Matric. Michs. 1868. [Probably John Henry Thomas. 
R. of Mappowder, Dorset, 1835-69.] His mother was Frances 
Ann, dau. of William Tournay, if the above identification with 
the R. of Mappowder is correct. Assumed the surname of 
Tournay in lieu of Allen, Mar. 13, 1871. Of Brockhill Park, 
Hythe, Kent. Died there Aug. 20, 1903, aged 54. (Walford, 
Co. Fam.; Scott, A/.SS.) 

ALLEN, WILLIAMS. M.A. from King's, i757; D.D. 1769. S. of 
Henry, clerk, of Almeley, Herefs. Matric. (Wadbam College, 
Oxford) Jan. 16, 1745-6, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1749. (Al. 
Oxon.) 

ALLEN, WILLOUGHBY CHARLES. Matric. Non-Coil. Oct. 
1886. [S. of Charles Fletcher (1854), clerk, deceased. B. 
Oct. 7, 1867. Schools, Bath College and Clergy Orphan.] 
Migrated to Oxford. Matric. (E.xeter College) 18S7; Scholar; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1891; Prizeman and Hebrew Scholar; M.A. 
(Oxford) 1894. Fellow and Lecturer of Exeter College, 
1894; Sub Rector, 1898-1904. Public Examiner in Theology 
at Oxford, 1898-1900, 1904-6 and in Oriental Studies, 1902- 
8. Ord. deacon, 1S93; priest (Oxford) 1894; C. of S. Hinksey, 
Oxon., 1S93-5. Principal of Egerton Hall, Manchester, 
190S-11. Lecturer at Manchester University, 1908-20. 
Archdeacon of Manchester, 1909-16. Chaplain to the 
Forces, 1915-16. Archdeacon of Blackburn, 1916-20. R. of 
Chorley, 1916-22. Hon. Canon of Manchester, 1921-2. R. 
of Saham Toney, Norfolk, 1922-32. Of Oak Street, Lechlade 
(1937). Author, A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on 
the Gospel according to St Matthew, etc. Brother of Reginald 
(1882). (Clergy Orphan Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1938.) 

ALLEN, WILMOT BAUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 1880. 
4th s. of George Baugh, Esq. (1838), of Regent's Park, 
London. School, Wellington College. Matric. Michs. 1880. 
Solicitor, 1881. Gave up the law for the Church. Ord. 
deacon (Llandaff) 1883; priest (New Westminster) 1889; C. 
of St John's, Cardiff, 1883-4. C. of Newport, Mon., 1884-5. 
C. of Holy Trinity, Haverstock HiU, 1885. V. of St Thomas's, 
ChiHiwack, British Columbia, 1887-1901. C. of Christ Church 
Cathedral, Victoria, 1900-5. R. of St Mark's, Victoria, 
1905-8. Rural Dean, 1907-21. Chaplain of Naval Stations 
and R. of St Paul's, Esquimalt, B.C., 1908-21. Died May 10, 
1923, at Victoria, B.C. Brother of Wilfred B. (1868). (Wel- 
lington Coll. Reg. ; Burke, L.G. ; Crockford.) 

ALLENBY, ALFRED HYNMAN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1890. S. of Hynman (next), Esq. B. Mar. 9, 1871, at 
Fehxstowe, Suffolk. School, Isleworth International College. 
Matric. Michs. 1890. (Vis. of England and Wales, viii.) 

ALLENBY, HYNMAN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Feb. 10, 

1839. [2nd s. of Hynman Raddish, of Kenwick Hall and 
Gamsgate Hall, Lines. B. Aug. 25, 182 1, at Kenwick.] 
Matric. Michs. 1840. Adm. at the Inner Temple, June i, 
1848; no call. Of Felixstowe House, Felixstowe, Suffolk. 
Died there Feb. 20, 1878, aged 56. Father of the above. 
{Vis. of England and Wales, vni.) 

ALLENDALE, Baron, see BEAUMONT, WENTWORTH 
BLACKETT. 

ALLENDALE, Viscount, see BEAUMONT, WENTWORTH 
CANNING BLACKETT. 

ALLENSON, see ALLANSON. 

ALLESTON or ALLESTREE, HENRY TROWELL. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Oct. 13, 1840, as H. T. Allestree (sic). Of 
Derby. S. of William. Bapt. Sept. 27, 1821. Matric. Michs. 

1840, as AUeston, H. Trowell. [A William Allestree was at 
Derby School in the i6th or 17th century; perhaps an 
ancestor of this man who was admitted at St John's as 
Allestree, but matriculated as AUeston.] (Derby Sch. Reg.) 

ALLEYNE, BOUVERIE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 20, 1847. 
[3rd s. of Sir Reynold Abel, Bart. B. July 19, 1828.] Matric. 
Michs. 1847. Colonial Secretary of Grenada and afterwards 
of St Vincent. Married and had issue. Died Oct. 25, 1861, 
at St Vincent. (Burke, P. and B.) 

ALLEYNE, JOSEPH LOWE. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 19, 
1840. 2nd s. of James Holder, Esq., of Clifton, Gloucs. [and 
EUzabeth, dau. of James Lowe, M.D., of Barbados]. Bapt. 
Apr. 21, 1821. Matric. Michs. 1840. Migrated (age 20) to 
Magdalene, Apr. 22, 1841 ; LL.B. 1851. C. of Exhall, Warws., 
1849-53. Married Julia, dau. of John Holder, Esq. Died 
July 3, 1858, aged 38, at 4, Oxford Street, Hyde Park, 
London. (Foster, Baronetage; G. Mag., 1858, 11. 200.) 



Allgood, William [Henry] Loraine 

ALLEYNE, WILLIAM DE CASTRO. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 7, 1858. S. and h. of Samuel Maynard, Esq., of 5, Upper 
Victoria Place, Clifton, Bristol. B. Oct. 13, 1840, in Bar- 
bados, W. Indies. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 17, i860. Died .Aug. 21, 1865, aged 24, 
at Ryde, Isle of Wight. (G. Mag., 1865, 11. 528.) 

ALLFREE, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 8, 1824. 
Of Kent. S. of Edward Mott, M.A. (Oxon.), Minor Canon of 
Rochester. School, King's, Rochester. Matric. Michs. 1825; 
B.A. 1829; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon (London, Lt«. dim. from 
Canterbury) Dec. 19, 1830; priest (London) Dec. 18, 1831; 
C. of St Andrew's with St Mary Bredman, Canterbury, 1830. 
C. of CUffe-at-Hoo, 1841-50. R. of St Swithin's with St 
Mary Bothaw, London, 1850-92. Died June 17, 1892, aged 
85, in London. Brother of the next. (Hennessy; Eagle.) 

ALLFREE, FREDERIC [CHARLES]. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 13, 1827. S. of Edward Mott, Minor Canon of Rochester, 
Kent. [School, King's, Rochester.] Matric. Michs. 1828, as 
Frederick Charles; B..\. 1832; M..\. 1838. Ord. deacon, 1836; 
priest, 1837. C. of Shome, near Gravesend, 1841-8; retired. 
Lived latterly at Tunbridge Wells, Kent, without cure. 
Died 1870. Brother of Edward (above). (The Roffensian 
Reg.) 

ALLFREE, GEORGE FREDERIC. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 18, 1843. Of Kent. B. at St Petersburgh. Matric. 
Michs. 1843, as G. Frederick (re-adm. Mar. 6, 1847; of Kent); 
B.A. 1851; M.A. 1855. Ord. deacon, 1851; priest (Gloucester) 
Dec. 19, 1852; C. of Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucs., 1851-3. C. 
of Patcham, Sussex, 1873-8; retired. Living at West 
Brighton, Sussex, in 1886. Disappears from Crockford, 1890. 
(Clergy Lists.) 

ALLFREY, FREDERIC HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 7, 1891. S. of Francis, of Bury Lawn, Newport Pagnell, 
Bucks. B. Apr. 29, 1873, at Newport, Mon. School, Ton- 
bridge. Matric. Michs. 1891; B..\. 1894; M..\. 1899; M.B. and 
B.C. 1899. At St Thomas's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1898. House Surgeon and Physician at the Royal 
Free Hospital. Senior House Surgeon at the County Hospital, 
Bedford. In practice at South\vick, Sussex, 1905-36- 
(Allfrey and Mitcheson). Late Medical Officer of the Steyning 
Union Infirmary and Children's Homes. Medical Officer, 
Portslade Industrial School. In the Great War, Capt., 
R.A.M.C; mentioned in despatches. Of Romans, Southwick, 
Sussex (1938). (Univ. War List; Reg. of the Senate, 1937; 
.Medical Directory, 1938.) 

ALLFREY, PHILIP SHEDDEN. .\dm. pens, (age 19) at Mag- 
dalene, July 6, 1884. S. of Henry Wells, of Hemingford 
House, Stratford-on-.Avon, Warws. Matric. Michs. 1884. 

ALLGOOD, ALFRED MAJOR. Adm. (age 19) at Trinity Hall, 
1885. 5th s. of James, R. of Ingram, Alnwick. [B. there 
Aug. 15, 1866.] School, Eton. Matric, Michs. 1885; B.A. 
1893. Land Agent. Of Walwick Grange, Humshaugh-on- 
Ty-ne, Northumberland. Brother of Roland F. (1893) and 
William L. (1887). (Vis. of England and Wales, ix; Who's 
Who, 1938.) 

ALLGOOD, ROBERT LANCELOT. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at 
Christ's, Apr. 30, 1812. S. and h. of James, LL.D., of 
Nunwick, near Hexham, Northumberland. B. there Sept. 17, 
1794. School, Oakham, near Doncaster. Matric. Michs. 
1812. Of Nunwick, Northumberland. D.L. High Sheriff, 
1818. Married (1) Mary Neville (his cousin), dau. of John 
Reed, of Chipchase Castle, Northumberland, May 2, 1816; 
(2) Ehzabeth, dau. of John Hunter, of The Hermitage, 
Northumberiand, Aug. 26, 1820. Died May 25, 1854, at 
Brighton. Buried at Simonbum. (Peile, 11. 372 ; Burke, L.G. ; 
G. Mag.) 

ALLGOOD, ROLAND FREDERICK. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1893 7th s. of James, clerk, of Nunwick, Humshaugh-on- 
Tyne, Northumberiand. [B. Aug. 3, 1873, at Ingram.] 
School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1893; B.A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 
1901; priest (Ripou) 1903; C. of Sedbergh, Yorks., 1901-9. 
R. of Ingram, Northumberland, 1909-36-. Rural Dean of 
Glendale, 1937-. Married and had issue. Brotherof Alfred M. 
(1885), etc. (Crockford, 1938; Burke, L.G., I937.) 

ALLGOOD, WILLIAM [HENRY] LORAINE. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity Hall, July 4, 1887. 6th s. of James, R. of Ingram, 
Northumberland. [B. there Feb. 16, 1868.] School, Eton. 
Matric Michs. 1887, as W. Lorraine (sic). Entered the Army 
(2nd Lieut., King's Royal Rifles, 1891; Lieut., 1893; Capt., 
1899). Served with the Burma Expedition, 1891-2 and in 
the South .\frican War, 1899-1902 (Major; Staff Capt., 1909). 
In the Great War, Col., King's Royal Rifles; D.S.O., 1917; 
mentioned four times in despatches; C.M.G., 1918; C.B., 
19^5 • Legion of Honour; retired, with rank of Brigadier- 
Gen ' 1925. Of Charlcot, Ripon, Yorks. Brother of Alfred 
M (1885), etc. (Burke, L.G.; Who's W)io, 1938.) 



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Allhusen, Augustus Henry Eden 

ALLHUSEN, AUGUSTUS HENRY EDEN. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 30, 1887. S. and h. of Henry Christian, of 
46, Lansdown Crescent, Cheltenham, Gloucs. B. Aug. 20, 
1867, at Gateshead, Durham. School, Cheltenham College. 
Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. J. P. and D.L. for Bucks. 
High Sheriff, 1913. M.P. for Salisbury, 1897-1900; for 
Central Hackney, 1900-6. Assistant Private Secretary to 
the Secretary of State for India, 1905. Of Stoke Court, Stoke 
Poges, Bucks. Chairman of Magistrates and Guardians at 
Slough. .Married and had issue. Died May 2, 1925. {Chelten- 
ham Coll. Reg. ; Burke, L.G.) 

ALLHUSEN, FRANK (? FRANCIS) ERNEST. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1889. S. of Alfred, Esq. B. 1869, at 
Gateshead, Durham. School, Gateshead. Matric. Michs. 
1889, as Francis E.; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, and Pt II, 
1st Class) 1892; M.A. 1896. Assistant Master at Charter- 
house, 1894-5; at Harrow, 1896-9. Of Beadnell Tower, 
Chathill, Northumberland. Donor of the 'Allhusen Cup' to 
the College Boat Club; the 'Allhusen Science Prize' was 
founded in his memory by his wife. Died Oct. 17, 1904, 
aged 34, in Jamaica. (Charterhouse Sch. Reg.; Chanticlere; 
The Times, Oct. 21, 1904.) 

ALLHUSEN, WILLIAM HUTT. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, 
Sept. 30, 1865. 4th s. of Christian [Augustus Henry], Esq., of 
Klswick Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne. B. there Sept. 16, 1845. 
School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1865. Migrated 
to Magdalene, Mar. 23, 1866. Merchant. A keen sportsman. 
Of Lemoenfontein, Beaufort West, Cape Colony, and of 
15, Kensington Palace Gardens, London, W. Died Aug. 25, 
1923, at 15, Kensington Palace Gardens. (Cheltenham Coll. 
Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLI, JANI. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1873. Adm. at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1874. B. at Hyderabad, India. B.A. 1877; 
M.A. 1883. A Mahommedan, but converted to Christianity. 
Ord. deacon (London) 1877; priest (Bombay) 1878. In the 
service of the C.M.S., 1877-94. Opened and carried on a 
hostel for Christian boys and youths attending colleges in 
Bombay, 1877-81. Organised a Mohammedan Mission at 
Calcutta, 1882-92. Died there Oct. 15, 1894. (Boase, iv. 
Suppl.) 

ALLIN, JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1874. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Oct. 9, 1876. S. of John. B. Jan. 2, 1844, at 
Tottington, Lanes. B.A. 1878; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon 
(York) 1877; priest, 1880. C. of Nether Hoyland, Yorks., 
1877-81. C. of Llandinam, Montgom,, i88i-2. C. of Sarn, 
1882-3. C. of West Kirby, Cheshire, 1883-5. C. of St 
Andrew's, Derby, 1885-90. R. of Oniburv, Salop, 1890- 
1910. Brother of William (1882). (Peile, 11. 651.) 

ALLIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, July 2, 1757. 
S. of Ashurst [afterwards Bart.], R. of Blundeston, Suffolk. 
B. there. Schools, Scarning (Mr Brett) and Norwich (Mr 
Welton). Scholar, 1757-62; matric. Easter, 1759. Suc- 
ceeded his father as Bart., 1770. Became a lunatic. Died 
Apr. 30, 1794. Buried at Somerleyton, Suffolk. (Venn, 11. 
74.) 

ALLIN, THOMAS MAY. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 11, 1832. 
Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1836. Ord. deacon 
(Rochester for Exeter) 1839; priest (Exeter) 1846; C. of 
Hatherleigh, Devon, 1839-42. Held other curacies, 1842-81; 
retired. Afterwards of East Brendon, Holsworthy, Devon. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1893. 

ALLIN, WILLIAM. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1882. S. of John. 
B. at Tottington, Lanes. Adm. at Sx Catharine's, Oct. 12, 
1883; B..^. 1884; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon; priest (Worcester) 
1885; C. of St Martin's, Worcester, 1885-91. C. of the 
Lickey, Worcs., 1891-3. R. of Romsley, with Hunnington, 
1893-1916. Died May 31, 1917, aged 63, at Old Colwyn. 
Brother of John (1874). (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ALLIN, WILLIAM HAROLD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Michs. 1886. S. of William Henry. B. Dec. 7, 1867, at 
Stonehoiise, Devon. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M..^. 
1896. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (Exeter) 1892; C. of Har- 
berton, Devon, 1890-3. Held other curacies, 1893-1902. V. 
of Charlestown, 1902-10. R. of St John's, Annan, Scotland, 
1910-32. V. of Elsham, Lines., 1932-9-. (Crockford, 1939.) 

ALLIN, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 1, 
1873- S. of John, gent, [and Jane Henrietta]. B. at East 
Hendred, Berks. [Bapt. there Apr. 17, 1854.] School, 
Winchester College. Matric. Michs. 1873. Died Aug. 7, 
1923, aged 69, at Knaresborough, Yorks. (Winchester Coll. 
Reg.; R. F. Scott; The Times, Aug. 17, 1923.) 

ALLINGHAM, HERBERT JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil. Oct. 1883; 
B.A. 1888. One, Herbert John Allingham, died Jan. 10, 
1936, at Colchester. (The Times, Jan. 11, 1936.) 

ALLIOTT, ALEXANDER JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Sept. 22, 1866. S. of WiUiam, clerk, of Bedford. 
B. there. Matric. Michs. 1866; Scholar; B.A. 1870; M.B. 
1874; M.D. 1880. Studied medicine at St Thomas's Hospital, 
London, and at Manchester. M.R.C.S. (England) 1872. 



Allison, Robert Andrew 

Sometime surgeon of the Children's Hospital and at the 
Cottage Hospital, Sevenoaks. Assistant Medical Officer for 
the Three Counties Lunatic Asylum, Bedfordshire. Resident 
Clinical Assistant of the Bethlem Royal Hospital. Died 
Sept. 2, 1910, aged 62, at Femdale, Sevenoaks. Perhaps 
brother of the next. (Scott, MSS.) 

ALLIOTT, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, July 3, 
1856. S. of William, of St Peter's Green, Bedford. B. there. 
School, Bedford. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860; M.A. 1878. 
Head Master of the Nonconformist Grammar School, 
Bishop's Stortford, Herts. Died Oct. 28, 1899, aged 60, at 
Bishop's Stortford. Perhaps brother of the above. (R. F. 
Scott; The Times, Oct. 30, 1899.) 

ALLIS-SMITH, WILLOUGHBY. Adm. at Clare, June 17, 1886. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 
1891; priest (Lichfield) 1893; C. of Heath Town, Staffs., 
1891-3. Held other curacies, 1893-1906. P.C. of Chaddes- 
den, 1906-10. V. of Bradbourne with Ballidon, Derbs., 
1918-32. Of King's Farm, Denne Park, Horsham, Sussex. 
(Crockford, 1938; Univ. Pari. Reg.) 

ALLISON, CHARLES, see ALISON. 

ALLISON, FRANCIS BENJAMIN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Apr. 18, 1859. 4th s. of William Benjamin, surgeon, of 
London. B. Oct. 24, 1839, at Ilford. School, Kensington 
(Mr Brown). Matric. Michs. 1S59; B.A. (27th Wrangler; 
Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st Class) 1863; M.A. 1867. Fellow. Ord. 
deacon, 1865; priest (Worcester) 1866; C. of Stemfield, 
Suffolk, 1865-8. Assistant Master at Derby School, 1868-78. 
Head Master of Chesterfield Grammar School, 1878-83. 
Principal of Glendale School, Eastbourne, Sussex, 1883-94. 
V. of Peasmarsh, Sussex, 1896-1919. Died Dec. 8, 1919, 
aged 80. (Derby Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 

ALLISON, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 19, 1851. [2nd 
s. of William Grant, of Louth, Lines. B. Oct. 14, 1832.] 
Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855. C. of Nafferton, Yorks. 
Died Mar. i8, 1858, aged 25, at Rye, Sussex. (Lines. Pedi- 
grees; G. Mag., 1858, I. 563.) 

ALLISON, HENRY FALKNER. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 25, 1878. 
[S. of Thomas Falkner, of Louth, Lines. B. Sept. 9, 1859.] 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) 1883; priest (Nottingham) 1884; C. of Beckingham, 
Lines., 1883-91. C. of Foston, 1891-6. R. of Sudbrooke, 
1896-1919. V. of Scothome, 1904-19. R. of Spridlington 
(with Saxby and Firsby, 1926-), 1919-37-. Rural Dean of 
Aslackhoe, 1930-2. Brother of John S. (1894) and WiUiam S. 
(1881). (Lines. Pedigrees; Crockford, 1938.) 

ALLISON, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1894. 
S. of [Sir] Robert Andrew (1856), of Scaleby Hall, Carlisle, 
Cumberland. B. Nov. 27, 1875, at Carlisle. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Sarum) 1899; 
priest, 1900; C. of St Peter's, Marlborough, 1899-1901. C. of 
Whittingham, 1901-2; retired. Lie. pr., Caldbeck, 1924-8; 
at Crosthwaite, dio. Carlisle, 1928-34. Of Rosehaugh, 
Keswick. Died Feb. 10, 1934, aged 58. (Crockford, 1934.) 

ALLISON, HORTON CLARIDGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Nov. 24, 1874. S. of Charles Edwin Frederick, teacher of 
languages. B. July 25, 1846, at St Marylebone. Mus.B. 1897; 
Mus.D. (Dublin) 1877. Studied at the Royal Academy of 
Music, London, and at Leipsig Conservatorium. Composer, 
organist and pianist. Gave concerts in London. Fellow of 
the Royal Academy of Music. Examiner in music for the 
Intermediate Education Board of Ireland, 1884. Composer, 
Cantatas; Songs; Symphony for Orchestra, etc. Died Oct. 17, 
1926, at Park Range, Victoria Park, Manchester. (British 
Musical Biographies; The Times, Oct. 21, 1926.) 

ALLISON, JAMES. Adm. sizar (age 24) at St John's, May 8, 
1787. Of Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1791; B.A. 1792. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Mar. 20, 1791; (?) priest (Salisbury) 
Oct. 23, 1814, as 'M.A. of St John's College, Cambridge.' 
C. of Snettisham, Norfolk, 1791. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

ALLISON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 9, 1846. S. of 
John, of Ramsden Street, Huddersfield, Yorks. Matric. Lent, 
1847. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. i, 1843, as s. of 
John, advocate, of Huddersfield. 

ALLISON, JOHN SIDNEY. Adm. at Clare, June 16, 1894. [S. of 
Thomas Falkner, of Louth, Lines. B. Oct. 3, 1875.] School, 
Louth. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. Of 59, Westgate, 
Louth, Lines., in 1938. Brother of Henry F. (1878), etc. 
(Univ. Pari. Reg., 1938.) 

ALLISON, ROBERT ANDREW. .•\dm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 17, 
1856. S. and h. of Joseph, of Eden Morent, Carlisle. B. 
there Mar. 5, 1838. Schools, Carlisle Grammar and Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1857. Of Scaleby Hall, Carlisle. J. P. D.L. 
High Sheriff, 1908. M.P. for North Cumberland, 1885-1900. 
Knighted, 19 10. Twice married. Author, Essays and 
Addresses; Belgium in History; also Translations, mainly 
from the Greek Anthology. Died Jan. 15, 1926, at Scaleby 
Hall. Father of Herbert (1894). (Carlisle Or. Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G.) 



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ALLISON, WILLIAM SHERARD. Adin. pens, at Clare, Oct. 7, 
1881. [S. of Thomas Falkner, of Louth, Lines.]. Matric. 
Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Can- 
terbury) 1888. C. of Milton, Kent, 1886-8. Held other 
curacies, 1888-1905. V. of St Thomas's, Stafiord, 1905-27. 
R. of Mavesyn Ridware, Staffs., 1927-31. Died Nov. 27, 
1931, aged 68. Brother of John S. (1894), etc. (Lines. 
Pedigrees; Crockford.) 

ALLIX, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, Apr. 19, 
1800. S. and h. of Charles Wager (1767), clerk, deceased, 
late of Willoughby Hall, Lines. B. Jan. 20, 1783, at Mere, 
Wilts. School, Harrow. Of Willoughby Hall, Esq. J. P. and 
D.L. for Lines. Married Mary Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Hammond, of St Alban's Court, Kent, June 3, 1808. 'An 
agriculturist of high eminence, a real and practical fanner, 
and one who owned that he farmed with success.' Died Jan. 
22, 1866, aged 83. Buried at Ancaster. Brother of Richard 
W. (1807). (Peile, II. 348; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1866, i. 
447.) 

ALLIX, CHARLES ISRAEL LORAINE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 15, 1891. S. and h. of Charles Peter (next), of Swaffham 
Prior House, Cambs. B. there Dec. i, 1872. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Of Swaffham 
Prior House. J. P. D.L. Served in the Great War, 1914-19 
(Lieut., Coldstream Guards.) Married and had issue. 
Residence, Compton Lodge, Eastbourne, 1938. (Vts. of 
England and Wales, viii; Burke, L.G., 1937; Univ. War List.) 

ALLIX, CHARLES PETER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 4, 
i860. S. of Charles [Col., Grenadier Guards]. B. Feb. 21, 
1842, at Swaffham, Cambs. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1873. Of Swaffham Prior, Cambs. 
J. P. D.L. Vice-Chairman of the Cambs. Quarter Sessions. 
Representative of the Diocese of Ely in the Canterbury 
House of Laymen, 1889-96. Chairman of the Swaffham and 
Bottisham Fen Drainage Commissioners. Chairman of the 
Ely and Bury St Edmunds Light Railway Company; pro- 
moted the construction of the Cambridge to Mildenhall line. 
Contributed papers to the Cambridge .Archaeological Society. 
Died June 10, 1921, aged 79, at Swaffham Prior. Father of 
Charles I. L. (above). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; The Times, 
June 13, 1921.) 

ALLIX, CHARLES WAGER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, 
May 23, 1767. S. of Charles (1733), of Swaffham, Cambs. 
B. June 18, 1748, in London. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1767; Scholar, 1767; B.A. 1774; M.A. 1777. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Mar. 12; priest (Ely) Sept. 29, 1775; V. of 
Mere, Wilts., 1775-95. Member of the S.P.C.K., 1786. Lived 
at Willoughby Hall, Lines. Married (1) Anne Johnson; 
(2) Catherine, dau. of Col. Richard Townley, of Belfield Hall, 
Lanes. Died Nov. 30, 1795, at Mere. Will (P.C.C.) May 13, 
1796. Father of Charles (1800), and Richard W. (1807). 
(Peile, II. 284; F. A. Crisp, Notes, viii.) 

ALLIX, JOHN PETER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 29, 
1804. Of Cambs. [S. and h. of John Peter, Esq., of Swaffham 
Prior House, Cambs. B. Dec. 2, 1785. School, Bury St 
Edmunds.] Scholar, 1804; matric. Michs. 1804; B.A. 1808; 
M.A. 181 1. M.P. for Cambs., 1841-7. Of Swaffham Prior 
House, Cambs. J. P. D.L. High Sheriff for Cambs., 1828. 
Married Maria, dau. of John Pardoe, Esq., of Leyton, Essex, 
Mar. 7, 1816. Died s.p. Feb. 19, 1848. Buried at Swaffham 
Prior. M.I. at St Cyriac's. Will (P.C.C.) 1848. Brother of 
Thomas (1808). (Burke, L.G.; Bury Sch. Reg.) 

ALLIX, RICHARD WAGER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 11, 
1807. Of Wilts. [S. of Charies Wager (1767), clerk.] Matric. 
Michs. 1807; Scholar, 1807; B.A. {12th Wrangler) 1811; M.A. 
1814; B.D. 1821. Fellow. R. of Gt Warley, Essex, 1826-7. 
Married Jane, widow of the Rev. George White, LL.B., 
Feb. 15, 1827, at All Saints', Hertford. (Jane afterwards 
became the third wife of Henry Budd, R. of White Roothing, 
whom she married at Clapham, Oct. 20, 1829.) Died s.p. 
May 31, 1827, aged 37. Buried at Gt Warley. M.I. Brother 
of Charles (1800). (G. Mag.; I'is. of England and Wales, xvi; 
St John's Coll. Adm., iv. 162.) 

ALLIX, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 5, 1808. 
4th s. of the late John [Peter], Esq., of Swaffham Prior, near 
Newmarket. Matric. Michs. 1808; Scholar. Died Sept. 29, 
1809, aged 18, at Bristol. Buried at St Augustine's, Bristol. 
M.I. at St Mary's, Swaffham Prior. Brother of John P. (1804). 
(Vis. of England and Wales, xvi, additions and corrections.) 

ALLMAN, GEORGE JAMES. M.D. 1863, incorp. from Dublin. 
S. of James, of Bandon, Co. Cork. B. 1812. B.A. (Trinity 
College, Dublin) 1839; M.B. 1843; M.D. 1847. M.R.C.S. 
(Ireland) 1842. F.R.C.S. (Ireland) 1844. M.D.; incorp. at 
Oxford, 1847. Regius Professor of Botany at Dublin 
University, 1844-55 ; of Natural History at Edinburgh 
University, 1855-70. President of the Linnean Society, 
1874-83. Gold medallist, 1896. F.R.S., 1854. F.R.S. 
Edinb.) 1856. LL.D. (Edinb.) 1873. Botanist and zoologist. 



Allnutt, Walter 

whose most important work was investigation into the 
classification and morphology of the coelenterata and polyzoa. 
Died s.p. Nov. 24, 1898. Buried at Poole, Dorset. (Al. 
Dubl.; Boose, iv. SuppL; D.N.B.) 

ALLNUTT, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 15, 1879. 
Of Suffolk. S. of Thomas (1846), clerk. B. at Bucklesham. 
Bapt. Dec. 26, 1859. Matric. Michs. 1879. 

ALLNUTT, JOHN WHITEHOUSE FREDERICK. Matric. Non- ^ 
CoU. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. 

ALLNUTT, PERCY RIDDELL. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 1, 1878. S. of Alfred, Esq., of Holbrook, near 
Hawkhurst, Sussex. B. at Loose, Kent. Matric. Michs. 
1878; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 1885; priest / 
(Ely) 1886; C. of Chesterton, Cambs., 1885-8. C. of Com- 
berton, 188S-90. C. of St Barnabas, Cambridge, 1891-2. 
Chaplain at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, 1894. V. of 
Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge, 1894-igoo. V. of Thundridge, 
Herts., 1905-8. R. of Kencot, Oxon., 1909-12. Latterly 
became very eccentric, living at the 'University Arms' and 
other hotels in Cambridge and elsewhere. Bought two 
houses in Brooklonds Avenue, Cambridge, with the intention 
of fitting them up as a hotel, but he quarrelled with the 
workmen — not with the contractor — threw up the whole 
scheme and paid damages for breach of contract. Stored 
furniture and other valuables in these houses, upon which he 
refused to pay rates; tramps broke in and although they 
were arrested by the police, he refused to prosecute. Died 
May 21, 1930, aged 72, in a London nursing home. (Scott, 
MSS.) 

ALLNUTT, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, June 14, ,/ 
1790. S. of Thomas. B. in London. School, Sevenoaks 
(Gervase Whitehead). Brother of Thomas (1796). 

ALLNUTT, RICHARD LEA. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 1, 
1837. S. of Henry, Esq., of Maidstone, Kent. Migrated to 
Peterhouse, July 10, 1837. Matric. Michs. 1837; B..^. 1841; 
M..\. 1845. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1841; priest (Chichester) 
1842; C. of Hartfield, Sussex, 1841-3. V. of Wicken, Cambs., 
1843-6. Missionary in "Tinnevelly, 1846-7. C. of St Mary's, 
Brighton, Sussex, 1848-50. V. of South Damerham, Wilts., 
1850-62. V. of St Stephen's, Tonbridge, Kent, 1867-84. V. 
of Monkton, 1884-94. V. of Under-River, 1894-1900. Died 
Mar. 23, 1910, aged 92, at Leaholme, Guildford. Brother of 
Thomas (1846) and father of Samuel S. (1869). (T. A . Walker, 
458.) 

ALLNUTT, SAMUEL GEORGE JOSEPH. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Oct. 21, 1889. Adm. at Emmanuel, Oct. i, 1890. Of 
Chichester Road, Portsmouth. B.A. 1892; M.A. 1897. Ord. 
deacon, 1892; priest (St Al'oans) 1893. C. of the Ascension, 
Balham, 1894-1900. V. of St Paul's, Clapham, London, 
1900-31. Living at Bexhill, Kent, in 1934. Died Mar. 15, 
1937- (Crockford, 1934; The Times, Mar. 16, 1937.) 

ALLNUTT, SAMUEL SCOTT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 27, 
1869. S. of Richard Lea (1837), clerk. B. at Brighton. 
Bapt. Jan. 8, 185 1. [School, Tonbridge.] Matric. Michs. 
1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon, 1875; priest (Ely) 
1877; C. of St Andrew-the-Less, Cambridge, 1875-8. C. of 
St Michael's, 1878-9. A member of the Cambridge Mission 
at Delhi, India, 1879; Head of the Mission, 1899. Principal 
of St Stephen's College, Delhi, 1898-9. Examining Chaplain 
to the Bishop of Lahore, 1895. Canon of Lahore Cathedral, 
1910. Fellow of the Punjab University, 1895. Awarded the 
Kaisar-i-Hind medal (ist Class) for public services in India, 
1903. Died Dec. 7, 1917, at Delhi. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford.) 

ALLNUTT, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, May 24, 
1796. Matric. Easter, 1800; B.A. 1801; M.A. 1812. One of 
these names, of Alconbury, Hunts., Esq., died June 22, 1834, 
aged 56, at Tunbridge Wells. Brother of Richard (1790). 
(G. Mag.) 

ALLNUTT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 4, 
1846, clerk. S. of Henry. B. at Woodlawn Loose, near 
Maidstone, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1854; B.D. (Stat. Eliz.) 
1856. Ord. deacon, 1844; priest (Peterb.) 1845; C. of Burton 
Latimer, 1844-6. C. of Tankersley, Yorks., 1846-8. C. of 
Malton, 1848-50. C. of Eyam, Derbs., 1850-5. C. of Thrip- 
low, Cambs., 1855-6. C. of Bucklesham, Suffolk, 1856-65. 
C. of Gorleston, Norfolk, 1865-75. R. of Stebbard, 1875- 
1903. Died May 27, 1903, aged 83. Brother of Richard L. 
(1837) and father of Henry (1879). (R. F. Scott; Crockford, 
1903; Cambridge Chronicle, June 5, 1903.) 

ALLNUTT, WALTER. .\dm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 24, 
1835. S. of John. B. at Chesham, Bucks. Matric. Michs. 
1835. B.A. 1840; M.A. 1844. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) ; 
priest, 1841. C. of Habergham, Lanes., 1844. P.C. of St 
Benedict's, Glastonburv, Somerset, 1845-79. Not in Crock- 
ford, 1880. 



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ALLON, HENRY ERSKINE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 6, 
1882. S. of Henry [congregational divine, for whom see 
D.N.B.], of 10, St Mar>''s Road, Canonbury, Middlesex. 
B. Oct. 16, 1864, in London. School, Amersham Hall (Mr 
West), near Caversham, Oxon.; also at University College, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1S85. Musical composer. 
Studied music under William Henry Birch and Frederic 
Conder. Assisted in founding the New Musical Quarterly 
Revieic. A musician of great promise. Produced chamber 
music, pianoforte solos, etc. Chief work A nnie of Lochroyan ; 
The Childe of Elle, etc. Bequeathed his library of musical 
works to the Cambridge Union Society. Died .-Xpr. 3, 1897, 
in London. (D.N.B.; Grove, Dictionary of Music; The Times, 
Apr. 6 and 8, 1897.) 

ALLONBY, JOHN, see ALLANBY, WILLIAM. 

ALLOT or ALLOTT, BRYAN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Mar. 31, 1756. S. of Brian, clerk, of [Bilham Grange] Yorks. 
Bapt. Feb. 6, 1738, at York Minster. School, Wakefield 
(Mr Clarke). Matric. Michs. 1756; Scholar; LL.B. 1770. 
Served in the Army. Of Bilham Grange, Yorks. Ord. priest 
(Norwich, Litt. dim. from Peterb.) Dec. 22, 1765. R. of 
Bumham-Westgate, Norfolk, 1766-79; sequestered; im- 
prisoned and his estate sold. Married Mary, dau. of Hugh 
Kennedy, of Kirk Michael, Ayrshire, Sept. 5, 1761. Died 
Sept. 1803, at Whitehaven. Brother of Richard (1762). 
(Scott-Mayor, in. 644.) 

ALLOTT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Mar. 6, 
1795. [and s. of John (1754), V. of South Kirkby, Yorks. 
B. Oct. 8, 1776. School, Louth.] Matric. Michs. i795; B.A. 
1799; M.A. 1814. Ord. deacon (York) July 21, 1799; priest, 
Oct. rg, 1800. P.C. of Bolton-on-Deame, 1800-48. Suc- 
ceeded his father as V. of South Kirkby, 1813-48. Of Hague 
Hall, Yorks. Married Mary, dau. of James Emmerson, Esq., 
Oct. 10, 1805. Died June 13, 1848, aged 71. Brother of 
James (1798); father of John (1831), George (next) and 
James (1S28). (Burke, L.G.; Louth Gr. Sch. Reg.) 

ALLOTT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Feb. 6, 1837. 
S. of George (above), V. of S. Kirkby, Yorks. B. there June 7, 
1818. Schools, Louth (Mr Dale) and Doncaster. Matric. 
Michs. 1837. Migrated to Jesus, Feb. 19, 1838; B.A. 1841. 
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 1842; priest, 1843. V. of South Kirkby, 
1848-70. Died Apr. 23, 1870. Brother of John (1831) and 
James (1828). {Venn, n. 239.) 

ALLOTT, HENRY HEPWORTH. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Mar. I, 1861. S. of John (1831), clerk. B. July 25, 1842, at 
Maltby-in-the-Marsh, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 
1867; M.A. 1870. Ord. deacon, 1870; priest (Worcester) 
1871; C. of Polesworth, Wanvs., 1870-9. V. of Warton, 
1879-83. R. of Stifford, Essex, 1883-1913. Died there 
Oct. 29, 1913, aged 71. Brother of John G. (1858) and 
father of Percy B. (1899). 

ALLOTT, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, June 22, 
1772. S. and h. of James (1741), V. of South Kirkby, Yorks. 
Bapt. Oct. 8, 1754. School, South Kirkby. Matric. Michs. 
1772; B.A. 1776; M.A. 1779. Of Hague Hall, near South 
Kirkby. Died unmarried Sept. 28, 1811, aged 56. M.L at 
South Kirkby. {F.M.G., 11. 504; Hunter, S. Yorks., 11. 450.) 

ALLOTT, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 17, 1798. 3rds. 
of John (1754), V. of South Kirkby, Yorks. B. there. School, 
Louth. Migrated to St Catharine's, Nov. 3, 1798. Matric. 
Michs. 1798; B.A. 1802; M.A. 1805. Fellow of St Catharine's, 
1803. Ord. deacon (London, Litt. dim. from York) Dec. 19, 
1802; priest, Dec. 22, 1805. Chaplain to the Forces, 18 14. 
Died unmarried in 1814, at Stevenage, Herts. Brother of 
George (i795)- {St John's Coll. Adm., iv; Burke, L.G.; 
Louth Gr. Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1814, 11. 505.) 

ALLOTT, [JAMES]. Adm. at Clare, c. June, 1828 (Christian 
name omitted in the College Reg.). [S. and h. of George 
(1795), V. of South Kirkby, Yorks. B. Sept. 29, 1810.] 
Matric. Mixrhs. 1829; B.A. 1838; M.A. 1841. Married Hannah, 
dau. of John Webster, Esq., of Springfield House, Morley, 
near Leeds, Jan. r4, 1847; then described as the Rev. James 
AUott, of Burnt Wood Lodge, and eldest son of the Rev. 
George Allott, V. of Kirkby. Died s.p. Nov. 4, 1848, aged 38, 
at Burnt Wood Lodge, South Kirldey, Suffolk. Brother of 
George (1837), etc. (Burke, L.G., 1862; G. Mag., 1847, i. 
419 and 1848, II. 663.) 

ALLOTT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 19, 
1754. 3rd s. of Robert (1702), clerk, of Yorks. B. 1734, at 
South Kirkby, Yorks. School, Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 
1754; Scholar; B.A. 1758; M.A. 1761. Ord. deacon (Coventry 
and Lichfield) Dec. 24, 1758. C. of Felkirk, 1758. V. of 
South Kirkby, Yorks., 1759-1813. [His brother James 
(1741) was V. of South Kirkby, 1747-56.] Married Ann, dau. 
of Hugh Hammersley, attorney, of Doncaster, 1768 or 1769. 
Died 1813, aged 79, at South Kirkby. Father of George 
(1795) and James (1798). (Burke, L.G., 1862; Hunter, S. 
Yorks., II. 450.) 



Allport, John 

ALLOTT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 25, 1831. S. of 
George (1795), V. of South Kirkby, Yorks. B. Mar. 21, 1812. 
School, Louth. Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835. Of Hague 
Hall, near Wakefield, Yorks. Ord. deacon, 1835; priest, 
1836; R. of Maltby-in-the-Marsh, Lines., 1836-88. Married 
Catherine, dau. of William Wilson, Esq., of Louth, Lines., 
Oct. 27, 1836. Died May 2, 1888, aged 76, at Maltby rectory. 
Brother of George (1837); father of John G. (next) and Henry 
H. (1861). (Burke, L.G., 1862; Crockford; R. F. Scott.) 

ALLOTT, JOHN GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 5, 
1858. S. and h. of John (above), clerk [of Hague Hall, 
Yorks.]. B. July 15, 1839, at Maltby-le-Marsh. Matric. 
Michs. 1858. Succeeded to the family estates on the death of 
his father, May 2, 1888. Died Jan. 22, 1918. Brother of 
Henry H. (1861). (Burke, L.G.; R. F. Scott.) 

ALLOTT, PERCY BRIAN. Adin. pens, at St John's, Oct. 5, 
1899. S. of Henry Hepworth (1861), R. of Stifford, Grays, 
Essex. B. Apr. 24, 1880, at Warton, Polesworth, Warws. 
School, Walthamstow (Rev. R. C. Guy). Matric. Michs. 1899; 
Scholar. Served in the Great War (Capt., Northamptonshire 
Regt.). Married and had issue. (Univ. War List; Fox- 
Da vies.) 

ALLOTT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Apr. 2, 
1762. 3rd s. of Bryan, R. of Kirkheaton, Yorks. School, 
Beverley, Yorks. (Mr Ward). Matric. Easter, 1762; Scholar, 
1763; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1769. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 15, 
1767. B.D. (DubUn) 1776; D.D. (Dublin) 1783. R. of 
Annadufi. Preb. of Tuam, 1 771-4. Precentor of Armagh 
Cathedral. P*reb. of Armagh, 1774. Dean of Raphoe, 1795- 

1832. Married Anna Maria, dau. of Weller, Esq., of 

Ireland. Author, Sermons. Died 1832, aged 87, at Beaurivage, 
near Lausanne. Brother of Bryan (1756) and father of 
Richard (next). {F.M.G., 11. 500; G. Mag.; Fasti Eccles. Hib., 

III. 62 and IV. 40.) 

ALLOTT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 25, 
1801. S. of Richard (above), clerk, of Co. Armagh, Ireland. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1801; Scholar, 1S02; B.A. 
(i3(/j Wrangler) 1805; M.A. 1808. Fellow, 1807. R. of 
KUJevy (dio. Armagh) till 1858. Precentor of Armagh 
Cathedral, 1834-58. Died Apr. 19, 1858, at Armagh. Buried 
in the crypt of the Cathedral. (G. Mag., 1858, i. 681; Boase, 

IV. Suppl.) 

ALLOWAY, JOSIAH WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 3, 1854. S. of John, schoolmaster. B. at Manningtree, 
Essex. [Bapt. July 6, 1834.] Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858. 
Ord. deacon, 1858; priest (Winchester) 1859; C. of St 
Thomas's, Lambeth, 1859. Second Master of Newport 
Grammar School, Salop, and C. of Woodcote in 1866. 
Head Master of Hampton Lucy Grammar School, 1874-5. 
Went to New Zealand. Assistant Master at Auckland College, 
1882-6. Living at .-Auckland in 1898. {Clergy Lists; Crock- 
ford.) 

ALLPORT, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 24, 
1866. S. of James Joseph [railway manager, for whom see 
D.N.B.]. B. May 3, 1849, at Gateshead, Durham. School, 
Amersham Hall, near Caversham, Oxon. (Mr West). Matric. 
Michs. 1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1877. Died Feb. 6, 1897, at 
12, Tavistock Square, London. Buried at Belper, Derbs. 
(R. F. Scott.) 

ALLPORT, EDWARD ASTON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Aug. 8, 

1892. S. of Howard Aston. B. Jan. 2, 1874, at Nottingham. 
School, Cheltenham College; also studied in Germany. 
Matric. Michs. 1892. Mining engineer in Sydney, Australia. 

ALLPORT, EVETT GORDON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 29, 
1884. S. of Morton. B. Nov. 27, 1863, at Hobart Town, 
Tasmania. School, Horton College, Ross, Tasmania. Matric. 
Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887. Tasmanian Government Scholar. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 4, 1887. Called to the Bar, 

1893. Studied at Melbourne University, AustraUa. Returned 
to England and entered Guy's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1902. D.P.H. (Cantab.) 1904. Port Health 
Officer at Dover, Southport and Recherche, Tasmania. Of 
Whitemark, Flinders Island, Tasmania, 1937. {Peile, 11. 
708; Medical Directory, 1937; Law List, 1937.) 

ALLPORT, HERBERT JAMES. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1895. S. of James. B. Feb. 12, 1876, at Borrowash, near 
Derby. School, Derby (Mr J. R. Stemdale Bemiett). Matric. 
Michs. 1895; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1904. Assistant 
Master at Dunstable Grammar School in 1902. {Derby Sch. 
Reg.) 

ALLPORT, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 11, 1875. 
S. of John, schoolmaster [of Smalley, Derbs.]. B. at Lincoln. 
Bapt. Sept. 7, 1856. [School, Derby.] Matric. Michs. 1875; 
B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882. Master at Pembroke House School, 
Lytham, for 4 years; at Craufurd College, Maidenhead, 
4 years; at the Royal College, Colombo, Ceylon, for 7i years; 
at Festiniog County School, 3 years; at St Olave's Grammar 
School, London, S.E. .'\ssistant Master at the Central 
Foundation School, Cowper Street, E.C., 1903-22-. (Derby 
Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1922.) 



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ALLPRESS, ROBERT HARRY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Sept. 3, 
1874. S. of Robert, of Pulross Road, Stockwell, London. B. 
Jan. 7, 1855, in London. School, City of London (Mr Abbott). 
Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 187S; M.A. i88i. Master at 
Drogheda School, i year; at Ipswich School for 2 years. 
Second Master of Neuenheim College, Heidelberg, Germany, 
1883-5. Army tutor, Coblenz and Bonn, 1885-8. Returned 
to England. Assistant Master at St Dunstan's College, 
Catford, 1888; at the City of London School, 1891-1920. 
President of the Old Citizen's Athletic Union, 1921; an 
almoner of the John Carpenter Club. Edited German story 
books. Died May 20, 1934, aged 79. (The Schoolmasters' 
Directory; The Times, May 24, 1934.) 

ALLSOPP, ALFRED PERCY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 
1880. 7th s. of Sir Henry, Bart, [later Baron Hindlip], of 
Hindlip Hall, Worcs. B. there Aug. 26, 1861. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1880. M.P. for Taunton, 1887-95. J. P. for 
Worcestershire. Mayor of Worcester, 1892, 1894 and 1909. 
Chairman of Samuel AUsopp and Sons, brewers. D.L. of 
Staffordshire. Temp. Captain and G.S.O. (3rd grade) 1915. 
Married and had issue. Died Feb. 22, 1929. Brother of 
Herbert T. (1875), George H. (1863) and Samuel C. (i860). 
(Burke, P. and B., sub Hindlip.) 

ALLSOPP, The Hon. CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 29, 1895. 2nd s. of Samuel Charles (i86o), Baron 
Hindlip, of Hindlip Hall, near Worcester. B. Sept. 22, 1877, 
in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. 
Succeeded his father as 3rd Baron Hindlip, July 12, 1897. 
Junior Unionist Whip in the House of Lords, 1907-14. Of 
Hindlip Hall, Worcs., and Alsop-en-le-dale, Derbs. Served 
in the South African War and in the Great War (Lieut., 
8th Hussars and G.S.O., 1914-19; mentioned twice in 
despatches). O.B.E., 1919. Legion of Honour. Sometime 
A.D.C. to the Governor of Victoria. J. P. and D.L. for 
Worcs. J. P. for Derbs. F.R.G.S. F.Z.S. Married and had 
issue. Died Dec. 2, 1931, at 33, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, 
London. (Burke, P. and B.\ The Times, Dec. 3, 1931.) 

ALLSOPP, FREDERICK GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 15, 1895. S. of Richard Winstanley (1851), clerk, of 
West Lavington vicarage, Wilts. [B. June 10, 1874. School, 
Haileybury.] Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1919. 
With the Imperial Yeomanry in South Africa, 1900. In 
British Columbia, 1909. Ord. deacon, 1911; priest (Win- 
chester) 1912; C. of Elson, Hants., 1911-13. C. of Bradford- 
on-Avon, Wilts., 1914-18. Chaplain to the Forces, 1918-19. 
C. of Longbridge Deverill, Wilts., 1919-23. R. of Corsley, 
1924-36. R. of Hope Mansel, Heref., 1936-. Brother of 
Richard (1894). (Crockford, 1938.) 

ALLSOPP, GEORGE HIGGINSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 7, 1863. 3rd s. of Henry [afterwards Baron Hindlip]. 
B. Mar. 28, 1846, at Burton-on-Trent. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1871. In the brewery business 
at Burton; subsequently Director of Samuel AUsopp and 
Sons, Ltd. M.P. for Worcester, 1885-1906. J.P. and D.L. 
for Staffs, and Derbs. Of Foston Hall, Derby. Sometime 
Chairman of the Burton-on-Trent School Board. Married 
and had issue. Died Sept. 9, 1907, at St Giles' House, 
Salisbury. Brother of Alfred P. (1880), etc. (Burke, P. 
and B.) 

ALLSOPP, GEORGE LEWIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 
30, 1837. [S. of Thomas {1787). V. of Fressingfield, Suffolk.] 
Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Aug. 13, 1843; priest, Aug. 25, 1844; C. (to his 
father) at Fressingfield. C. of St Michael's, South Elmham, 
1847. V. of Ilketshale St Margaret, 1847-89. Died Feb. 7, 
1889, aged 67. Perhaps brother of Richard W. (1851). 
(Emmanuel Coll. Mag., i.) 

ALLSOPP, HERBERT TONGUE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, July 2, 1875. 5th s. of Henry, Esq., M.P. 
[afterwards Baron Hindlip], of Hindlip Hall, Worcester. 
B. Dec. 5, 1855. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 
1875. Cricket 'blue,' 1876. 2nd Lieut., loth Hussars, 1877; 
Lieut., 1881; Capt., 1887; retired, 1S90. Served with the 
loth Hussars in the Afghan War, 1878-80; present at the 
attack and capture of Ali Musjed and in the engagement at 
Futtehabad. Served in the Soudan Expedition, 1884; present 
at the engagements at El Teb and Temai. Of Hindlip Hall, 
Worcester, and of Walton Bury, Staffs. J.P. Married and had 
issue. Died Jan. 31, 1920, at Walton Bury. Brother of 
Alfred P. (1880), etc. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; Burke, P. 
and B.) 

ALLSOPP, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
July 21, 1894. S. of Richard Winstanley (1851), clerk, of 
West Lavington vicarage, Wilts. B. Aug. 20, 1875. School, 
Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1894. A mining engineer. 
Joined the Imperial Yeomanry and served in South Africa, 
1900 (Capt.,'^East African Mounted Rifles). Served in the 



Allwork, Robert Long 

Great War (Capt., East African Mounted Infantry). Brother 
of Frederick G. (1895). (Haileybury Sch. Reg.; Univ. War 
List.) 

ALLSOPP, RICHARD WINSTANLEY. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Mar. I, 1851. Of Suffolk. [Perhaps s. of Thomas 
(1787), clerk, deceased.] Matric. Michs. 1851; LL.B. 1865. 
Ord. deacon, 1856; priest (Oxford) 1857; C. of Shrivenham, 
Berks., 1856-7. C. of Coleshill, 1857-75. V. of Easterton, 
Wilts., 1875-92. V. of Bishop's Lavington, 1892-1906. Died 
Sept. 14, 1907, aged 75. Perhaps brother of George L. 
(1837); father of Richard (1894) and Frederick G. (1895). 
(Crockford; Emmanuel Coll. Mag.) 

ALLSOPP, SAMUEL CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 20, i860. S. and h. of Henry [afterwards Baron 
Hindlip], of Hancourt, Upton-on-Sevem, Worcs. B. Mar. 24, 
1842, at Burton-on-Trent, Staffs. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. i86i; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1870. M.P. for East Staffs., 
1873-80; for Taunton, 1882-7. Succeeded his father as 2nd 
Baron Hindlip, of Hindlip Hall, Worcs., Apr. 3, 1887. J.P. 
and D.L. for Staffs. J.P. for Derbs. and Worcs. Chairman 
of AUsopp and Sons, Ltd., brewers. Died July 12, 1897. 
Brother of George H. (1863), etc., and father of Charles 
(1895). (Burke, P. and B.) 

ALLSOPP, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 25, 1787. 
Of Leics. S. of Thomas, attorney-at-law, of Loughborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar; B.A. (11th Wrangler) 1792; 
M.A. 1795; B.D. 1802. Fellow, 1794. Ord. priest (Norwich) 
Dec. 21, 1794. V. of Fressingfield with Withersdale, Suffolk, 
1809-45. Gave £25 towards rebuUdiug the College after a 
fire in 181 1. Died Oct. 31, 1845, aged 75. Father of George L. 
(1837) and perhaps of Richard W. (1851). (J. B. Peace; G. 
Mag., 1846, I. 214.) 

ALLUM, CHARLES GILBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity 
Hall, Sept. 15, 1868. School, Kensington. Matric. Michs. 
1868; Scholar; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1882. 

ALLWOOD, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, July 2, 1834. 
Of Middlesex. School, (?) Eton. Residence, 29, Bloomsbury 
Square. (Tutor's Book.) 

ALLWOOD, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Magdalene, 
June 6, 1787. S. of Thomas, of London. Schools, St Paul's 
and Harwich. Matric. Michs. 1787; B.A. 1791; M.A. 1794; 
B.D. 1801. Fellow. C. of Putney, Surrey, in 1815. Warburton 
Lecturer at the Chapel of Lincoln's Inn, 1815. Author, 
Literary Antiquities of Greece; Twelve Lectures on the Pro- 
phecies relating to the Christian Church. Died Mar. 14, 1838, 
aged 69, at Wandsworth, Surrey. (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; 
G. Mag., 1838, I. 664.) 

ALLWOOD, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Feb. 12, 
1821. S. of Robert [chief justice], of Jamaica. B. there 
Sept. 24, 1803. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1821; Scholar, 
182 1-8; B.A. 1825. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells) Nov. 5 
1826; priest (Bristol) Jan. 12, 1828. Minor Canon of Bristol 
1826-39. C. of Dowry Square Chapel, CUfton, 1829-39 
Chaplain to the Mayor of Bristol, 1834-5. Went to Austraha 
1839, under the S.P.G. R. of St James's, Sydney, 1840-84 
Canon of St Andrew's Cathedral, 1849-91. Chaplain to the 
Bishop of Sydney in 1850. Chancellor of the Diocese and 
Vice-ChanceUor of Sydney University, 1876-91. Married 
Anna Rebecca, dau. of Joseph Bush, of Martinique, May 12, 
1825. Author, Lectures on the Papal Claim of Jurisdiction. 
Died Oct. 27, 1891, at WooUahra, Sydney. M.I. at St 
James's, Sydney. (Venn, n. 180; C. R. Hudleston.) 

ALLWORK, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 
1874. Of Canterbury. [S. of Charles Long, physician.] B. 
Nov. 2, 1853, at Maidstone. School, King William's College, 
IsleofMan. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1881. Ord. 
deacon, 1877; priest (Chester) 1878; C. of St Silas', Liver- 
pool, 1877-8. C. of Dunstable, Beds., 1878-9. V. of Kirk- 
Christ, Rushen, Isle of Man, 1879-81. C. of St Peter's, 
Southlaorough, Kent, 1881-7. V. of Donnington, Lines., 
1887-90. V. of St Paul's, Southwark, London, 1890-6. 
R. of Whickham, Durham, 1896-1912. Died Dec. 8, 1912. 
Brother of the next. (King William's Coll. Reg.; H. M. 
Wood; Crockford.) 

ALLWORK, ROBERT LONG. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1881. Of Kent. [S. of Charles Long, M.R.C.S. B. 
1863. School, Tonbridge.] Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (London) 1887; C. of 
St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London, 1886-7. Held other 
curacies, 1887-1909. V. of St Saviour's, Walthamstow, 
Essex, 1900-6. V. of Epping, 1906-19. Surrogate for the 
Diocese of Chelmsford, 1908-19. Rural Dean of Chigwell, 
1911-19. Hon. Canon of Chelmsford, 1918-19. Married and 
had issue. Died Mar. 15, 1919, at Epping. Brother of 
Arthur (above). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Crockford.) 



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Allworthy, Edward Fitzgerald 

ALLWORTHY, EDWARD FITZGERALD. Matric. Non-CoU. 
Lent, 1895; B.A.; incorp. from Dublin, 1895; M.A. 1912. 
S. of Edward. Ord. deacon (Armagh) 1895; priest (Dublin 
for Armagh) 1904; C. of Drumcree, Armagh, 1895-8. At 
Ridley Hall, Cambridge, 1898. C. of St Silas', Liverpool, 
1900-4. C. of Dundalk, 1904-5. R. of Mnllaglass, Armagh, 
1905-14. C. of St Paul's, Norwich, 1914-15. R. of Bucken- 
ham with Hassingham, 1915-16. V. of Everton, 1916-21. 
V. of Histon, Cambs., and General Secretary of the Daily 
Prayer Union, 1921-31. V. of St Matthew's, Rugby, 1931- 
6-; Surrogate, 1931-. Married and had issue. Brother of 
Thomas B. (1896). (Crockford, 1938; Who's Who in War- 
wickshire.) 

ALLWORTHY, THOMAS BATESON. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July I, 1896. S. of Edward. B. Sept. 13, 1879, at Belfast. 
Schools, Belfast Royal Academy and Denstone College, 
Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903; B.D. 
1924. liicorp. M.A. and B.D. at Dublin, 1912. Ord. deacon, 
1902; priest (Durham) 1903; C. of St Helen's, Auckland, 
Durham, igo2-6. C. of Hurdsficld, Cheshire, 1906-7. Warden 
of St Anselm's Hostel, Manchester University, 1908-14. 
Chaplain, Secretary and Tutor of Scholae Episcopi, Man- 
chester, 190S-12. C. of St Wilfred's, Newton Heath, 1908-14. 
P.C. of St Martin-by-Timberland, Lines., 1914-16. Director 
of Religious Education for Ely Diocese, 1916-24. Chaplain 
of Girton College, Cambridge, 1917-24. R. of St Mary 
Stoke, Ips^vich, 1924-34. V. of St Andrew-the-Great, Cam- 
bridge, 1934-. Author, Women in the Apostolic Church. 
Of 1, Park Terrace, Cambridge (1938). Brother of Edward V. 
(1895). (Peile, 11. 808; Crockford, 1938; Who's Who, 1938.) 

ALMACK, ALFRED CORRIE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 12, 1866. 3rd s. of Henry (next), D.D. B. Oct. 6, 1847, 
at Fawley, Bucks. Bapt. Nov. 7, 1847. [School, Marl- 
borough.] .Migrated to Oxford; matric. (Worcester College) 
Oct. 16, 1866, age 19; B..^. (Oxford) 1870; M.A. 1873. Ord. 
deacon, 1871; priest (Winchester) 1872. C. of York Town, 
Surrey, 1871-6. Held other curacies, 1876-89. V. of St 
Michael-at-Bowes, London, 1889-1907. R. of Blandford St 
Mary, Dorset, 1907-23. Died July 6, 1930, at Bournemouth. 
Brother of Wilham (1864). (Al. Oxon.; Crockford; Marl- 
borough Coll. Reg.) 

ALMACK, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 3, 1822. 
4th s. of Henry, Esq., of Cherry Burton, near Beverley, 
Yorks. Schools, Beverley and Sedbergh. Matric. Michs. 
1824; Scholar, 1825; B.A. {2Sth Wrangler) 1828; M.A. 1831; 
B.D. 1838; D.D. 1844. Fellow. Ord. deacon (Lich&eld and 
Coventry, Litt. dim. from Ely) June 5,1830; priest (Chichester) 
June 4, 1831. R. of All Saints', Southampton, 1842-4. R. 
of Aberdaron, Bangor, 1843-84. R. of Fawley, Bucks., 
1844-84. Author, A Plea for Deacons. Died Nov. 17, 1884, 
aged 78, at Fawley. Father of Alfred C. (above) and the 
next. (Sedbergh Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 

ALMACK, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 14, 
1864. S. of Henry (above), R. of All Saints', Southampton. 
B. there Mar. 14, 1844. [School, Marlborough.] Matric. 
Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1874; priest (London) 1880. Assistant Master at Rossall 
School, 1869-70; at Bradfield College, 1871-6. Head 
Master of Bruce Castle School, Tottenham, Middlesex, 1877- 
91. Chaplain to the Drapers' Company, Elmslea Almshouses, 
Tottenham, 1880-92. V. of Ospringe, Kent, 1893-1921. 
Died there Mar. 26, 1921. Brother of Alfred C. (1866). 
(Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 

ALMOND, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 2, 1893. S. of Mrs Almond, of Thornlea House, Knowles 
Road, Mirfield. Matric. Michs. 1893. 

ALMOND, ROBERT DAGLISH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 14, 1850. Of Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1850; B.A. (s^rd 
Wrangler) 1854; M.A. 1857, as Dagleish. 

ALMOND, ROBERT JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
Apr. 20, 1831. S. of Robert White (next), R. of St Peter's, 
Nottingham. Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1836. Ord. deacon 
(London, Lilt. dim. from York) June 14, 1835; C. of Bram- 
cote-cum-Attenborough, Notts. Died 1837, aged 24, at 
Nottingham. Probably brother of William R. (1833). (G. 
Mag., 1837, II. 321.) 

ALMOND, ROBERT WHITE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, 
July 1, 1803. S. of Robert, of Nottingham. School, Notting- 
ham (Mr Blanchard). Migrated to Queens', Nov. 16, 1803. 
Matric. Michs. 1805; B.A. 1808; M.A. 1813. Ord. priest 
(York) Mar. 24, 1810. R. of St Peter's, Nottingham, 18x4-53. 
Died Sept. 24, 1853, aged 69. Father of Robert J. (above) 
and probably of William R. (next). (G. Mag., 1853, "• 536.) 

ALMOND, WILLIAM RUSSELL. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, 
June 28, 1833. Probably s. of Robert White (above), clerk, 
of Nottingham. Matric. Michs. 1833; B.A. 1838. P.C. of 
Stapleford, Notts., 1848-67. Died there Jan. 31, 1867, 
aged 53. Probably brother of Robert J. (1831). (T. A. 
Walker, 447.) 



Alston, Arthur Fawssett 

ALMY, JOHN EDWIN. Matric. Non-Coil. May 5, 1900. 

ALONI, NARAYAN KESHEO. Matric. Non-Coil. Oct. 21, 1896; 
B.A. 1899. Barrister (Lincoln's Inn) 1899. Returned to 
India; went to Baroda; Professor of Logic and Natural 
Philosophy, 1900; also Lecturer in Law. Served in the 
Judicial Dept., Baroda State, 1916-23; Collector, 1924-7; 
Accountant-Gen., 1927-8; Revenue Commissioner, 1929; 
retired as Naib Dewan and Counsellor. Of Wardha, Central 
Provinces, 1938. (Law List, 1937; R. P. Paranjpye.) 

ALPE, CHALLIS EDMUND HASSEL (HASSELL). Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Trinity, May 10, 1856. S. of Philip (1819), clerk, 
of Boston, Lines. B. at Wyberton, Lines. [School, Rugby.] 
Matric. Michs. 1856. Migrated to Magdalene, Oct. 22, 1857. 
Died May 23, 1862, aged 24, at Tunbridge Wells. Twin- 
brother of Charles H. (next). (Rugby Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 
1862, II. 114.) 

ALPE, CHARLES HAMOND. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
May 10, 1856. S. of Philip (1819), clerk, of Boston, Lines. 

B. at Wyberton, Lines. School, Rugby. Matric. Easter, 
1857. Twin-brother of Challis E. H. (above). 

ALPE, HAMMOND or HAMOND. Adm. pens, (age i8) at 
Emmanuel, July 11, 1761. S. of Hammond [or Hamond, 
Esq., of Little Fransham; died June 6, 1767]. B. at Fransham, 
Norfolk. Bapt. there July 4, 1744. School, Bury [not found 
in the Bury St Edmunds Reg.]. Matric. Lent, 1763, as 
Hamond; B.A. 1766; M.A. 1769. Fellow, 1767. Of East Lex- 
ham, Norfolk; afterwards of Hardingham; for many years an 
active magistrate. Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to King 
George III. Married (i) Lucy, dau. of Edward Pratt, Esq., 
of East Dereham, 1790; (2) Harriot Frances, dau. of Richard 
Hassell, of Bamet, Herts., 1797. Died Aug. 25, 1823, aged 
81. Father of the next. (Carthew, Launditch, iii. 188.) 

ALPE, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 12, 1819. 
Of Norfolk. [2nd s. of Hamond (above), of Hardingham.] 
Matric. Michs. 1820; Scholar, 1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1828. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) May 29, 1825; priest (Norwich) June 10, 
1827; C. of Elsworth, 1825. Minister of Brothertoft till 
1850. P.C. of the Chapel-of-Ease, Boston, Lines., 1849-56; 
purchased the advowson of the perpetual curacy of the 

Chapel from the Corporation. Married , dau. of Martin 

Sheath, R. of Wyberton, Lines. Died Apr. 6, 1856, aged 53, 
whilst on a visit to the rectory of Fomcet St Peter, Norfolk. 
Father of Charles H. (1856) and Challis E. H. (1856). (G. 
Mag.; Thompson, Boston.) 

ALPRESS, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 26, 1756. Of 
Jamaica. [S. and h. of George, of Jamaica.] Matric. Michs. 
1756. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 3, 1755. Died Sept. 
1784, in Jamaica. (A. Gray.) 

ALSAGER, THOMAS HICKS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Dec. II, 1852. S. and h. of Thomas [Massa], Esq. B. in 
London. Matric. Michs. 1853; B..^.. 1857. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 24, i860, as s. of Thomas Massa, Esq., of 
Surbiton, Surrey. Called to the Bar, 1867 (sic). [Thomas 
Massa .Alsager was one of the official assignees when the 
owners of the property known as the Royal Gardens, 
Vauxhall, became bankrupt; the property was put up for 
sale in July, 1841; Mr Alsager committed suicide, Nov. 6, 
1846. Brayley, History of Surrey, in. 352.] Died Mar. 30, 
1867, at Egremont House, Tulse Hill. (R. L. Lloyd.) 

ALSOP, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, May 13, 1846. 
S. of Robert. B. at Newton Abbot, Devon. Matric. Michs. 
1846. 

ALSOP, MICHAEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 12, 1832. Of 
Lanes. 

ALSTON, ALBERT. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 13, 1839. 
2nd s. of Thomas Rowland, jeweller, of 9, Crosby Square, 
London. B. June 29, 1821. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 
Michs. 1839; Scholar, 1842; B.A. 1843; M..-^. 1846; B.D. 
1S65; D.D. 1870. Ord. deacon, 1S44; priest (London) 1845; 

C. of Highgate, Middlesex, 1845-7. Lecturer at St Helen's, 
Bishopsgatc, 1847-71. C. of St George's, Hanover Square, 
1848-57. Chaplain to the Lord Mayor of London. C. of All 
Saints', St John's Wood, 1858-71. Author, Sermons. Died 
Nov. 14, 1871. Buried at Highgate. Brother of Herbert 
(1858) and father of Gilbert R. (1877). (List of Carthus.; 
Stetnmata Alstoniarui.) 

ALSTON, ARTHUR FAWSSETT. Adm. at Clare, July 7, 1891. 
[3rd s. of William Evelyn, surgeon-major, of Sandgate, 
Kent. B. Dec. 30, 1872.] Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; 
M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (Peterb.) 1897; C. of 
St Katherine's, Northampton, 1896-8. Held other curacies, 
1898-1907. V. of St Matthew's, Kingston, Hull, 1907-15. 
V. of St George's, Leeds, 1915-17. V. of All Saints', Brad- 
ford, 1918-20. R. of St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex, 1920-9. 
Rural Dean, 1926-9. Archdeacon of Hastings, 1928-. 
Proctor in Convocation, 1929-34. Married and had issue. 
Of Woodborough, Markwick Gardens, St Leonards-on-Sea. 
Brother of William E. (1886). (Crockford, 1938; Who's 
Who, 1938.) 



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Alston, Charles 

ALSTON or WASSE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Christ's, Apr. 29, 1789, as Wasse, Charles. S. of John. B. 
Dec. 17, 1769, at Catthorpe, Leics. School, Rugby. [S. of 
John [Wasse], of Longstowe, Cambs., late of Catthorpe, 
Leics.]. Matric. Lent, 1792, as Alston, Charles. Resided 
perhaps from Michs. 1791 to Michs. 1792, but his name is in 
study rents (3s. od. a quarter) till Lady Day, 1809. Changed 
his name to Alston, and assumed the title of Baronet on the 
death of his brother John (Sir John Alston) Feb. 20, 1807. 
Married Mary, dau. of John Williams (Williamson) and 
widow of Col. Pigot, at Bath, Sept. 28, 1807. Died s.p.m.s. 

1853, at Chelsea. Adm. Apr. 1853, as 'Sir Charles Alston, 
Bart.' Brother of John (1779) and father of Charles T. (next). 
(Peile, 11. 326, 333; G.E.C., Baronetage, 11. 183; Stemmata 
Alstoniana.) 

ALSTON, CHARLES TWISLETON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, June 10, 1830. [S. of Charles (above).] Of Middlesex. 
Matric. Michs. 1830; Scholar, 1831. Died Jan. 16, 1834, 
aged 22, in Curzon Street, London. (G.E.C., Baronetage, 
II. 183 n.) 

ALSTON, CREWE. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 13, 1848. S. 
of Justinian, Esq., of Odell, Beds. B. there July 28, 1828. 
Matric. Michs. 1848. Of OdeU. J. P. High Sheriff, 1862. 
Died Aug. 11, 1901. Brother of Justinian (1838); father of 
Vere S. (1872) and Rowland C. (1872). (Burke, L.G., 1937.) 

ALSTON, EDWARD CONSTABLE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, June 7, 1834. S. of Edward Daniel, Esq., brewer, of 
Diss, Norfolk. B. there Mar. 30, i8i6. School, Shrewsbury. 
Migrated (age 19) to Caius, Oct. 13, 1835. Matric. Michs. 
1835; B.A. 1839; M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 21, 
1839; priest, July 26, 1840. C. of Cransford, Suffolk, in 1846. 
R. (and patron) of Dennington, 1855-71. Married (i) Hen- 
rietta (? Harriet), dau. of WiUiam Rackham, alderman and 
mayor of Norwich, Sept. 9, 1839; (2) Anne-Maria, dau. of 
Thomas Simpson, of Ufford, Aug. 21, 1855. Of Cransford 
Hall and Dennington rectory. J. P. for Suffolk. Died Mar. 28, 
1871. Father of John E. D. (1859). (Venn, 11. 234; Stem- 
mata Alstoniana.) 

ALSTON, EDWARD GRAHAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 21, 1851. 2nd s. of George (next), clerk. B. Sept. 6, 
1832, at Cambridge. School, St Paul's, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 27, 

1854. Called to the Bar, 1857. Went to Vancouver. Regis- 
trar-General of 'Vancouver Island, 1861. Attorney-General 
of British Columbia, 1871-2. Queen's Advocate, Sierra 
Leone, 1871-2. A member of the Legislative Council and 
of the Executive CouncU; keenly interested in the develop- 
ment of the Settlements. While Attorney-General, was one 
of a party of explorers into the centre of Vancouver Island. 
'Movmt Alston' was named after him. Twice married and 
had issue. Died Nov. 12, 1872, of African fever. M.I. at 
Studland, Dorset. (St Paul's Sch. Reg. ; Stemmata A Istoniana.) 

ALSTON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Queens', Apr. 11, 1832. Of 
Suffolk. [S. of George, attomey-at-law, of Nayland, Suffolk. 
B. 1800.] Previously studied law and afterwards went to 
sea. Matric. Michs. 1832, as FeU.-Com. Migrated to Trinity 
College, Dublin, Oct. 17, 1834; B.A. (Dublin) 1836. Ord. 
deacon (Dublin) 1836; priest (Ripon) 1838. Perhaps C. of 
Kirkheaton, Yorks., 1841. P.C. of St Philip's, Bethnal Green, 
London, 1843-51. V. of Homdon-on-the-Hill, Essex, 1852- 
3. R. of Studland, Dorset, 1854-78. Lived latterly at 
Clifton, Bristol. Married (i) Anne Charlotte, dau. of Sir 
Henry Oxenden, Bart., of Broome Park, Kent, Oct. 3, 1828; 
(2) Isabel, dau. of Sir Eaton Travers, Knt., and widow of the 
Rev. Charles Smythies, of Colchester. Died 1879. Father of 
Edward G. (above). (Al. Dubl.; Stemmata Alstoniana; Crock- 
ford.) 

ALSTON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 16, 1883. 
S. and h. of George, of Craighead, Bothwell, Lanarks. B. 
Sept. 13, 1864, at Blantyre, Lanarks. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. For a time in Ceylon, tea-planting. 
Of Hill House, Newbury, Berks. Married and had issue. 
Died June 5, 1930, aged 65. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

ALSTON, GILBERT ROWLAND. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 27, 1877. Of Sussex. S. and h. of Albert (1839), clerk. 
B. July 17, 1859. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 
1877; Prizeman; Scholar, 1879. B.A. (11th Wrangler) 1881; 
LL.B. 1883; M.A. 1884. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 6, 
1882. Called to the Bar, 1884. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
May 18, 1887. Acquired a great reputation as reporter, in 
the Chancery Division, for the Council of Law Reporting; 
an authority on Case law. Of 77, Cheyne Court, Chelsea, 
S.W. 3, and of 7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. Died Jan. 3, 
1932, aged 72. (The Times, Jan. 6, 1932; Foster, Men at 
the Bar?) 

ALSTON, HALLAM NEWTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 20, 
1884. S. of Henry Carter, of Beckenham, Kent. B. Apr. 24, 
1865, in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 
1887. SoUcitor, in Lincoln's Inn, in the firm of Jones and 
Alston. (Eton Sch. Lists; Stemmata Alstoniana.) 



Alston, Rowland 

ALSTON, HENRY MONTEITH. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi 
Oct. I, 1887. Of Surrey. [S. of Robert Douglas.] B Aug 7 
1867, at Hill House, Tooting. School, King's College' 
London. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894 Ord' 
deacon, 1892; priest (Chichester) 1893; C. of Horsham, 1892-^ 
3. Held other curacies, 1893-7. C. of the Church of the Holy 
Redeemer, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, 1899-1904. Assistant 
Master of St John's College, Johannesburg, South Africa 
1906-23; Bursar, 1926-8. V. of St Augustine's, Brixton' 
Johannesburg, 1923-5. V. of Newlands, Johannesburg, 
1928-36-. (Stemmata Alstoniana; Reg. of the Senate. icr>y 
Crockford, 1938.) - yj/. 

ALSTON, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 20, 1858. 
3rd s. of Thomas Rowland, jeweller. B. July 16, 1838, in 
London. [School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 
1862; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 1862; priest (London) 1863; 
C. of St PhiUp's, Ishngton, T862-4. C. of Willesden, 1864-6. 
R. of Bradley Parva, Suffolk, 1866-94. Living at Regent's 
Park, London, N., in 1900. Resided latterly at Eastbourne. 
Died there Apr. 6, 1918. Brother of Albert (1839). (Crock- 
ford; Scott, MSS.) V Jy ^ 

ALSTON, JAMES FETHERSTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mar. 7, 1864. 2nd s. of William Charles [of Elmdon Hall, 
Warws.]. B. Oct. 19, 1844, at Elmdon. School, Rugby. 
Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1871. Died May 14 
1897. Brother of William C. (1861). (Burke, L.G.) 

ALSTON or WASSE, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at 
Christ's, Sept. 15, 1779, as J. Wasse. S. of John [Wasse], of 
Catthorpe, Leics. [by Catherine, formerly wife of Sir Thomas 
Alston, Bart.]. School, Rugby. Matric. 1779. Assumed the 
surname of Alston, and, many years after the death of his 
niother's former husband. Sir Thomas Alston, Bart., styled 
himself Baronet. [Sir Rowland Alston, who succeeded his 
brother Thomas in 1774, died s.p. June 29, 1791, when the 
Baronetcy became extinct.] Married Elizabeth, dau. of 
Charles Wasse, Feb. 8, 1787. Died s.p.m.s. Feb. 20, 1807, 
aged 44. Brother of Charles (1789). (Stemmata Alstoniana; 
Peile, II. 310, where neither full statement nor subsequent 
career is given.) 

ALSTON, JOHN. Matric. Non-CoU. Oct. 21, 1890; B.A. 1894- 
M.A. 1919. Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (London) 1897; C. of 
St Peter's, Clerkenwell, London, 1896-1901. District 
Secretary of the British and Foreign Bible Society, 1901-33- 
in the West Midland District comprising Hereford, Salop) 
Staffordshire and Cheshire, 1901-5; removed to the north- 
west, with charge of Cumberland, North Lancashire, West- 
morland and the Isle of Man, 1905-17. Metropolitan District 
Secretary, 1917-30, in charge of Hampshire, Surrey and the 
Channel Isles; removed to the North of London district, 
1930. Died May 17, 1933, at Ascott Avenue, Ealing. (The 
Times, May 19, 1933; Crockford.) 

ALSTON, JOHN EDWARD [DANIEL]. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Sept. 26, 1859. [S. and h. of Edward Constable (1834), clerk. 
B. June 8, 1840, at Potter Heigham. School, Ipswich 
Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1859, as J. E. Daniel; Scholar- 
B.A. 1863. Died Aug. 25, 1863, aged 23, at Dennington, 
Suffolk. Buried there. (G. Mag., 1863, i. 519; Stemmata 
Alstoniana.) 

ALSTON, JUSTINIAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Oct. 31, 
1838. [S. andh. of Justinian, Esq., of Odell, Beds. B.July2i, 
1818. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1838. Married Anna', 
dau. of A. H. Mercer, at Frankfort-on-the-Maine, 1841. Died 
s.p. [date of death not found]. Brother of Crewe (1848). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; Stemmata Alstoniana.) 

ALSTON, ROWLAND. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Christ's, July ig 
1776. B. at OdeU, Beds. [2nd s. of Sir Thomas, Bart., late 
of OdeU Harrold. Bapt. July 25, 1758; occurs in the Univ. 
Pari. Reg. as son of Thomas Alston, Esq., and Margaret Lee, 
spinster.] Adm. at the Imier Temple, Sept. 30, 1776, as 
' 2nd s. of Sir Thomas, Bart.' ; no call. Died 1787. Will (P.c'.C.) 
May 24, 1787; sole executrix, his mother, Margaret Lee, 
widow. [Sir Thomas Alston, Bart., of OdeU, Beds., died 
July, 1774, s.p. leg., see G.E.C., Baronetage, 11. 182.] (Peile, 
II. 306; G.E.C., II. 182; Stemmata Alstoniana, 75.) 

ALSTON, ROWLAND. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, June 21, 
1800. 2nd s. of Thomas, Esq., of OdeU, Beds. [He was the 
illegitimate son of Sir Thomas Alston, Bart., by Margaret 
Lee, and under his father's will succeeded to the family 
estates.] B. June 7, 1782, at Wotton, Beds. School, Upping- 
ham. Scholar, 1800. Served in the 3rd Life Guards in the 
Expedition to Copenhagen, under Lord Cathcart, 1801. Of 
Pishiobury, Herts. D.L. for Beds, and Herts. M.P. for 
Herts., 1835-7, 1837-41. Provincial Grand Master for Essex. 
Married Rose, dau. of Jeremiah Milles, Esq., D.L., of Pishio- 
bury, May 26, 1810. Purchased the manor of Sawbridge- 
worth, Herts., 1823; sold it, 1851. Died Nov. 21, 1865, at 
52, Belgrave Road, Pimhco, London. Brother of Vere J. 
(1806). (Peile, II. 348; Burke, E.G.; Cussans, i. Pt I. 81; 
Boose, IV. Suppl.) 



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Alston, Rowland Crewe 

ALSTON, ROWLAND CREWE. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1872. S. and h. of Crewe (1848), Esq., of OdeU, Beds. 

B. Feb. 14, 1852. Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876. School, 
Brighton College. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 23, 1877. 
Of OdeU Castle, Beds. J. P. Lord of the manor. Patron of 
the living and owner of almost the whole village with which 
he and his ancestors had been associated for over 300 years. 
Twice married and had issue. Died Jan. 12, 1933, aged 81. 
Buried at OdeU. Brother of Vere S. (1872). {T. A. Walker, 
541; The Times, Jan. 13, 1933; Burke, L.O.) 

ALSTON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 8, 1869. S. 
of John, bookkeeper. B. at Blackburn, Lanes. Bapt. 
Jan. 3, 1850. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1S73; M.A. 1876. 
Ord. deacon, 1873; priest (Ely) 1874; C. of St Giles', Cam- 
bridge, 1873-4. C. of Christ Church, 1874-6- C. of Small- 
bridge, M.-inchester, 1876-7. Secretary to the Manchester 
Diocesan Board of Education, 1877-8. V. of East Crompton, 
Lanes., 1879-90. Died July 28, 1890. {Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.) 

ALSTON, VERE JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 3, 1806. 
Of Beds. [S. of Thomas, Esq., of OdeU, and of Harrold HaU, 
Beds. B. 1788.] Matric. Michs. 1806; Scholar; B.A. 1810. 
R. of Cowsbv, Yorks., 1830-63. R. of Odell, Beds., 1833-63 
(but according to Foster, Index Eccles., he was instituted K. 
of Cowsby, Sept. 17, 1816, and R. of OdeU, Mar. 23, 1829). 
Married (i) Ehzabeth Mary, dau. of the Rev. James Barnard, 
of Combe Flory, Somerset, Aug. 1813; (2) Maria, dau. of 
Benjamin Longuet, of Bath, and widow of Richard Orlebar, 
of Hinwick, Beds., Oct. 2, 1845 (s^e Burke, L.G., si<6 Orlebar). 
[His eldest son, Vere John Alston, died at Odell rectory, 
Apr. 27, 1831, aged 33.] Died May, 1863. Brother of 
Rowland (1800). (\V. M. Harvey, Willey Hundred, 361; 
Stemmata AlstonMna, 76, 401; Crockford, i86o.) 

ALSTON, VERE SPEKE. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, Oct. 2, 
1872. 2nd s. of Crewe (1848), of OdeU Castle, Beds. B. Apr. 
II, 1853, at Clifton, Gloucs. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 
1872; B.A. 1876. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 5, 1875. 
Called to the Bar, 1878. Practised before the High Court at 
UmbaUa, India; afterwards at Cairo. Judge of the Native 
Court of Appeal at Cairo, 1897. Married Ann Sophia Penn, 
dau. of Samuel Chew, of Philadelphia, U.S.A., Sept. i, 1898. 
Died Nov. 5, 1931, aged 78, at Cannes. Brother of Rowland 

C. (1872). {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Foster, Men at the Bar, where 
he is wrongly assigned to Pemb. CoU., Oxford.) 

ALSTON, WILLIAM CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 25, 1861. S. and h. of William Charles [of Elmdon HaU, 
Warws., J. P., D.L.]. B. Nov. 2, 1842, at Elmdon. School, 
Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1871. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, Oct. 28, 1864; no caU. Of Elmdon Hall. 
J. P., D.L. High Sheriff, 1884. Died June 27, 1917. Brother 
of James F. (1864). (Burke, L.G.) 

ALSTON, WILLIAM EVELYN. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 27, 1886. 
[S. and h. of WiUiam Evelyn, M.D., late Army Medical 
Service. B. Feb. 15, 1868.] School, South Eastern College, 
Ramsgate. Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.B. and B.C. 
1893; M.D. 1900. At Guy's Hospital, London. Lieut., 
R.A.M.C, 1909; Lieut. -Col. (retired). In general practice; 
late medical superintendent of the Ministry of Pensions' 
Hospital, Birtley. Married and had issue. Of Innhams Wood, 
Crowborough, Sussex. Brother of Arthur F. (1891). {Si 
Lawrence Reg.; Medical Directory, 1936.) 

ALT, JUST HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, Feb. 1, 
1815. S. and h. of George Richard, farmer, deceased, of 
Imbley, Northants. [B. Sept. 5, 1797, in Suffolk. School, 
Christ's Hospital.] Matric. Michs. 18 15; Tyrwhitt Hebrew 
Scholar, 1819; B.A. 1819. Migrated to St Catharine's, July 5, 
1824; M.A. 1824. Professor at Bishop's College, Calcutta, 
India, 1820-4. Hon. auditor of Indian .Affairs to the Society 
for the Propagation of the Gospel. Ord. deacon (London) 
June 10, 1827; priest, June i, 1828. Assistant Master of 
Christ's Hospital, 1827-33. St Matthew's Day Preacher, 
1827. C.' of St Giles', Cripplegate, London. V. of Enford, 
Wilts., 1833-75. Editor of The Landsman's Log Book. Died 
Feb. 8, 1875. {Christ's Hospital Reg.) 

ALTAMONT, GEORGE JOHN, Eari of, see BROWNE, GEORGE 
JOHN. 

ALTAMONT, [HOWE PETER] Lord, see BROWNE, HOWE 
PETER. 

ALTHAM, JAMES HANWAY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St 
John's, Feb. 28, 1793. S. of James (M.A., Oxon.), clerk, 
deceased, late V. of St Olave's, Old Jewry, London (sometime 
V. of Harlow, Essex; died Feb. 23, 1787; buried at Latton, 
Essex). Matric. Michs. 1793. Name off, Jan. 12, 1797; noted 
as 'dead.' Died Dec. 13, 1796, aged 21. Buried in Clifton 
Old Churchyard, Bristol. M.I. (C. R. Hudleston.) 

ALTHAM, JOHN RAW. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1884. S. of 
Abraham, Esq., of Oakleigh House, Burnlev, Lanes. School, 
Owens CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1895. 



Ambery, Jonathan 

Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (Liverpool) 1892; C. of St Mary 
Wavertree, Lanes., 1890-2. C. of AU Saints', Blackburn, 
1892-5. V. of St Peter Marland, Devon, 1896-8. Died Oct. 
28, 1898, aged 34, at Bournemouth. {Trinity Hall Adm. 
Reg.; Crockford; R. F. Scott.) 

ALTHAM, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Sept. 7, 
1759- [S. of James (1716), V. of Latton, Essex (by his 2nd 
wife, MeUy Barlow, of Woodford). B. Jan. 17, 1743, at 
Woodford, Essex.] Matric. Michs. 1762; Scholar, 1762; LL.B. 
1768. Died Dec. 18, 1775, aged 31. Buried at Latton. 
(Edward Altham.) 

ALTHAM, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peter- 
house, Jan. 28, 1785. Of Essex. School, Charterhouse. One 
Thomas Altham, of Baddow, Essex, and grandson of James, 
V. of Latton, died July 2, 1793, at BaUyshannon, Ireland. 
The Althams, of Latton, Essex, were descended from James 
Altham, who purchased an estate there in the time of Queen 
Elizabeth. The family was originally of Lancashire. {T. A. 
Walker, 352; Morant, u. 488; Edward .Mtham.) 

ALTHAM, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Sept. 16, 
1754. [4th s. of Peyton (1715), of Latton, Essex, and after- 
wards of Mark HaU (and Mary, dau. of John Beard, Governor 
of Bengal). Bapt. June 5, 1736, at Latton.] School, Hitchin, 
Herts. (Mr Hildesley). Scholar, 1755; matric. Easter, 1756. 
Of Mark Hall, Essex. .Mayor of Thetford, Norfolk, 1784. 
Knighted, Sept. 13, 1786. Died unmarried Aug. 14, 1818, 
aged 83, at Kensington House, Middlesex. Buried at Latton. 
{Morant, 11. 488-9; Norfolk Official Lists; Edward Altham.) 

ALTHORP, Lord, GEORGE JOHN (1766), see SPENCER. 

ALTHORP, Lord, JOHN CHARLES (1800), see SPENCER. 

ALTHORP, Viscount, JOHN POYNTZ (1853), see SPENCER. 

ALTON, CHARLES KIDDY TIJOU, see TIJOU. 

ALTY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Mar. 20, 1807. 
S. of Daniel, gent., of Knowsley, Lanes. B. Nov. 5, 1789, at 
Prescot, Lanes. Schools, Prescot and Manchester. [Elected 
to Eton on the foundation, but did not enter.] Matric. 
Michs. 1807; Scholar; B.A. {4th Wrangler) i8ii; M.A. 1814. 
Fellow, 1814. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 13, 1814. Died of 
fever Mar. 10, 1815. Buried in the CoUege Chapel. M.I. 
{Manchester Sch. Reg. ; G. Mag. ; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

ALVANLEY, Baron, see ARDEN, RICHARD PEPPER. 

ALVERSTONE, Baron, see WEBSTER, RICHARD EVERARD. 

ALVIS, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 27, 
1859. S. of John Serjeant (1822), clerk. B. Aug. 4, 1839, at 
King's Lynn, Norfolk. Schools, King's Lynn and Bury 
St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1867. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) 1866; priest, 1867; C. of Newton, near 
Sudbury, Suffolk, 1866-8. C. of Bamham, Norfolk, 1868-70. 
C. of Diss, 1870-2. V. of East Winch, 1872-1912. Poor Law 
Guardian and on the Rural District Council. District 
Secretary and Hon. Inspector of the Church Choral Asso- 
ciation, dio. Norwich. Local Secretary of the Associated 
Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College 
of Music, 1890. Author, A Record of Music in Lynn; Sepul- 
chral Slab in East Winch Church. Died Apr. 15, 1912, at 
East Winch. Father of George E. (1886). {Peile, u. 564.) 

ALVIS, GEORGE EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 31, 
1886. S. of Edv/ard John (1859). B. Jan. i, 1868, at Chilton, 
near Sudbury. Schools, King's Lynn Grammar and Banham 
Grammar, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1886; Organ scholar; 
B.A. 1889; M.A. 1893. Removed to Cavendish H., July 12, 
1889. Assistant Master at CarUsle Grammar School, 1890-4. 
Ord. deacon, 1894; priest (Norwich) 1895. C. of West Winch, 
Norfolk, 1894-9. Choir Chaplain and C. of Ripon Cathedral, 
1899-1905; Succentor, 1905-8; Minor Canon, 1908-20. 
Chaplain of the Hospital of St Mary Magdalene, Ripon, 
1900. C. of Ripon, 1907-8; v., 1908-13. V. of Dacre, 1913- 
20. V. of Christ Church, Skipton, 1920-7. V. of Mount- 
sorrel, Leics., 1927-36-. (Peile, 11. 727; Carlisle Gr. Sch. 
Reg.; Crockford, 1938.) 

ALVIS, JOHN SERJEANT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July i, 
1822. S. of John, of Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk [and 
Elizabeth Serjeant]. B. there 1805. Schools, Rougham and 
Bury. Matric. Lent, 1823; B.A. 1827. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
June 18, 1826; priest, June lo, 1827. C. of Rattlesden, 
Suffolk, 1826-38. C. of East and West Rudham, 1838-41. 
Married Frances, dau. of E. Manley, surgeon, of Rudham. 
Held no benefice. Died Mar. 15, 1850, at King's Ljnin. 
Father of Edward J. (1859). {Peile, 11. 410.) 

AMBERLEY, Viscount, see RUSSELL, JOHN (i860). 

AMBERY, JONATHAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 15, 
1853. S. of .-VUen, tailor. B. at Manchester. Bapt. Sept. 18, 
1831. School, Manchester Grammar (Mr N. Germon, M..A.). 
Matric. Michs. 1853; Scholar; B..^. 1859. 



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Ambler, George 

AMBLER, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Clare, Nov. i6, 1797. [S. 
of Richard, of Wakefield, Yorks. Bapt. there Oct. 28, 1776. 
School, Wakefield.] Matric. Michs. 1798; Exhibitioner; 
Scholar, 1799; B.A. 1802. P.C. of Eldale, Derbs., 1803. 
Afterwards of Wakefield, Yorks., apparently without cure. 
Married, at Richmond, Surrey, Elizabeth Walton, spinster, 
of Richmond, Dec. 15, 1802. Died Jan. 8, 1855, aged 78, 
at Wakefield. (M. H. Peacock; G. Mag.) 

AMBLER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Oct. 15, 
1753. 2nd s. of Richard, of York Town, Virginia, America. 
B. Dec. 31, 1735. School, Wakefield, Yorks. (Mr Clarke). 
Matric. Michs. 1753. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 27, 
1752. Migrated to the Middle Temple, Nov. 21, 1754. Called 
to the Bar, 1757. Member for Jamestown in the House of 
Burgesses of Virginia. Collector of York River. Died May 27, 
1766, in Barbados. (M. H. Peacock; E. Alfred Jones, 
American Members of the Inns of Court.) 

AMBLER, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 38 sic), at Christ's, 
Mar. 10, 1S18; from Oxford. S. of Richard. B. at Shrews- 
bury. School, Hereford (Rev. R. D. Squire). Matric. Michs. 
1818; B.A. 1824. Matric. (University College, Oxford) 
Mar. II, 1800, age 18. P.C. of Church Stoke, Salop, 1831-45. 
V. of North Lydbury, 1834-7. Died 1845 or 1846. (Peile, 
II. 388; Al. Oxon.; Scott, MSS.; G. Mag., 1846, i. 327.) 

AMBLER, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Jan. 
27, 1835- 

AMBRIDGE, FRANCIS JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil. Nov. 1870. 
S. of John, butler. B. at Colwich, Staffs. Bapt. Feb. 2, 185 1. 
Adm. at St Joh.n's, Oct. 4, 1871; Scholar; B.A. (Moral Sci. 
Trip., ist Class) 1874; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon, 1875; priest 
(Barbados) 1876; C. of St Michael's Cathedral, Barbados, 
1875-80; Precentor, 1881-91. Assistant Master at Harrison 
College, Barbados, 1880-91. C. of Holy Trinity, Chesterfield, 
Derbs., 1899-1900. P.C. of North Eling, Southampton, 
1900-1. Died there Apr. 27, 1901. Brother of the next. 
(Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

AMBRIDGE, JOHN GALBRAITH. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1872. S. of John, butler. B. at Bishton Hall, 
Colwich, Staffs. Bapt. Apr. 16, 1854. Matric. Lent, 1873; 
B.A. 1876. Sometime of Sydney and Tamworth, New South 
Wales. Died Dec. i, 1924, aged 68 (sic), at Longhope, 
Gloucs. Brother of Francis J. (above). (R. F. Scott; The 
Times, Dec. 2, 1924.) 

AMBROSE, ALFRED COLE. Adm. pens, at Downing, Aug. 25, 
1888. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891. 

AMBROSE, DANIEL KENT. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 5, 
1888. [S. and h. of William, of the Manor House, Swaffham 
Prior, Cambs. Schools, Felsted and Perse, Cambridge.] 
Matric. Michs. 1888; B..-^. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon, 
1895; priest (Ely) 1896; C. of Teversham, Cambs., 1895-6. 
Held other curacies, 1896-1909. V. of Stockland, Somerset, 
1909-22. V. of Kersey, Suffolk, 1922-35. V. of Pla>'ford 
with Culpho, 1936-. {Felsted Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1938.) 

AMBROSE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's. May 3, 
1838. S. of John, of Copford, Essex. Matric. Michs. 1838; 
B.A. 1843; M.A. 1847. Ord. deacon, 1844; priest, 1845. R. 
of Trimley St Martin, Suffolk, 1847-60. Of Copford Lodge, 
Colchester, 1867-80. Disappears from Crockford, 1880. 

AMBROSE, JOHN COLE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 5, 1857. Of Cambs. [S. of W. C, Esq., of Cambridge.] 
Matric. Michs. 1857; B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. Ord. deacon, 
1861; priest (Ely) 1862. C. of Nayland, Suffolk, 1861-3. C. 
of S. Lopham, Norfolk, 1863-8. Held other curacies, 1868-72. 
R. of Little Comard, Suffolk, 1872-1916. Died there Oct. 29, 
1916, aged 80. Brother of Owen C. (1869). {Crockford; R. F. 
Scott.) 

AMBROSE, JOHN THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 5, 
1814. S. of John, Esq., of Mistley, Essex. B. 1798. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1815. Sohcitor; of Manningtree and 
Mistley, Essex. Died Nov. 22, 1881, at Mistley. {Index Soc. 
Publications, Obit. Notices, 1881.) 

AMBROSE, OWEN COLE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Sept. 25, 1869. Of Cambs. [S. of W. C, Esq., of Cambridge.] 
Migrated to Durham University; B..\. (Durham). Ord. 
deacon, 1873; priest (Ripon) 1874. R. of Gt Creaton, 
Northants., i88i-f. 1919. Died there Apr. 26, 1919, aged 73. 
Brother of John C. (1857). (H. I. Longden.) 

AMBROSE, SYDNEY COLE. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1893. 
[3rds. of William Cole, of Quy, Cambs. B. there Sept. 1874.] 
School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1892; B..'\. and 
LL.B. 1895. Solicitor; at Penang, Straits Settlements, in 
1908. Of The Priory, Nevill Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. 
Died there Mar. 11, 1936. Brother of the next. {S.H.A.H.; 
The Times, Mar. 12, 1936.) 

AMBROSE, WILLIAM COLE. Adm. at Clark, Oct. 3, 1885. 
[S. of William Cole, farmer, of Quy, Cambs. B. at Land- 
beach. School, Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon, 1897; priest (York) 

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1898; C. of Doncaster, 1897-1902. C. of Eccleshall, 1902-8. 
V. of Billinghay with Walcot and Dogdyke, Lines., 1908-37. 
Rural Dean of North Lafford, 1924-34. Of Quy, The Avenue, 
Fareham, Hants., 1938; retired. Brother of the above. 
{S.H.A.H.; Crockford, 1938; Reg. of the Senate, 1937.) 

AMBROSE, WILLIAM COLE. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 15, 
1889. [B. May 21, 1870.] School, Ely. Matric. Michs. 1889; 
B.A. 1894. At St Thomas's Hospital, London; Clinical 
Assistant in the Throat Department. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 
1898. House Surgeon at the East London Hospital. Surgeon 
at Bromsgrove Hospital. Medical Ofl5cer to the Birmingham 
and Midland Counties Sanatorium. Of Beaconwood, Bamt 
Green, Worcs. (Ambrose and Hawkins). {Medical Directory, 
1938.) 

AMBROSE, WILLIAM JOHN LEOFRIC. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Easter, 1897. S. of William, barrister and Q.C. B. Feb. 8, 

1878, at Hampstead, Middlesex. School, St Paul's. Matric. 
Easter, 1897; B.A. 1900. Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 
1904. Joined the Imperial Yeomanry and went out to South 
Africa, igoi. Served in the Great War (Lieut., Reserve 
Regt. of Cavalry and Nigeria Regt., West African Frontier 
Force; wounded. Chevalier, Ordre de I'fitoile Noire). Assis- 
tant Registrar, H.M. Land Registry, Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
London, W.C. 2, 1937. {Univ. War List; Law List, 1937.) 

AMEEN BEY, MOHAMMED ZEKI. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinitv 
Hall, Oct. 23, 1837. Of Constantinople. Sent by the 
Sultan. 

AMES, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 23, 1857. 6th s. 
of George Henry, of Coote House [Cote House, Westbury-on- 
Trym], Bristol. B. June 4, 1839. Matric. Lent, 1858. Lieut, 
in the Rifle Brigade. Died Apr. 8, 1910. Brother of Charles 
H. (1847) and Edward L. (1849). (Burke, L.G.) 

AMES, CHARLES HERBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Oct. 16, 1847 (wrongly called Charles Hubert in Trinity Coll. 
Adm. Bk.). 2nd s. of George Henry, of Cote House, West- 
bury-on-Trvm, Bristol. B. May 14, 1830. School, Eton 
(Charles Herbert). Did not reside. In the E.I.C.S. in 
Madras. Of Remenham Place, Henley-on-Thames, Berks. 
Married and had issue. Died Jan. 19, 1878. Brother of 
Alfred (1857), etc. (Burke, L.G.) 

AMES, EDWARD CECIL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 11, 

1879. S. of Edward Levi (1849), of Clevelands, Lyme Regis, 
Dorset. B. Sept. i, i860, in London. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. University Demon- 
strator in Mechanism, 1884-7. Died s.p. July 4, 1889. 

AMES, EDWARD LEVI. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
July 6, 1849. 3rd s. of George Henry, of Cote House, West- 
bury-on-Trym, Bristol. B. Jan. 27, 1832. Matric. Michs. 
1850; B.A. {28th Wrangler) 1854; M.A. 1857. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 21, 1854. Of Clevelands, Lyme Regis, 
Dorset; inherited this estate from his uncle, John Ames, in 
1867. J. P. for Devon. A member of the Alpine Club. Died 
Jan. 7, 1892. Brother of Alfred (1857), etc., and father of 
Edward C. (1879). (Burke, L.G.) 

AMES [post LYDE], LIONEL. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Feb. 27, 
1795. [S. and h. of Levi, of Bristol (Mayor, 1789)-] B. there 
Sept. 6, 1775. Matric. Michs. i795; B.A. 1799. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 13, 1799. Called to the Bar, 1807, as 
Lyde, Lionel. Assumed the surname and arms of Lyde 
only, on succeeding to the estates of Sir Lionel Lyde, Bart., 
of Ayot St Lawrence, Herts., Feb. 6, 1806. Died unmarried 
Jan. 22, 1851. Buried at East Hyde, Beds. (Burke, L.G.; 
Cussans, 11. 235.) 

AMESBURY, Baron, see DUNDAS, CHARLES (1796). 

AMHERST, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Nov. 1762. 
[S. of Nicholas, of East Farleigh, Kent.] Matric. Michs. 
1762. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Mar. 4, 1760. Of Boxley 

Abbey, Kent. Married Lott. [For some account of 

the family, see Hasted, 11. 145.] (F. A. Crisp, Notes, xii.) 

AMHERST, JOHN THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 31, 
1776. Of Kent. [S. and h. of John, Esq., of Rochester. B. 
there Apr. 4, 1758.] School, Ashford (Mr Barrett). Scholar, 
1776. Migrated to Sidney, Nov. 6, 1776; Scholar, i777; 
matric. Lent, i777- Lieut., Light Dragoons, 1782; Capt., 
1788. Buried Dec. 15, 1831, at the Baptist Chapel, Dover, 
Kent. (F. A. Crisp, Notes, xii.) 

AMHERST, The Hon. PERCY ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Mar. 10, 1858. 3rd s. of William Pitt (next), Earl 
Amherst, of Sevenoaks, Kent. B. there Nov. 30, 1839. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) 1863; priest (Oxford) 1879; C. of Kettenng, 
Northants., 1863-5; without cure from 1866-78. C. of Black 
Bourton, Berks., 1879-81. C. of Hungerford, 1888-9; retired. 
Died s.p. Jan. 30, 1910, at Ossington. {Vis. of England and 
Wales, XIII ; Burke, P. and B.) 

AMHERST, WILLIAM PITT, Earl AMHERST. Hon. LL.D. 
1835. Diplomatist and Statesman. Died Mar. 13, 1857. 
Father of the above. {G.E.C., ed. Gibbs; D.N.B.) 



Amin-ud-din 

AMIN-UD-DIN. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1890; see also 

ASGHUR, AMINUDDIN AHMUD SYED. 
AMORY, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. peas, (age 18) at Caius, 

Sept. 13, 1844. S. of George Parminter, surgeon, of Exeter. 

B. there. School, Exeter (Drs Collins and AUUs). Matric. 

Michs. 1844. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 2, 1850. 

Called to the Bar, 1853. In the Law List, 1915. Never 

practised. (Venn, 11. 168.) 
AMORY, ISAAC (The Rev.). Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 24) at 

Magdalene, Mar. 24, 1770. Matric. Michs. 1770. 

AMOS, ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 13, 1808. [S. 
of James, Russian merchant, of London. B. in India. 
School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1809; Scholar, 181 1; B.A. 
(5<A Wrangler) 1813; M.A. 1816. Fellow, 1815. College 
auditor, 1828-36. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 17, 1809. 
Called to the Bar, 1818. On the Midland Circuit, 1818-37. 
First Professor of English Law at University College, 
London, 1829-37; won great fame as a lecturer. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, June 29, 1832. Recorder of Oxford, Notting- 
ham and Banbury. A member of the Criminal Law Com- 
missions, 1834-43. Succeeded Lord Macaulay as fourth 
member of the Governor-General's Council in India, 1837- 
43. As a member of the 'Law Commission' assisted 'in 
drafting the report on slavery in India, which led to measures 
for its gradual extinction.' County Court Judge for Maryle- 
bone, Brentford and Brompton, 1847-52. Downing Professor 
of the Laws of England, 1849-60. Of St Ibbs, Herts. Married 
Mairgaret, dau. of the Rev. William Lax, Lowndean Professor 
of Astronomy, Aug. i, 1826. A sound lawyer and a Liberal of 
the advanced school. Author, legal and literary; edited 
Fortescue's De Laudibus Legum Angliae. Died Apr. 18, i860, 
at Cambridge. Father of Sheldon (1853), James (1846) and 
William (1846). (Ctissans, 11; D.N.B.) 

AMOS, ANDREW. Adm. scholar at Clare, Mar. 31, 1882. 
[S. of James (1846), V. of St Stephen's, Southwark, Surrey. 
B. 1863. School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 
1885; M.A. 1891. Football (assoc.) 'blue.' Ord. deacon 
(Durham) 1887; priest, 1888; C. of Gateshead, 1887-9. In 
charge of the College Mission at Rotherhithe, Surrey, 1889- 
98. R. of Datchworth, Herts., 1898-1907. V. of St .\nne's, 
South Lambeth, London, 1907-17. R. of St Paul's with St 
Mark's, Deptford, 1917-22. R. of Rotherhithe, 1922-31. An 
Alderman of the Bermondsey Council. Donor of plate to the 
College. Died Oct. 2, 1931, aged 68, in Guy's Hospital, 
London. Brother of Archibald D. C. (1888) and Herbert 
G. M. (1883). (Crochjord; Ouirterhouse Sch. Reg.) 

AMOS, ARCHIBALD DRAKEFORD CRADOCK. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Michs. 1888. S. of James (1846), clerk. B. Aug. 19, 
1869, in London. School, Trent College. Matric. Michs. 
1888; Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1889; Prizeman; B.A. 1891; 
M.A. 1895. A Master at the Royal Academy, Gosport, for 
one year. Assistant Master at Derby School, 1894-1903. 
Joint Head Master of a private school at St Leonard's, 
Sussex, 1904. Author, Translations (Latin and Greek 
classics). Of 15, Rotton Park Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 
1936. Brother of Andrew (1882), etc. (Schoolmasters' 
Directory; R. F. Scott; Queens' Coll. Club, 1936.) 

AMOS, HERBERT GILBERT MACLACHLAN. Matric. Non- 
CoU. Michs. 1883. Adm. at Caius, Jan. i, 1884; from 
Cavendish H. S. of James (1846), clerk, of Cambridge. B. 
Apr. 28, 1866, in London. School, Haileybury. Entered the 
Army (King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1890; Lieut., 1892; 
Capt., 1900. Served in the South African War, 1900-2. 
D.S.O., 1900). On the outbreak of the Great War, rejoined 
the K.O.S.B.; .Major; invalided, 1917. Of St Ibbs, Hitchin, 
Herts. Died June 30, 1924. Brother of .■\ndrew (1882), etc. 
(Venn, 11. 466; Haileybury Sch. Reg.) 

AMOS, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 17, 1846. [S. of 
And^e^y (1808). School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1847. 
Migrated to Clare, July 5, 1848; Scholar; B.A. 1851; M.A. 
1854. Ord. deacon, 1852; priest (Ely) 1853; C. of Brent 
Eleigh, Suffolk, 1852-4. C. of Holy Trinity, Marylebone, 
London, 1854-61. V. of St Stephen's, Southwark, 1861-75. 
C. of St Saviour's Chapel, Tonbridge, 1875-7. Lie. pr., dio. 
St Albans, 1887-96. Resided latterly at Paston House, 
Cambridge. Donor of plate to Clare. Found dead in his 
dressing-room at Paston House, Mar. 18, 1896. Brother of 
WiUiam (1846); father of Andrew (1882), Archibald D. C. 
(1888) and Herbert G. M. (1883). (Crockford; R. F. Scott; 
Cambridge Independent Press, Mar. 20, 1896.) 

AMOS, JOHN FREDERICK. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
Mar. 5, 1825. Of Beds. S. of John Green. Matric. Michs. 
1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon, June 6, 1830; 
priest (Peterb.) May 29, 1831. C. of Eaton Socon, Beds., 
1841. C. of Kendal, Westmorland, 1846. C. of Childwall, 
Liverpool, 1847-58. C. of St Nicholas, Liverpool, 1851-8. 
Died Dec. 13, 1858. (T. A. Walker, 422; G. Mag., 1859, i. 
214; H. I. Longden.) 



Amphlett, Richard Holmden 

AMOS, PERCY MAURICE McLARDIE SHELDON. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, June 15, 1891. S. of Sheldon {1853), of 5, Upper 
Wobum Place, London. B. June 15, 1872, in London. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; Scholar; Cobden prizeman, 1894; 
MoralSci.Trip.,PtI, 1893, and n, 1895, 1st Class; B.A. 1895; 
M.A. 1904. Barrister (Inner Temple) 1897. Inspector of 
Native Courts in the Egyptian Ministry of Justice, 1898. 
Judge of Cairo Native Court, 1903. Judge of the Native 
Court of Appeal, 1906. Director of the Khedivial Law 
School, 1913-15. During the Great War, served in the 
Ministry of Munitions, 1915-17. Acting Judicial Adviser to 
the Egyptian Government, 1917-19; Judicial Adviser, 1919- 
25. K.B.E., 1922. K.C., 1932. Quain Professor of Com- 
parative Law at University College, London, 1932-7. Hon. 
LL.D. (Lausanne); Grand Cordon, Order of the Nile. Chief 
British Delegate to the International Committee of Experts 
on Private Aerial Law, 1933-. Married and had issue. 
Author, The English Constitution; Introduction to French Law 
(with F. P. Walton), etc. Of Ulpha, near Broughton-in- 
Fumess, and of 21, Cranmer Road, Cambridge. (Who's 
Who 1939.) 

AMOS, SHELDON. Adm. pens, at Clare, Dec. 20, 1853. 4th s. 
of Andrew (1808). B. June 1, 1835. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1855; Prizeman; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1862. Adm. 
at the Inner Temple, June 2, 1859. Called to the Bar, 1862. 
Professor of Jurisprudence at University College, London, 
1869-79, and of Constitutional Law to the Council of Legal 
Education, 1872-5. Examiner in Constitutional Law and 
History at London University, 1872-7. Subsequently 
practised in the Egyptian Courts as advocate. Lived at 
Alexandria, where his library was destroyed during the 
British bombardment; devoted his leisure to the study of 
social and political problems in Egypt. Judge of the Egyptian 
Court of Appeal (native Tribunals), 1883-6. An able jurist, 
also well versed in theology and philosophy. A staunch 
advocate of the higher education and political emancipation 
of women. Author, legal, etc. Died suddenly Jan. 3, 1886, 
at Ramleh, near Alexandria. Brother of James (1846), etc. 
and father of Percy M. S. (1891). (Al. Carthus.; D.N.B., 
Sup pi.) 

AMOS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Feb. 14. 
1846. [S. of Andrew (1808). School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 
1846; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Aug. 4, 
1850; priest, Nov. 23, 1851; C. of Portsea, Hants. R. of 
Braceborough, Lines., 1860-74. Disappears from Crockford, 

1876. Brother of Sheldon (1853), etc. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

AMPHLETT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 10, 
1867. 2nd s. of Samuel Holmden, Esq., surgeon, deceased, of 
Birmingham. B. Oct. 20, 1848. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 
1871; M.A. 1874; M.B. 1877. Previously in the Royal Navy 
for several years as a midshipman. At Guy's Hospital, 
London; House Surgeon and Resident Obstetrician. F.R.C.S., 

1877. Assistant Surgeon at Charing Cross HospiUl. Demon- 
strator of Surgical Pathology at Charing Cross Hospital 
Medical School; also .Assistant Surgeon at the Central 
London Ophthalmic Hospital. Practised at 40, Weymouth 
Street, Portland Place, London, W. Devoted himself 
particularly to diseases of the eye, which he had studied at 
Vienna. Died s.p. Sept. 9, 1880, in London. Brother of 
Richard H. (1866). (T. A. Walker, 530; Plarr, Lives of the 
Fellows.) 

AMPHLETT, MARTIN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 21, 
1S32. Of Worcs. 4th s. of Richard Holmden, clerk, of New 
Hall, Worcs. [R. of Hadsor, Worcs.] B. Aug. 22, 1815. 
School, Brewood. Matric. Michs. 1832. Migrated to Peter- 
house, Dec. 21, 1832; B.A. 1836; M.A. 1839. Ord. deacon, 
1837; priest (Lichfield) 1838; C. of StonnaU, Staffs. C. of 
Bumham, Berks., 1841-4. P.C. of Mavesyn Ridware, Staffs., 
1844. R. of Church Lench, Worcs., 1844-86. Hon. Canon of 
Worcester, i88i-6. Died s.p. Aug. 13, 1886, at Llandudno. 
Buried at Church Lench. Brother of Richard P. (1826). 
(T. A. Walker, 446; Burke, L.O.) 

AMPHLETT, RICHARD HOLMDEN. .\dm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 1, 1866. S. of Samuel Holmden, surgeon. B. Apr. 24, 
1847, at Birmingham. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1866; 
B..\. 1870; M.A. 1873. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 18, 1868. 
Called to the Bar, 1871. On the Oxford Circuit. Q.C., 1896. 
Bencher, 1903. Recorder of Worcester, 1891-1908. Judge of 
the Birmingham County Court, 1898-1925. Vice-Chairman 
of the Worcestershire Quarter Sessions, 1892-1925. Of 
Wychbold Hall, Droitwich, Worcestershire. J. P. A sound 
lawyer; paid special attention to the subject of imprison- 
ment for debt. Drew up a new scale of means and thus made 
a considerable reduction in the number of imprisoned debtors 
in the Birmingham district. Helped to found a County 
Ratepayers' Association, of which he was first president. 
Married and had issue. Died Nov. 23, 1925, at Wychbold 
HaU. Brother of Edward' (1867). (Burke, L.G.; The Times, 
Nov. 25, 1925; Foster, M n at the Bar.) 



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AMPHLETT, RICHARD PAUL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peter- 
house, Oct. 14, 1826. Of Salop. S. and h. of Richard 
Holmden, clerk, of New Hall, Worcs. B. May 24, 1809. 
School, Brewood, Staffs. Matric. Michs. 1827; B..-V. {6tli 
Wrangler) 1831; M.A. 1834. Fellow, 1833. Hon. Fellow, 
1883. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 15, 1831. Called to the 
Bar, 1834. On the Oxford Circuit. Q.C., 1858. Bencher, 
1858. Vice-Chairman of the Worcestershire Quarter Sessions, 
1866. M.P. for East Worcs., 1868-74. Serjeant-at-law and 
President of the Legal Education Association, 1S73. Knighted, 
Jan. 27, 1874. Baron of the Exchequer, 1874-6. Lord 
Justice of Appeal, 1876-7. P.C, 1876. Retired owing to ill- 
health. Twice married. Of Wychbold Hall, Worcestershire. 
J.P. and D.L. Died s.p. Dec. 7, 1883, at 32, Wimpole Street, 
London. Buried at Hadzor. Brother of Martin (1832). 
(r. A. Walker, 427; Vis. of England and Wales, iv; Burke, 
L.G.; D.N.B.) 

AMPHLETT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, Aug. 21, 
1815. Of Staffs. [2nd s. of John, Esq., of Clent, Worcs. B. 
Mar. 26, 1797. School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1815. Of 
Odnall Cottage, Clent, Staffs. Married EUzabeth, dau. of 
Edward Dudley, R. of Broome, Worcs. Died s.p. Dec. 5, 
1876. Buried at Clent. M.I. (Burke, L.G.; F. A. Crisp, 
Naes, v; Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

AMPS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 5, 1863. 
Matric. Michs. 1863; Scholar; B..\. 1867; M.A. 1870. Ord. 
deacon, 1868; priest (Ely) 1869. C. of Bur^vell, Cambs., 
1868-70. C. of Burrough Green, 1870-5. C. of Cowlinge, 
Suffolk, 1876-94. R. of Little Bradley, 1894-1902. Died 
Apr. 16, 1902, at Carlton, Newmarket. Probably brother of 
John (1847) and William (1852). 

AMPS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 11, 1847. 
[Probably s. of John, of Cambridge.] Matric. Michs. 1847; 
B.A. 1852; M.A. 1857. Old. deacon, 1852; priest (Ely) 1854. 
C. of St Peter's, Drypool, Yorks., 1853. Held other curacies, 
1854-64. V. of Icklelon, Cambs., 1864-1907. Died Oct. 16, 
1907, aged 83. Probably brother of Edward (1863), etc. 
{Emmanuel Coll. Mag.) 

AMPS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, July 3, 1852. 
S. of John, of Cambridge. B. Dec. 18, 1824. Matnc. Michs. 
1852; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1862. Organist of the College for 
many years; sometime organist of King's College and also of 
Christ's College. Conductor of the C.U.M.S. for many 
years. Musical composer of sonatas (pianoforte), part-songs, 
etc. Died May 20, 1910, in Panton Street, Cambridge. 
Probably brother of Edward (1863), etc. {T. A. Walker, 
504-) 

AMYAND, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 28, 1778. 
Of Middlesex. Doubtless s. of Thomas, R. of Hambledon, 
Bucks, [and Frances, dau. of Thomas Ryder, of the East 
India Company]. Matric. Lent, 1780. Of Amyand House, 
Twickenham. Died s.p. Aug. 24, 1805, aged 42. (Burke, P. 
and B., sub Comewall; Cobbett, Memorials of Twickenham; 
G. Mag., 1805, II. 783-) 

AMYAS, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, July 2, 1766. S. 
of John, druggist, of Beccles, Suffolk. B. there. Matnc. 
Easter, 1767; B.A. 1770. Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 14, 
1771; priest. May 25 (? 26), 1793; C. of North Cove, 1771- 
C. of Weston St Peter's, 1793- R- of Henstead with Hulver, 
Suffolk, 1793-1810. Married Isabella Wy-mberley, dau. of 
Andrew Chamber, Esq. Inherited the manor and advowson 
of Henstead through his mother. Died Apr. 18, 1810. M.I. 
at Henstead. (Venn, 11. 83.) 

AMYATT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Jan. 15, 
■ 1776. Of Devon. Matric. Lent, 1776; Scholar. Probably 

migrated to Oxford and matric. (Balliol College, Oxford) 

Oct. 31, 1777, age 19, as s. of John, gent., of Totnes, Devon; 

B.A. and M.A. (Exeter College, Oxford) 1798. One of these 

names V. of South Brent, Devon, 1782-1810. (Al. Oxon.; 

Scott, MSS.) 
ANANT, RAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 22, 1893. S. of 

Kasha Ram. B. June 22, 1874, at Kasur, Lahore, India. 

Schools, Government College, Lahore, and Punjab University. 

Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1916. Called to the 

Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1896. In practice at Ferozepur, Punjab. 

(Peile, II. 785.) 

ANCASTER, Earl of, see WILLOUGHBY, GILBERT HEATH- 
COTE DRUMMOND. 

ANCELL, JAMES. M.A. from Trinity, 1763. S. of James, 
clerk, of Claybrooke, Leics. Matric. (from St Mary Hall, 
Oxford) June 12, 1746, age 16; B.A. (Oxford) 1750-1. R. of 
Holdenby, Northants., 1759-75- R- of S. Kilworth, Leics., 
1763-75. Author, Sermon. Died May 5, i775, aged 46- 
Buried at Kilworth. {Baker, 1. 199; Al. Oxon.) 

ANCELL, JOHN. M.A. from King's, 1784- 



Anderson, Arthur Ponsonby Moore 

ANCRUM, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, May 3, 
1822. Matric. Michs. 1822. 

ANDERS, HENRY SMITH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
May 18, 1835. S. of James, surgeon, of Newark, Notts. B. 
in Dublin. School, Newark Grammar (Rev. J. Cooke). 
Matric. AUchs. 1835; B.A. 1839. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1842; 
priest (Norwich) Aug. 13, 1843; C. of Farthingstone, Nor- 
thants., 1843. C. of St Martin's-in-the-Field, London, 1846. 
Minister of St John's, Long Acre, 1848-50. V. of Kirkby-le- 
Thorpe, Lines., and R. of Asgarby, 1854-77. Author, 
Distinctive Errors of Romanism, etc. Died Apr. 16, 1877, at 
Brighton. (Venn, 11. 232.) 

ANDERSON, ADAM RIVERS STEELE. Adm. (age 16) at Caius, 
Oct. 1, 1879. S. of Alexander, clerk, of Falstone, Northum- 
berland. B. Mar. 3, 1863, at Edinburgh. School, Christ's 
Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1883; M.B. 1887. 
At St Mary's Hospital, London. Resident Medical Officer. 
M.R.C.S., 1885. D.P.H., 1889. Surgeon-Capt., Indian 
Medical Service, Bengal, 1889; Major, 1901; Lieut. -Col., 
1909. Servedduring the Great War, 1914-18. Retired, 1918. 
Died July 5, 1924, at Bournemouth. (Venn, 11. 440; Indian 
Med. Service.) 

ANDERSON, ALAN SEYMOUR MOORE. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1894. [2nd s. of Robert, Barrister-at-law, Assistant 
Commissioner of Police; of 39, Linden Gardens, London, VV.] 
B July 11, 1876, in London. School, Combe Down. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901. Brother of .\rthur P. M. 
(1892) and Matthew E. M. (1899). 

ANDERSON, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 11, 
1881. 2nd s. of Daniel, farmer, of Camus, Coleraine. B. there 
May 16 (? 12), 1858. School, Queen's College, Galway. 
Matric. Michs. 1881; Scholar; B.A. (tth Wrangler) 1884; 
M A 1888. Fellow, 1891. Professor of Natural Philosophy 
at Queen's (now University College), Galway, 1885 ; President, 
1899-1934. Hon. LL.D. (Glasgow) 1901. D.Sc. A senator 
(and Fellow) of the Royal University of Ireland and of the 
National University of Ireland. Vice-Chancellor of the 
National University of Ireland, 1915 and 1920. A member of 
the Dublin Commission under the Irish Umversities .Act of 
1908. One of the 'Ulster Scientific Group," which included 
Alexander Larmor and W. McF. Orr. Of 7, Pembroke Park, 
DubUn. Died Sept. 5, 1936, aged 78. (The Times, Sept. 8, 
1936; Who's Who, 1936.) 
ANDERSON, ALFRED TREMENHEERE. Matric. Non-CoU. 
Michs. 1883. .\dm. pens, at St Catharine's, Dec. 31, 1885. 
S. of Philip. B. at Bombay, India. B.A. 1886. 
ANDERSON, ANDREW. Adm. sizar (age 20) at Trinity, 
Oct 6 1821. S. of Andrew. B. at Berwick-on-Tweed. 
School,' Berwick (.Mr Barnes). Matric. Michs. i82i;B.A. 1826. 
Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 24, 1826; priest, Dec. 23, 1827; 
C of Wymondley \vith Ippolyts, Herts., 1844-6. R. of Cul- 
bone (or Kitner), Somerset, 1848-74- R- of Oare, 1855-74- 
(Crockford, 1874-) 
ANDERSON, ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 10, 1859- 
2nd s of [Sir] Alexander [advocate], of 198, Umon Street, 
Aberdeen (afterwards Lord Provost of Aberdeen). B. there 
Feb 19 1839. School, Marischal College, Aberdeen. Matnc. 
Michs 1859; B.A. 1863. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 27, 
1862 Called to the Bar, 1865. Equity draftsman and con- 
veyancer. Died June 25, 19^3, aged 83, at Stnchen. (Foster, 
.Men at the Bar; The Times, June 27, 1923-) 
ANDERSON, ARTHUR EDWARD. Adm. at Clare, June 15, 

1889. School, Shrewsbury. 
ANDERSON, ARTHUR JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
1883 rS. of Michael James, R. of Hockenng, East Dereham, 
Norfolk. B. Dec. 1863.] School, Haileybury Matnc. Michs 
1883 Ord. deacon, 1886; pnest (Norwich) 1887. C. ot 
Hockenng with MattishaU Burgh, Norfolk, 1886-90. C. of 
St John the Evangelist, Dulwich, 1890-1. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1894- Lived lattedy at 10 St Mary s Road, 
Bodmin. Died Jan. 17, 1927, aged 63, at Torquay. (Hatley- 
bury Sch. Reg.; The Times, Jan. 19, 1927-) 
ANDERSON, ARTHUR PONSONBY MOORE. A<to. pens. at 
Trinity,' June 18, 1892. S. of [S r] Robert, of 39, Linden 
hardens London. B. July i. \8/l' . ''^ London School, 
Levs Cambridge (Dr Moulton). Matnc. Michs 1892, B A. 
iSqI- MA. 1901; B.Chir. 1901; M.D. 1919. At the London 
Hospital Hous4 Physician, 1902-4. MR.C.S. O-ondon) 
T RCP 1900. Medical Of&cer, Woodstock Hospital. 
W?pon"RNVR., 1905. Warden of Lovedale Missionary 
IrS UtUuf; cipe Colony, 1908-15. Late Medic^d 
Officer at Cape Town Free Dispensary, 1920 Served in the 
Great wi (Capt., South African Medical Corps; twice 
mentioned in despktches). Of 5. Belvedere Avenue Cape 
To^. South Afri^ (retired). Brother of Alan SM (1894). 
etc. (Medical Directory, 1938; Medvcal Who's Who, 1927.) 



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ANDERSON, ARTHUR ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June I, 1878. S. of James Richard (1842), clerk, of 58, 
Whiting Street, Bury, Suffolk. B. Aug. 11, 1859, at Baming- 
ham, Norfolk. School, Bury (Mr Wratislaw). Matric. Michs. 
1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 1884; 
priest (London) 1886; C. of Aylesbury, Bucks., 1884-5. C. 
of St Mary's, Tottenham, Middlesex, 1885-1908; V., 1908- 
36-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ANDERSON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Caius, Oct. 11, 
1849. S. of WiUiam, Esq., of Old Steyne, Brighton, Sussex. 
B. in Piccadilly, London. Schools, Clapham (Dr Laing), 
King's College, London, and St John's Wood (Mr Ogle). 
Matric. Michs. 1849; B..\. 1854; M.A. 1864. Ord. deacon 
(Peterb.) 1854; priest (Ely) 1855. C. of St Anne's, Soho, 
London, 1871-4. V. of St John EvangeUst, Limehouse, 
1874-93. Author, Words and Works in a London Parish; 
The Curate of Shyre, etc. Died Mar. z6, 1893, aged 67. (Venn, 
II. 292.) 

ANDERSON, CHARLES ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. I, 1895. 3rd s. of William Charles, of Hill House, 
Keston, Kent. B. Oct. 22, 1875, in London. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. At St Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital, London; House Physician. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. (London) 1903. House Surgeon of the Royal 
Portsmouth Hospital. Served in the Great War as Surgeon- 
Lieut., R.N. Of 76, New Street, Sandwich, Kent, 1937. 
(Medical Directory, 1938.) 

ANDERSON, CHARLES CUYLER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Pembroke, July 2, 1839; re-adm. July 5, 1847. S. and h. of 
Henry, military captain, of Chatham, Kent. [Superintendent 
of the Invalid Depot at Chatham in 1856; then Lieut. -Col. ; 
he was severely wounded at Waterloo.] B. at Clifton, 
Gloucs. Matric. Michs. 1839. (C. R. Hudleston.) 

ANDERSON, Sir CHARLES HENRY JOHN, Bart. M.A. 1854. 
incorp. from Oxford. S. of the Rev. Sir Charles John, Bart., 
of Lea Hall, Lines. B. Nov. 24, 1804. Matric. (Oriel College, 
Oxford) Feb. 28, 1823, age i8; B.A. (Oxford) 1826; M..-^. 
1829. Succeeded his father as 9th Bart., Mar. 24, 1846. High 
Sheriff of Lincolnshire, 1851. Of Broughton and of Lea, 
Lines.; restored many churches in Lincolnshire. Author, 
Ancient Models or Hints on Church Building; A Short Guide to 
the County of Lincolnshire. Died s.p.m.s. Oct. 8, 1891, when 
the baronetcy became extinct. (G.E.C., iii. 137; Boose, 
IV. Suppl.) 

ANDERSON, CLAUDIUS WILLIAM ROBERT JOHN. Matric. 
Non-Coil. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1912. B.D. (London) 
1914. Ord. deacon, 191 1; priest (London) 1912; C. of St 
Barnabas, HoUoway, 1911-18. C. of Melcombe Regis, Dorset, 
1918-22. V. of Moulton, Northants., 1922-3. V. of St 
Peter's, Islington, 1925-36-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ANDERSON, DANIEL. Adm. sizar at Clare, Oct. 12, i8i6. 

ANDERSON, DAVID. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. i, 1861. 
S. of David, Bishop of Rupert's Land, N. America. B. 
Dec. 20, 1843, at St Bees, Cumberland. School, Repton. 
Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M..A.. 1869. Ord. deacon, 
1867; priest (London) 1868; C. of St John's, Paddington, 
London, 1867-75. V. of Holy Trinity, Twickenham, Middle- 
sex, i875-9r. Chaplain of the Metropohtan and City Police 
Orphanage, 1875-91. Rural Dean of Hampton, 1881-91. 
R. of St George's, Hanover Square, 1891-1911. Preb. of St 
Paul's, 1909-16. Married and had issue. Of 20, Chester 
Street, Belgrave Square, London. Died Nov. 23, 1916, 
aged 72, at Maxwelton House, Dumfries. Brother of William 
H. (1864). (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDERSON, DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 21, 
1868. Did not reside. 

ANDERSON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Queens', Mar. 31, 1803. 
Of Northumberland. Matric. Michs. 1803; B..A. 1807; M.A. 
i8io; B.D. 1819. Fellow, 1808. (Probably V. of Cumwhitton, 
Cumberland, 1808-21.) R. of Hickling, Notts., 1821-43. 
Died Jan. 5, 1843, aged 58. Buried at Hickling. M.I. 
Father of William P. (1843). (Churches of Notts.; G. Mag., 
1843, I. 327.) 

ANDERSON, EDWARD CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Oct. I, 1869. S. of Frederick Bonaparte, manufacturer, of 
Birmingham. B. June 19, 1838, at Gravesend, Kent. Matric. 
Michs. 1869. Migrated to Caius, Jan. 13, 1870; B.A. 1873- 
M.A. 1876; M.B. 1877; M.D. 1880. In practice at Wolsing- 
ham, Darlington, Durham. .M.A. (Durham) 1878; afterwards 
at Birmingham. (Venn, 11. 390.) 

ANDERSON, EDWARD ERSKINE. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Lent, 1894. S. of Alexander [clerk, D.D. (Aberdeen), 
minister of Edenkillie Free Church]. B. Dec. 28, 1872, at 
Edenkillie, Morayshire. Matric. Lent, 1894. Previously 
at Aberdeen University; M.A. (.Aberdeen) 1893; D.D. 
(.Aberdeen). Ordained to the ministry of the United Free 
Church of Scotland, 1899. Minister at East Kilbride, 
Lanarks., 1899; at Newton-on-Ayr, 1911. Went to Australia. 



Anderson, Henry Maynard 

Principal of St Andrew's College, University of Sydney, 
1920. Hunter-BaiUie Professor of Oriental and Polynesian 
Languages at St Andrew's College, 1924-. Of The Residence, 
St Andrew's College, Sydney, N.S.W. Author, Contmentary 
on the Gospel of St Matthew. (A berdeen Roll of Graduates ; 
Who's Who, 1938.) 

ANDERSON, ERNEST AUGUSTUS. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Michs. 1878. S. of William Dyer, R. of Milton Damerel, 
Devon. B. there Mar. 24, 1859. School, Bedford Grammar. 
B..A. 1882; M.A. 1895. D.D. (Lambeth) 1895. Ord. deacon, 
1882; priest (N. Queensland) 1884; R. of Holy Trinity, 
Mackay, Queensland, 1883-5. V. of Hughenden, 1886-91. 
Hon. Canon of N. Queensland, 1889^1. V. of West Maitland, 
N.S.W., 1891-5. Bishop of Riverina, N.S.W., 1895-1925; 
resigned. Of Courtville, Auckland, New Zealand (1938). 
(Kelly, Handbook, 1936; Crockford, 1938; Who's Who, 1939.) 

ANDERSON, ERNEST DEANE. .\dm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1898. 
2nd s. of Thomas Johnson, merchant, of Kenilworth, near 
Capetown, South Africa. B. Nov. 7, 1880, at Claremont, near 
Cape Town. School, Diocesan College, Rondebosch. Matric. 
Michs. 1898; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class) 1901; B.C. 
1906; M.B. 1908. Clinical .A.ssistant at St Peter's Hospital, 
and at the Children's Hospital, Gt Ormonde Street, London. 
House Physician at St Mary's Hospital, London. Surgeon- 
Lieut, to the ist Life Guards in 1922. Brevet-Col., Royal 
Horse Guards. Brother of Harold M. (1900). (Medical 
Directory, 1922, 1937.) 

ANDERSON, FRANK EUSTACE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 11, 1865. S. of John, of Boston, U.S.A. B. Nov. 2, 
1844, at Merrimac, U.S.A. School, Harvard. Matric. Michs. 
1865; Scholar, 1868; B..-\. 1869. 

ANDERSON, FREDERICK ARTHUR BERTRAM. Adm. pens, 
at Emmanuel, June 22, 1891. S. of J. H., Esq., of Russet- 
tings, Streatham, London, S.W. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 
1895. 

ANDERSON, FREDERICK INGALL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1893. S. of Frederick, P.C. of Hoole, Chester. 
B. at Chester. School, Bradfield. Matric. Michs. 1893; 
Scholar; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1900. Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 
1895. Ord. deacon, 1898; priest (Ely) 1899; C. of St 
Sepulchre's, Cambridge, 1898-1901. C. of Northam, Devon, 
1901-3. Chaplain to the Forces, 1904-26. Served during the 
Great War (mentioned in despatches five times). C.M.G., 
19 16. Officer, Order of the Crown of Italy. Chaplain to the 
King, 1919-34. V. of Boldre, Hants., 1926-32. V. of Sutton 
Court, Chiswick, Middlesex, 1932-7. Of Hillside, East Dean, 
Eastbourne, 1939. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ANDERSON, FREDERICK WEST. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 17, 1861. S. of Matthew (1818), clerk, of St Paul's, 
Heme Hill, London. Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. 1865; M.A. 
1872. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1865; priest (Winchester) 
1868; C. of St Alban's, Rochdale, 1865-7. Held several 
other curacies for short periods, 1867-81. C. of Brighton, 
1881-8. V. of All Saints', Brighton, 1888-9. R- of Oving- 
dean, Sussex, 1889-1917. Resided latterly at 13, St Cathe- 
rine's Terrace, Hove. Died there Jan. 22, 1920. Buried at 
Ovingdean. Brother of Matthew (1848). (T. A. Walker, 520; 
Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDERSON, FREEMAN LIDDELL. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
lune 26, i860. S. of William Marshall, Esq., M.D. B. May 9, 
"1841, in Jamaica. Schools, Cheltenham College and Black- 
heath. .Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864; M..'^. 1867. C. of 
Haworth, Notts., 1866. C. of Gt Ponton, Lines., 1867. C. of 
Shirley, Southampton, 1868. Disappears from Clergy Lists, 
1870. (Venn, 11. 350; Cheltenham Coll. Reg.) 

ANDERSON, GEORGE [WILLIAM]. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Peterhouse, May 15, 1778. Of Yorks. School, Hackney. 
Matric. Michs. 1778; B.A. 1782. Probably s. of Sir William, 
Bart. If so, R. of Epworth, Lines., 1784-5. .Married Lucy, 
dau. of Thomas Plumer, Esq., of LiUing Hall, Yorks. Died 
Apr. 16, 1785. (T. A. Walker, 344; F.M.G., 943; Musgrave, 
ObU.) 

ANDERSON, HAROLD MOLTENO. .-^dm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1900. 3rd s. of Thomas Johnson, merchant. B. Dec. 19, 
1882, at Claremont, Cape Town. School, Diocesan College, 
Rondebosch, Cape Colony. Matric. Michs. 1900. Brother of 
Ernest D. (1898). 

ANDERSON, HARRY FRANCIS. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1895. 
S. of Alexander Bumess, Esq. School, Uppingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1895. Brother of John F. (1881). 

ANDERSON, HENRY MAYNARD. Adm. pens, (age 28) at 
Trinity Hall, July 14, 1858. Of the Cape of Good Hope. 
S. of WiUiam, of Stirling. Matric. Michs. 1858. Migrated to 
Corpus Christi, May 9, 1859; 'of Perths.'; Scholar, 1859; 
B.A. 1862. C.-in-charge of the Mission district of St Luke's, 
Chelsea, Middlesex. Died Sept. 12, 1866, aged 36, at South 
Barrow, Bromley, Kent. (G. Mag., 1866, 11. 563.) 



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ANDERSON, HUGH KERR. Adm. scholar at Caius, Oct. i, 
1884. 3rd s. of James, shipowner, of Hampstead, Middlesex. 
B. there July 6, 1865. Schools, Hampstead (Mr F. W. 
Goldsmith) and Harrow. .Matric. Michs. 1884; Scholar, 
1886-9; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1887; Pt II, 
ist Class, 1888) 1887; M.A. 1891; M.B. and B.C. 1891; M.D. 
1898. Fellow, 1897-1912. Master of the College, 1912-28. 
Studied medicine at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 
1889. Returned to Cambridge and devoted himself to re- 
search in the Physiological Laboratory. College Lecturer in 
Physiology. University Lecturer, 1903-12. University 
Demonstrator in Physiology, 1894 and 1896. F.R.S., 1907. 
A member of the Medical Board of the University; of the 
Press Syndicate, 1906; Chairman of the Press, 1918. Member 
of the Council of the Senate, 1910. A member of the Univer- 
sities' Commission, 1919; and of the University of Cambridge 
Statutory Commission, 1922. Governor of Harrow School, 
1922. Knighted, 1922. Acted as a plenipotentiary in con- 
nection with the gift to the University of the Rockefeller 
Foundation, 1927 and 1928; the 'Anderson Room' in the 
New Library commemorates this work. Chairman of the 
Cambridge Waterworks Company. A member of the Com- 
monwealth Fellowship. Married and had issue. A distin- 
guished physiologist and an able administrator. Author of 
scientific papers on the nervous system. Died Nov. 2, 1928, 
aged 63. {Venn, 11. 470; Cambridge Review; Caian; The 
Times, Nov. 3, 7 and 20, 1928; D.N.B.) 

ANDERSON, JAMES DRUMMOND. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 29, 1872. Of Bengal. S. of James, sirrgeon, of London. 

B. Nov. II, 1852, at Fort William. Bapt. Jan. 19, 1853. 
Schools, Cheltenham College and Rugby. Did not matricu- 
late. Hon. M..\. from Caius, 1909. .\dm. at the Middle 
Temple, June 4, 1873. Entered the Indian Civil Service. 
Assistant Magistrate and Collector in Bengal, 1875. Assistant 
Commissioner and Assistant Secretary to the Chief Com- 
missioner in Assam, 1880. Magistrate and Collector in 
Bengal, 1894-1900; retired. Returned to England. Univer- 
sity teacher in Bengah, 1907-20. Author, A Manual of the 
Bengali Language; The Peoples of India (Cambridge Manuals), 
etc. Died in Cambridge Nov. 24, 1920. (Cheltenham Coll. 
Reg.; Univ. Hist. Reg.) 

ANDERSON, JAMES RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 

Trinity, Apr. i, 1842. S. of Thomas. B. at Northaw, Herts. 

School, Bur>', Suffolk (Mr Donaldson). Matric. Michs. 1842; 

B.A. 1846. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1846; priest (Worcester) 1847. 

R. of Town Bamingham, Norfolk, 1851-66. P.C. of West 

Beckham, 1856-66. R. of Melton-cum-Felbrigg, 1866-72. 

Died 1872. Buried at Melton. Father of Arthur R. (1878). 

(Cant. Act Bk.; Bury Sch. Reg.) 
ANDERSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 11, 1870. 

Matric. Michs. 1870. One of these names died May 26, 1934, 

aged 84, at Inveresk, Armagh Street, Christchurch, New 

Zealand. 
ANDERSON, JOHN FARNWORTH. Adm. pens, at Trinity 

Hall, 1881. S. of Alexander B., Esq., of Liverpool. School, 

Leys, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1881; B..\. and LL.B. 

1884; M..\. 1888. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Liverpool) 1887; 

C. of Christ Church, Sefton Park, Liverpool, 1886-90. Held 
other curacies, 1890-4. V. of Carham, Northumberland, 
1894-1904. C. of Northam, Devon, 1905-13. C. of St 
Andrew's, Burton Overy, 1913-16. Lie. pr., dios. Peter- 
borough and Leicester, 1916-36-. Of Gt Glen, Leicester, 
1938. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ANDERSON, JOHN JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Jan. 2, 
1899. S. and h. of John [Governor of Ceylon, K.C.B.]. B. 
Apr. 29, 1880, at Chelsea, London. School, Dulwich College. 
Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar, 1899; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist 
Class) 1902. Entered the Indian Civil Service, 1903. Served 
in Burma as Assistant Commissioner, 1904. Assistant 
Secretary to the Financial Commissioner, 1909; Deputy 
Commissioner, 1917; Commissioner, 1924; retired, 1933. 
(Peile, 11. 830; India Office List, 1937-) 

ANDERSON, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. i, 
1869. 2nd s. of [Sir] John, civil engineer, of Charlton, Kent. 
B. 1851, at Woolwich. Schools, Aberdeen Gvmnasium and 
Blackheath. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1876. 
F.R.G.S. Author, Travels in Fiji; The Prospector's Handbook. 
Died Nov. 30, 1904, at Harrow. (Venn, 11. 388.) 

ANDERSON, JOSHUA ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1885. S. and h. of William, Esq., of 
Chfton, Bristol. B. Jan. 19, 1867, at Dublin. School, Clifton 
College. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Ord. 
deacon, 1890; priest (Gloucester and Bristol) 1891; C. of 
Christ Church, Clifton, 1890-3. C. of St John's, Blackheath, 
S.E., 1893-8. R. of Arborfield, Berks., 1898-1939-. Proctor 
in Convocation, Oxford, 1922-. Hon. Canon of Christchurch, 
Oxford, 1930-. Rural Dean of Sonning, 1933-9-- Brother of 
WilUam J. (1887). (Burke, L.G., Irish Suppl; Crockford, 
1938; Who's Who, 1939.) 

ANDERSON, KENNETH BELBEN. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 23, 
1900. [S. of Kenneth Lockwood, of Cromwell Road, Ken- 



Anderson, Robert Gerard 

sington, London. B. May 5, 1881.] School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1904; M.A. 1909. A Master at 
Durlestone Court for some ten years. Served in the Great 
War (Lieut., Dorset, R.G.A., 1916). Joined a firm of under- 
writers at Lloyds. Subsequently Director of the Exchange 
Telegraph Company. Of Wentworth House, Weybridge, 
Dorset. Married and had issue. Died Nov. 13, 1925, aged 44, 
at Camberley. Brother of Stuart M. (1898). (Record of Old 
Westminsters; Clare Coll. Mag.; The Times, Nov. 16, 1925.) 
ANDERSON, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at St John's, Julv 7, 
i8i8. B. in Ireland. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. 1823; M.A. 
1827. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Rochester) 1824; 
priest (Bristol) Apr. 3, 1825; C. of Charlton-next-Woolwich, 
1824-7. Minister of the Wesleyan Chapel at East Dulwich, 
Surrey, 1827-44; resigned. V. of St Paul's, Heme Hill, 
Surrey, 1844-69. Minister of the Episcopal Chapel at Nor- 
wood. R. of Kemberton with Sutton Maddock, Salop, 
1869-93. Resided latterly at Sedlescombe rector>', Sussex. 
Died there Feb. 3, 1893, aged 93. Father of Matthew (next) 
and Frederick W. (1861). (Brayley, Surrey, iii. 244, 272, 
386; Scott, MSS.) 
ANDERSON, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, May 8, 
1848. S. of Matthew (above), clerk, of Dulwich, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon, 
1852; priest (Lichfield) 1853. C. of St Peter's, Derby, 1852-4. 
C. of Bordesley, 1854-6. R. of Gt Smeaton, Yorks., 1856-66. 
V. of Buckland-in-Dover, 1866-74. V. of St James's, Shore- 
ditch, London, 1874-84. Died Jan. 29, 1884, at Folkestone. 
Brother of Frederick W. (1861). (Hennessy; T. A. Walker, 
495) 
ANDERSON, MATTHEW EDMUND MOORE. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', Michs. 1899. S. of Robert, C.B. B. July 26, 1880, 
in London. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 
1902. Of Lovedale, Cape Province, South Africa, in 1936. 
Brother of Alan S. M. (1894), etc. (Queens' Coll. Club, 1936.) 
ANDERSON, MAURICE CHAPMAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June II, 1868. S. of Sir George William Anderson, K.C.B. , 
I.C.S. Did not reside. Adm. (age 17) at Trinity Hall, 1869. 
Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873. Died Aug. 20, 1933, aged 83, 
at Norfolk Square, Hyde Park, W. (The Times, Aug. 22, 
1933) 
ANDERSON, OCTAVIUS ARTHUR. Matric. Non-CoU. May, 
1889. Died Oct. 22, 1932, at St Albans. (The Times, Oct. 26, 
1932.) 
ANDERSON, PERCIVAL HEDLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 17, 1890. S. of Wheatley, of 33, Westboume Villas, 
Brighton. B. Dec. 19, 1870, at Quebec, Canada. School, 
Wellington College. Matric. Michs. 1890. In the Galway 
mihtia, 1892; Capt., 1898; retired. (Wellington Coll. Reg.) 
ANDERSON, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 6, 1834. 
Did not reside. Adm. at Corpus Christi, Oct. 18, 1834. S. of 
Thomas, Capt., E.I.C.S., deceased. School, St Paul's, 
London. Exhibitioner; matric. Michs. 1834; Scholar, 1835; 
B..\. 1838; M.A. 1849. Ord. deacon (Durham) July 13, 1839; 
priest (London) Dec. 20, 1840. Licensed in Theology at 
Durham Universitv. Chaplain of the East India Co., 1842; 
at Colaba, Bombay, 1849-57. Started the Bombay Quarterly 
Magazine. Edited the Bombay Quarterly Revieu; 1855. 
Married Dora, dau. of Matthew Potts, Esq., of Carr Hill, 
Durham, Nov. 2, 1842. Author, The English in Western 
India; Forms of Private Prayer. Died Dec. 13, 1857, at 
Malabar Hill, Bombay. Father of William P. (1872). (St 
Paul's Sch. Reg.; Boase; G. Mag., 1842, i. 91.) 
ANDERSON, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 17, 
1809. Of the West Indies. Matric. Michs. 1809. One of these 
names in the Indian Medical Service. B. June 3, 1791. 
M.R.C.S., 1812. Assistant Surgeon to the Forces, 1813; 
Surgeon, 1826; retired, 1837. Died Feb. 12, 1847. A con- 
temporary namesake at Harrow, 1803-4; afterwards at 
Haileybury College, 1804-9. In the Madras Civil Service, 
1810-21. Assistant Orientalist at Haileybury, 1S21-5. 
Author, A Tamil Grammar, and religious works. Died Mar. 
22, 1843 (he was brother of James Stuart Murray Anderson, 
M.A. (Oxon.), R. of Tormarton, Wilts.). See also the next. 
ANDERSON, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Peterhouse, 
Feb. 6, 1823; a 'Ten-year' man. Probably ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 23, 1821, literate; priest, Dec. 22, 1822, as 
of the East India College, Hertford. P.C. of Holy Trinity, 
Brighton, 1841-3. (T. A. Walker, 416.) 
ANDERSON, ROBERT GERARD. Adm. pens, (age 24) at 
Trinity, May 29, 1854. S. of Thomas [merchant, of Old 
Broad Street, London]. B. June 9, 1830, at Clapham, 
London. School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1854; B.A. 1858; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon, 1858; priest 
(York) 1859; V. of Manton, Rutland, 1859-66. V. of Walcot, 
Lines., 1866-79. Of Maison Louis Masson, Veytaux, Switzer- 
land, in 1886; later, of Wallington Lodge, Surrey. Died Apr. 
20, 1889, at Bath. (Clergy List; History of Northumberland, 
XIII. 318.) 



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Anderson, Rupert Darnley 

ANDERSON, RUPERT DARNLEY. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, 1879. S. of Thomas Darnley. deceased, late of 
Waverley Abbey, Famham, Surrey. B. Apr. 29, 1859. 
School. Eton. Matric. Michs. 1879. Sometime in Florida 
with Lindsay Bury, orange planter, who was also at Eton 
and afterwards at Trinity College. Of Waverley Abbey, 
Famham, Surrey; formerly of Ravenhill, Rugeley, Staffs. 
J.P. for Staffs., 1892. J.P. and D.L. for Surrey, 1901. O.B.E., 
1918. Married and had issue. Brother of William J. (1880). 
{Eton Sch. Lists; Who's Who, 1938.) 

ANDERSON, SAMUEL RUTHVEN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Tri.vity, May 8, 1847. S. of Samuel, of Bonn, Germany. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851. Ord. 
deacon, 1852; priest (London) 1853; C. of Hounslow, 
Middlesex, 1853-65. V. of Otley, Yorks., 1865-88. P.C. of 
Famley, 1866-88. Rural Dean, 1871. Chaplain of Wharfe- 
dale Union, 1874. Died May 12, 1888, aged 59, at Harrogate. 
{Winchester Coll. Reg.; Crockford.) 

ANDERSON, STUART GORDON. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1893. 
S. of James .\le.xander. Col., of 19, Portman Square, London, 
S.W. School, Newton College, Devon. Matric. Michs. 1893. 

ANDERSON, STUART MILLIGAN. Adm. at Clare, July 11, 
1898. S. of Kenneth Lockwood, of Cromwell Road, Ken- 
sington, London. B. Sept. 23, 1879. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 189S. Entered the .^rmy (and Lieut., R.A., 
1900; Lieut., 1901; Capt., 1910). Served in the South 
African War (Instructor, Field Artillery, .Australian Common- 
wealth Military Forces, 1912). In the Great War, Major, 
R.A., 1914; Brevet Lieut.-Col., 1918; mentioned in de- 
spatches; D.S.O., 1917; American D.S.M., and Legion of 
Honour, 5th Class. Retired with hon. rank of Brig. -Gen., 
1920. \ Director of the Exchange Telegraph Co., Ltd. 
Married and had issue. Of Harry Warren House, Studland, 
Dorset. Brother of Kenneth B. (1900). (Record of Old 
Westminsters; Kelly, Handbook, 1938.) 

ANDERSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Dec. II, 1826. S. of Thomas. B. at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
School, Richmond, Yorks. (Mr Tate). Matric. Michs. 1827; 
B..'\. 1832; M.A. 1836. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 20, 1830, 
age 22, as 's. and h. of Thomas, Esq., of Newcastle-on-Tyne.' 
Probably the Thomas Anderson, of Anderson Place, New- 
castle-on-Tyne, who sold Anderson Place and bought Little 
Harle Tower, Northumberland. J. P., D.L. High Sheriff of 
Northumberland. 1843. Married Emily, dau. of the Rev. 
John Fisher, of Wavendon, Bucks., .\pr. 20, 1841. Died 
Oct. 28, 1872. (Burke, L.G., 1937.) 

ANDERSON, THOMAS. .Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, .Apr. 27, 
1831. Of Cambs. Matric. Michs. 1831; Scholar, 1832; B..A. 
1838. Probably C. of East Dereham, Norfolk, in 1849. C. of 
Cluist Church, Mar\-Iebone, London, 185 1-7; P.C. of 
Seathwaite, Lanes., 1857-60; 'B.A.' Died there July 6, 
i860, aged 46. (G. Mag., i86o, 11. 321; Clergy Lists.) 

ANDERSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at E.mmanuel, Mar. 30, 
1855. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1862. Ord. 
deacon, 1859; priest (Ely) i860; C. of St Peter's, Sudbury, 
1859-65. V. of Pokesdown, Hants., 1868-86. Living at 
Bournemouth in 1900. Died there Apr. 29, 1917, aged 81. 
{Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDERSON, THOMAS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 8, 1871. 2nd s. of James, deceased, late of 21, Raglan 
Road, Dublin [and of Grace Dieu, Co. Waterford], B. 
June 26, 1852, at Waterford. School, Cheltenham College. 
Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875. Of Grace Dieu Lodge. 
J.P. and D.L. for Co. Waterford. High Sheriff, 1885. J.P. 
for Co. Kilkenny. Twice married and had issue. Died Sept. 5, 
1925. (Burke, L.G., Irish Suppl.) 

ANDERSON, THOMAS WILSON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 

Jesus, Nov. 17, 1848. Of Hants. S. of , Esq., R.N. 

Matric. Lent, 1849; B.A. 1853. Ord. deacon, 1854; priest 
(Peterb.) 1855; C. of Brockhall, Northants., 1854-68. R. of 
Skeyton, Norfolk, 1872-82. Married and had issue. Died 
May 20, 1882. {Stemmaia Alstoniana; Crockford.) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
July 6, 1844. S. of Joseph. B. in London. School, Hamp- 
stead Norreys, Berks. (Mr Blissard). Matric. Michs. 1844; 
B.A. 1849; M.A. 1854. Ord. deacon, 1S49; priest (Rochester) 
1850. C. of Chigwell, 1849-52. Died Sept. 23, 1903, aged 77, 
at Old Romney. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 1898. 
S. of Mrs Anderson, of Kirk Street, Newark-on-Trent. 
Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901. Ord. deacon, 1902; priest 
(Rochester) 1903; C. of St Katherine's, Rotherhithe, Surrey, 
1902-6. C. of St Stephen's, Clewer, 1906-8. C. of the Holy 
Nativity, Knowle, Bristol, 1908-11. C. of Teddington, 1908. 
C. of St Cyprian's, Roath, Glam., 1911-13. Became a 
Roman Catholic, 1913. (P. E. Towell.) 



Anderson, William Philpot 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM BLAIR. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Sept. 30, 1899. S. of William Blair, of 13, Gladstone Place, 
Aberdeen. B. July 28, 1877, at Aberdeen. School, Aberdeen 
University. Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar, 1901; Browne 
Medal; Members' prizeman, 1902; B.A. (Class. Trip., Pt I, 
1st Class, 1901; Pt II, ist Class, 1903) 1903; M.A. 1908. 
Fellow of St John's College, 1936. Lecturer in Classics at 
Manchester University, 1903-6. Professor of Latin at 
Queens' University, Kingston, Canada, 1906-13. D.Litt. 
(Aberdeen). Professor of Imperial Latin at Manchester 
University, 1913-29; Hulme Professor of Latin at Man- 
chester University, 1929-36. Kennedy Professor of Latin at 
Cambridge, 1936-. Editor of classical works. Of 31, Mading- 
ley Road, Cambridge. (Univ. Cal., 1937-8; Who's Who, 
1938.) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM DUNCAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 16, 1863. S. of Duncan. B. Oct. 29, 1843, in London. 
Matric. Michs. 1863. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM DUNLOP. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 7, 1876. S. of .Alexander, of Ardsheal, near Bally- 
chulish, .Argyll. B. July 10, 1858, at Oxton, Cheshire. School, 
Birkenhead proprietary (Mr Pearse). Matric. Michs. 1876; 
B..A. 1880; M.A. and M.B. 1886. At St George's Hospital, 
London. M.R.C.S., 1S84. .Assistant House Surgeon at the 
Royal Berkshire Hospital. Hon. Physician at the Cumber- 
land Infirmary, 1909-12. Hon. .Anaesthetist at the War 
Hospital, Cariisle, 1917-18. O.B.E. Of Chestnut Hill, 
Keswick, Cumberland (retired). Hon. Radiographer to the 
Cottage Hospital, Keswick, in 1927. Author, medical. 
(Reg. of the Senate, 1937; Medical Wlio's Who, 1927; Medical 
Directory, 1938.) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM HERBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 7, 1864. S. of David, Bishop of Rupert's Land, and of 
Clifton, Bristol. B. May 21, 1846, at St Bees, Cumberland. 
School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1879. 
Rowing 'blue.' Planter in Ceylon. Died July i, 1920, 
aged 74, at 12, Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, London. 
Buried at CUfton, Bristol. M.I. Brother of David (1861). 
(Repton Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. I, 1887. S. of William, Esq., of Clifton, Bristol. 
B. Mar. 2, 1869, at Donnybrook, Ireland. Matric. Michs. 
1887; B.A. 1890. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Brother of Joshua A. 
(1885). (Burke, L.G., Irish Suppl., 1937.) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM [JOHN]. -Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
.Apr. 17, 1809. Of Yorks. S. of John, Esq. B. at Temple 
House, Bedale, Yorks. School, York (Mr Graham). Matric. 
Michs. 1809 (W. J.); Exhibitioner, 1809; Scholar, 1812; 
B.A. 1813. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 9, 1880. S. of Thomas Darnley, of Waverley Abbey, 
Famham, Surrey. B. Aug. 12, 1861, at Liverpool. School, 
Eton. Matric. AUchs. 1880. For some years in Montana. 
Living at Waverley .Abbey, Famham, in 1890. Brother of 
Rupert D. (1879). 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM MASON. .Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 6, 1883. S. of Humphrey GUlbe, commercial clerk. B. 
.Aug. 21, 1864, at Burton-on-Trent. Bapt. Aug. 10, 1866. 
School, Burton-on-Trent Grammar (Mr J. W. Beckett). 
Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. Ord. deacon, 1887; priest 
(Bath and Wells) 1888; C. of Bath, 1887-8. C. of Farringdon, 
1888—93. R. of Durweston with Bryanston, Salop, 1893- 
1912; retired. 'Travelling', in Crockford, 1915-19, and 
disappears therefrom, 1920. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM PALEY. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
May 9, 1843. S. of Edward (1803), R. of HickUng, Notts. B. 
there Dec. 2, 1824. School, Stamford (Mr Gretton). Matric. 
Michs. 1843; Scholar; B..A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1847; 
M.A. (Emmanuel) 1850; B.D. 1857. Fellow of St John's. 
Migrated to Emmanuel, June 28, 1850. Fellow and Tutor of 
Emmanuel, 1850. Ord. deacon, 1852; priest (Ely) 1853. 
Assistant Master at Tonbridge School, Kent, 1848-50. R. of 
Winsford, Somerset, 1857-1908. Preb. of Wells, 1892-1908. 
Died Feb. 13, 1908, aged 83, at Winsford. (Crockford; 
Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM PHILPOT or PHILPOTT. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Jesus, Oct. i, 1872. S. of Philip (1834), clerk, 
deceased [formerly chaplain at Colaba, Bombay]. B. there 
Jan. 29, 1853. School, Lancing. Matric. Michs. 1872 (W. 
Philpott); B..A. 1876. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1877; priest, 1879; 
C. of Christ Church, Luton, Beds., 1877-9. Chaplain to the 
Hon. A. Hay-Drummond, R.N., 1880-1; to the Earl of Mar 
and Kellie, 1881-S. C. of Latton, Wilts., 1889-91. V. of 
Latton with Eisey, 1891-8. Lived for some time at Marl- 
borough; afterwards of Uckfield, Sussex; still there 1919. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1923. (Lancing Sch. Reg.) 



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Anderson, Yarborough 

ANDERSON, YARBOROUGH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 24, 
1869. 2nd s. of William Charles, siirgeon, of York. B. there 
Sept. 30, 1850. School, St Peter's, York. Matric. Michs. 
1869; Scholar, 1869; B.A. 1873; LL.B. 1874; M.A. 1880. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 20, 1872. Called to the Bar, 
1875. On the North-Eastem circuit. Revising Barrister. 
Joint editor of Leigh and Marchant's Guide to Election Law. 
Died Apr. 22, 1917, at Scarborough. (Peile, 11. 610.) 

ANDERSON-PELHAM, see PELHAM, Hon. CHARLES ANDER- 
SON. 

ANDERSSON, LARS AKSEL. Adm. pens, (age 28) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1879. S. of Lars Peter, Esq., M.P. in Sweden. B. at 
Hahnstad, Sweden. School, Upsala University. 

ANDERTON, HAROLD GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 8, 1895. S. of Wilham, physician and surgeon, of 
Ormskirk, Lanes. B. there Jan. 11, 1878. Schools, Ormskirk 
Grjimmar (Rev. Jones) and Merchant Taylors', Crosby, 
Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1895. 

ANDERTON, HENRY LYON. Adm. pens, at Caius, Aug. 2, 
1864. S. and h. of John William, manufacturer, of Cleck- 
heaton, Leeds. B. there Dec. 8, 1844. School, Huddersfield 
College. Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; LL.B. 1868. 
President of the Union Society, 1866. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Apr. 17, i868, as 's. of William, of Cleckheaton.' 
Called to the Bar, 1871. On the Northern Circuit. Died 
Dec. 23, 1873, of typhoid fever, at Cleckheaton. Brother of 
William E. (1872). (Venn, 11. 367.) 

ANDERTON, JOSEPH [HEYWOOD]. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 19, 1821. S. of Joseph, of Manchester. School, Shrews- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1822, as Joseph Heywood; B.A. 1826; 
M.A. 1831. Ord. deacon, 1829; priest (Chester) 1830. P.C. 
(afterwards patron) of Clitheroe, Lanes., 1835-78. Died 
1878. (Victoria Co. Hist., Lanes., vi. 371.) 

ANDERTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 13, 
1863. S. of John, organ builder. B. Apr. 15, 1836, at Bir- 
mingham. Mus. Bac. 1865. Teacher of music at Birmingham 
and organist at SolihuU. Conductor of the singing class at 
the Birmingham and Midland Institute. Lectured on 
musical subjects. Musical critic of the Birmingham Daily 
Gazette. Part proprietor and editor of the Midland Counties 
Herald. Retired from the musical profession, 1874. Composer 
of cantatas, songs and orchestral music. Author, Letters from 
a Country Home. (G. P. Brown and S. Stratton, British 
Musical Biographies.) 

ANDERTON, WILLIAM EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 7, 1872. S. of William, worsted spinner. B. Aug. 7, 
1853, at Cleckheaton. Matric. Miehs. 1872; B.A. 1876 
(Moral Sei. Trip., ist Class, 1875); M.A. 1879. Entered the 
Congregational Ministry. Minister at Morley, Yorks., 1877- 
83; at Woodford Green, 1884-1905. Died there Oct. 16, 
i937i aged 84. Brother of Henry L. (1864). (Congregaticmal 
Year Book, 1937; The Times, Oct. 18, 1937.) 

ANDRADE, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, May 14, 
1889. S. of David. B. at Highbury, Middlesex. [School, 
Islington High.] Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. B.Sc. 
(London) 1896. Master at Birkenhead Institute, 1893-6; 
at Wallasey Grammar School for four years; at Stourbridge 
Grammar School, 1902-3. Assistant Master at St Olave's 
Grammar School, London, S.E., 1903-16. (Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1908-16.) 

ANDRAS, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, July i, 
1856. S. of John Abraham (next), clerk. B. Mar. i, 1836, at 
Lee. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860; M.A. 1863. Ord. 
deacon, 1861; priest (London) 1862. C. of Greenwich, 1861-3. 
Head Master of Huntingdon Grammar School, 1863-6. 
Second Master of the Royal Grammar School, Lancaster, 
1866-8. Chaplain to the English residents connected with 
the Caucasus railway, 1869-71; of the Lewisham Union, 
1873-80; at Odessa, 1880-3; at Woolwich Union, 1884-93. 
Went to Canada. C. of Wetaskiwin, 1893-5; incumbent 
there, 1895-1902. R. of Victor, Colorado, 1902-5. Returned 
to England. C. of St Werburgh, Bristol, 1905-7. Resided 
latterly at 39, Fairfield Road, Bristol. Died Aug. 14, 1911, 
aged 75, at Bristol. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDRAS, JOHN ABRAHAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Feb. 4, 
1829. Of Dorset. Matric. Michs. 1829; Scholar, 1832; B.A. 
1833; M.A. 1853. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1833; priest (Exeter) 
1834. Assistant Master at Blackheath Proprietary School, 
1841. Chaplain of Lewisham Union, Kent, 1842-73. Some- 
time Principal of Blackheath College; there in 1860-8-. 
Lived at Lee, Kent, S.E., 1870-3. Died (?) 1873. Father of 
Charles H. (above). (Records of Rochester Diocese.) 

ANDREAE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 15, 1891. 
S. of Theodore, of The Planes, East Sheen, Surrey. B. Mar. 7, 
1873, at Walthamstow, Essex. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894. A member of the London Stock 
Exchange. Of 6, West Eaton Place, London, S.W. 1. (Harrow 
Sch. Reg.) 
ANDREW, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 3, 
1846. S. of James. B. at Wemeth, Stockport, Cheshire. 



Andrew, Henry Whitworth 

ANDREW ALFRED ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 1, 1864. Of Norfolk. [2nd s. of William Wayte, 
clerk, of Wood Hall, Norfolk. B. Aug. 13, 1844.] Matric. 
Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1873. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Nov. II, 1867. Called to the Bar, 1871. Of Sawbridgeworth, 
Herts. Died July 25, 1913, aged 68, in London. Buried at 
Ketteringham, near Wymondham, Norfolk. Brother of 
William W. W. (1854). (Seott, MSS.; The Times, July 29, 
1913-) 
ANDREW, BURNLEY WILD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
Oct. 1, 1869. S. of John James, solicitor. B. 1852, at Dept- 
ford. School, Blackheath Proprietary. Matric. Michs. 1870. 
ANDREW, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 10, 
1883. S. of Thomas (1836), clerk, deceased. B. Jan. 27, 1867, 
at Thriplow, Essex. School, Felsted. Matric. Michs. 1883; 
Scholar; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Of 6, Park Avenue, Castle 
Cary, Somerset, in 1938. (Reg. of the Senate, 1938.) 
ANDREW, EDWARD GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus. 
Aug. 12, 1863. S. of Richard (1818), clerk, deceased. B. 
Oct. 14, 1842, at Spaldwick, Hunts. School, Canterbury 
Clergy Orphan. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867. Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) 1867; priest (Ely) 1868; C. of Chilham, Kent, 
1867-8. C. of Conington, Hunts., 1868-75. R- of Water- 
Stratford, Bucks., 1875-87. Hon. Secretary of the Clergy 
Orphan Corporation, 1875-1906. V. of Mundon, Essex, 
1889-1906. Died there June 8, 1906, aged 63. Brother of 
Henry (1865). (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 
ANDREW, ERNEST DUNCAN. Adm. at Clare, June 6, 1872. 

Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1878. 
ANDREW, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 4, 1845. 

Matric. Lent, 1846. 
ANDREW, GEORGE HERBERT. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 4, 1895. 
B. 1876. School, King's College, Taunton. Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Master at Horton Hall, 
Northampton, for two years ; at Horton School, Ickwell Bury, 
Beds., 1900-2. Assistant Master at Lancing College, 1902-3. 
Naval Instructor, 1903-26; retired with rank of Instructor 
Capt., 1926. Served in the Great War (Instructor Lieut., 
R.N.; at the Battle of the Falkland Islands, 1914; at the 
Battle of Jutland, 1916; mentioned in despatches). Secretary 
of the Royal Naval Club, Portsmouth, 1926-35. Of Congress 
House, Southsea. Occurs in the Reg. of the Senate, 1937. 
(Univ. War List; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1904.) 
ANDREW, GILBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Clare, Jan. 19, 
1769. [3rd s. of John, of Creeton, Northants.] B. there 
Aug. 30, 1743. Matric. Easter, 1770. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
Sept. 30, 1770; priest. Mar. 31, 1771. R. of Harleston, 

Northants., 1771-1808. Married Catherine, dau. of , 

Cant. Died s.p. Oct. 11, 1808, aged 65. Buried at Harleston. 
M.I. (Scott, MSS.; Baker, i. 168, 172; H. I. Longden; G. 
Mag., 1808, n. where he is styled 'M.A.') 
ANDREW, GILES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 1868. S. of 
WilUam. E. at Ashton-under-Lyne, Lanes. Bapt. Dec. 12, 
1852. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875; LL.M. 
1885. Ord. deacon, 1880; priest (Ely) 1881; C. of Wilshamp- 
stead, Beds., 1880-1. Head Master of Churcher's College, 
Petersfield, Hants., 1881-93. V. of Gt Longstone, Derbs., 
1893-1917. V. of Rolvenden, Kent, 1917-28; retired. Of 
47, Eversleigh Place, St Leonards-on-Sea. Perhaps brother 
of John E. (1877). (Crockford, 1938.) 
ANDREW, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Dec. 13, 
1865. S. of Richard (1818), clerk, deceased [late V. of 
Spaldwick, Hunts.]. B. there May 29, 1847. School, Clergy 
Orphan, Canterbury (Rev. D. Butler). Matric. Miehs. 1866; 
B.A. 1870. Ord. deacon, 1872; priest (Norwich) 1873; C. of 
Walton, Suffolk, 1872-81. V. of Griston, Norfolk, 1881- 
1936-. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1932-6-. Brother of Edward 
G. (1863). (Crockford, 1938.) 
ANDREW, HENRY MARTYN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 3, 
1868. S. of Matthew [Wesleyan minister; afterwards a 
merchant, at Melbourne, AustraUa]. B. Jan. 3, 1845, at 
Bridgnorth, Salop. Matric. Michs. 1868; Scholar, 1870; 
Prizeman; B.A. (27th Wrangler) 1872; M.A. 1875. Previously 
in Australia. Second Master at Wesley College, Melbourne, 
1866-8. Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy 
at the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, GIoucs., 
1872-5. Returned to Melbourne. Head Master of Wesley 
College, 1875-82. Lecturer in Natural Philosophy at Mel- 
bourne University, 1882. First Professor there of Natural 
Philosophy, 1883-8. Joint Secretary of the Senate, and a 
Member of the University Council. Author of a paper on 
'Brain waves.' Died Sept. 18, 1888, on board the P. and O. 
steamer Massilia, near Aden. (Boase, iv. Suppl.) 
ANDREW, HENRY WHITWORTH. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 10, 1872. S. of Henry, surgeon. B. Oct. 6, 1852, at 
Truro, Cornwall. School, Sherborne (Dr Harper). Matric. 
Michs. 1872; Scholar, 1872; B.A. (12th Wrangler) 1876. Adm. 
at Lincohi's Inn, Apr. 25, 1876. Called to the Bar, 1879. 
Conveyancer and equity draftsman. Died Mar. 28, 1918, at 
Lugano. (Peile, 11. 623; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 



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ANDREW, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Oct. 11, 1827. 
S. of James, clerk, LL.D., and Head Master of the Military 
Academy, Addiscombe, Surrey (for whom see D.N.B.). B. 
there. School, Woodford (Dr Andrew). Matric. Michs. 1828; 
M.B. 1833; Lie. Med. 1836; M.D. 1839. F.R.C.P. (Edin- 
burgh) 1840; F.R.S.E. Practised in Edinburgh. Physician 
to the Royal Infirmary and Dispensary, 1846-56. Died 
Dec. I, 1859, at 15, Queen Street, Edinburgh. {Venn, 11. 
203; Boose.) 
ANDREW, JAMES HARDY. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 12, 
1862. S. of John, master spinner. B. Sept. 8, 1823, at Lees, 
Ashton-under-Lyne, Lanes. Migrated to Christ's, Oct. 7, 
1862. Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1876. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1865; priest, 1866; C. of Tideswell, Derbs., 
1865-70. C. of Littleham, Devon, 1870-1. C. of St Thomas', 
Ardwick, Manchester, 1871-5. V. of Hartington, Derbs., 
1875-91. Died 1891. Brother of Samuel (1856). (Peile, 11. 
574-) 
ANDREW, JAMES HARDY. Matric. Non-CoU. Nov. 1880; B.A. 
1889. Ord. deacon, 1903; priest (Ripon) 1905; C. of Burman 
Tofts, Yorks., 1903-11. C. of Tipton, 1911-21. V. of Nor- 
man's Heath, Tamworth, 1921-3. V. of Milwich, Staffs., 
1923-7. Not in Crockford, 1928. (Crockford.) 
ANDREW, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Nov. 12, 1788. Of 
Northants. [S. of Robert, of Daventry. B. Mar. 20, 1771. 
School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1788; B.A. 1792; M.A. 1795. 
Ord. priest (Peterb.) Oct. 1796, as 'M.A. of Queens' College, 
Cambridge.' According to a statement in the Pari. Reg. of 
Newnham, Cudworth Bruck the preceding curate gave the 
Registers of Badby and Newnham to the Rev. John Andrew, 
of Daventry, Feb. 12, 1794. It would seem that John Andrew 
was first C. of Daventry, and probably C. of Badby and 
Newnham as deacon till his priesthood in Oct. 1796. Died 
May 17, 1801, aged 30. M.I. at Daventry. [To be distin- 
guished from John Andrew, M.A., Preb. of Exeter, 1794-9, 
and Archdeacon of Barnstaple 1798-9; died July 3 (? 10) 
1799, aged 49 ; see Le Neve, Fasti Eccles., 1. 408 ; and G. Mag., 
1799, II. 629, where the dates do not coincide with those in Le 
Neve.] See also note sub .'\ndrews, John, M.A., 1784. (Baker, 
1. 332; H. I. Longden; Northants. and Rutland Clergy.) 
ANDREW, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 24, 1792. 
Of Northants. [Doubtless 3rd s. of Robert, Esq., of Harleston, 
Northants. Bapt. there May 22, 1774.] Matric. Michs. 1793; 
B.A. 1797. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) July 9, 1797. C. of Brock- 
hall, 1797. Perhaps V. of Dodford, Northants. (according to 
the pedigree in Baker, 1. 168; but does not appear in the 
list of vicars of Dodford). Died July 25, 1799. Buried at 
Harleston, July 31, 1799. Brother of Robert (1791). 
(Baker, i. 168; G. Mag., 1799, 11. 718; Northants. and Ruttatid 
Clergy.) 

ANDREW, JOHN EDMUND. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1877. 
Adm. (age 22) at Caius, Apr. 1878. S. of the late W., cotton- 
spinner. B. at Royton, near Manchester. Schools, Lichfield 
and Tideswell. B.A. 1881. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1881; 
priest (Salisbury) 1883; C. of Leeds, Kent, 1881. C. of Farley, 
Wilts., 1883. C. of Tideswell, Derbs., 1885-8. V. of Derwent 
Woodlands, 1888-97. Deprived of his living, 1897. Perhaps 
brother of GUes (1868). (I'enn, 11. 432.) 

ANDREW, JOHN RICHARDSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 5, 1880. S. of Richardson, manufacturer, of Prestbury, 
Macclesfield. B. there. Bapt. Jan. 16, 1862. [School, 
Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1880. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

ANDREW, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, July 11, 
1818. S. of John. B. at Lincoln. School, Lincoln (Mr Carter). 
.Matric. Michs. 1819; Scholar, 1822; B.A. 1823; M.A. 1827. 
V. of Spaldwick, Hunts., 1838-48. Died Feb. 9 (? 10) 1848, 
aged 48, at Spaldwick. M.I. (brass). Father of Edward G. 
(1863) and Henry (1865). (G. Mag., 1848, i. 448, where he 
occurs as Andrews.) 

ANDREW, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Apr. ig, 
1 79 1. Of . Northants. [Doubtless s. and h. of Robert, of 
Harleston. Bapt. Oct. 5, 1770.] Matric. Lent, 1792. Of 
Harleston, Esq. Sheriff of Northants., 1809. Married 
Frances, dau. of Charles James Packe, of Prestwould, 
Leics., May 16, 1799- Doubtless brother of John (1792). 
(Baker, 1. 168.) 

ANDREW, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 15, 1856; 
a 'Ten-year' man. Of Lanes. S. of John, cotton-spinner. 
B. at The Manor House, Lees, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lanes. 
Bapt. Aug. 27, 1820. The last of the 'Ten-year' men. This 
name was on the College boards for nearly 45 years. Ord. 
deacon, 1853; priest (Lichfield) 1854; C. of St Michael's, 
Lichfield, 1853-9. P-C. of Wall, near Lichfield, 1859-64; 
built a vicarage there. V. of Tideswell, Derbs., 1864-1900; 
spent £16,000 on the parish church, known locally as the 
'Cathedral of the Peak,' while he was called 'bishop of the 
Peak.' Rural Dean of Eyam. Preb. of Lichfield, 1879-85. 
Rural Dean of Buxton, and Hon. Canon of Southwell, 1885- 
900. Designed and built schools and churches at Miller's 



Andrewes, Gerrard 

Dale, Cressbrook, Litton and Wardlow. Died Apr. 14, 1900, 
aged 79, at Tideswell vicarage. Memorial brass at Tideswell. 
Brother of James H. (1862). (Eagle, xxi. 353; Boase, iv. 
Suppl.) 

ANDREW, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Nov. 2, 1756. 
Of Northants. Matric. Lent, 1758; B.A. 1761. Ord. priest 
(Peterb.) Sept. 19, 1762. One of these names R. of Harleston, 
Northants., 1762-8; buried there Oct. 6, 1768. [In the pedi- 
gree of Andrew, of Harleston, given in Baker, Northants., i. 
168, Thomas, V. of Harleston, occurs as son of William; 
bapt. Sept. 10, 1706; buried (unmarried) Oct. 6, 1768, at 
Harleston. In the list of Vicars of Harleston (Baker, i. 
172), he is styled 'B.A. of Queens' College, Cambridge.'] 
(H. I. Longden; Northants. and Rutland Clergy.) 

ANDREW or ANDREWS, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Pembroke, 
June 29, 1836. S. and h. of Thomas, mercer, of Cheltenham, 
Gloucs. B. at Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1836, as Andrew, 
Thomas; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1844. Ord. deacon, 1841; priest, 
1842. V. of Firbank, Westmorland, 1847-9. V. of Thriplow, 
Herts., 1849-74. Died there Apr. 28, 1874, aged 59. Father 
of Charles J. (1883). (Pembroke Adm. Reg.; Crockford; 
Scott, MSS.) 

ANDREW, WALTER MALCOLM. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
Jan. 28, 1864. S. of Mrs Andrew, of i, Stamford Street, S. 
Kensington, London. School, Kensington Proprietary. 
Matric. Lent, 1864. 

ANDREW, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 10, 
1796. Of Devon. Matric. Michs. 1796; Scholar, 1797; B.A. 
1802; M.A. 1805. 

ANDREW, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 3, 1868. Of Yorks. S. of Charles, Esq., deceased, of 
London, S.E. B. Oct. 24, 1850. School, Hevesham (? Hever- 
sham) Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1868. Became a Non-CoU. 
student and then adm. at Peterhouse, Apr. 29, 1878; B.A. 
1879; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon, 1879; priest (Bath and 
Wells) 1881; C. of Batcomb, Somerset, 1879-92. C. of 
Kyre-Wyard, Worcs., 1892-5. R. of Stoke-Bliss, 1895-1902. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1903. (T. A. Walker, 552.) 

ANDREW, WILLIAM WICKES WAYTE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Caius, June 26, 1854. S. of William Wayte [M.A. (Oxon.)], 
clerk, of Wood Hall, Hethersett, Norfolk, and V. of Ketter- 
ingham. B. at Gt Witchingham. School, Norwich (Rev. J. 
Perowne). Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1858; M.B. 1861. 
Studied medicine at St Bartholomew's Hospital, and at 
Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge. M.R.C.S., i860. In 
medical practice at Hendon, Middlesex. Medical Officer to 
the Hendon Union. Surgeon to the Southern Division of 
the Metropolitan Police and to the Hendon Division of the 
General Post Office. Previously well known as an army 
surgeon. Died Aug. 8, 1908, aged 73, at Hendon, as the 
result of gnats' stings while driWng in his carriage. Brother 
of Alfred .\. (1864). (Venn, 11. 318; The Times, Aug. 11, 
1908.) 

ANDREWES, see also ANDREWS. 

ANDREWES, CHARLES NESFIELD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 29, 1895. S. of Nesfield (1863), clerk, of Villa Ifinger, 
Meran, Tirol, Austria. B. Apr. 18, 1876, at Southwater, 
Horsham, Sussex. School, Bradfield (Dr Gray). Matric. 
Michs. 1895; B.A. 1899. Joined the South Devon Yeomanry, 
1902. In the Great War, Lieut., Labour Corps. Died Nov. 
29, 1918, on active service. (Univ. War List.) 

ANDREWES [post UTHWATT], EUSEBIUS ANDREWES. Adm. 
pens, at St John's, June 24, 1826. [6th s. of Henry (1773), 
clerk], of Gt Linford Place, near Newport Pagnell, Bucks. 
B. June 21, 1807. Matric. Michs. 1826, as Uthwatt, E. A.; 
B.A. 1830, as Uthwatt. Ord. deacon, 1832; priest, 1833, as 
Uthwatt, E. A. R. of Foxcote, Bucks., 1843-86. Of the 
White House, Buckingham, and of Middleton-on-the-Hill, 
Heref. [For change of name see note sub Henry (1773).] 
Married Jane Lucy, dau. of James Long Hutton Long, R. of 
Maids Moreton, Bucks., July 25, 1838. Died Aug. 26, 1891. 
Brother of WiUiam (1812). (Burke, L.G.). 

ANDREWES, GERRARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
May 23, 1769. S. of Gerrard, of Leicester [V. of Syston and 
of St Nicholas, Leicester.] B. there Apr. 3, 1750. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1769; Scholar, 1770; B.A. 
1773; M.A. 1779; D.D. 1807. Fellow, 1774. Usher at West- 
minster School, 1771-84. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 15, 
1776. R. of Zeal Monachorum, Dorset, 1788. Preacher at 
Magdalen Hospital, London, 1791; at the Foundling Hospital, 
1799. R. of Mickleham, Surrey, 1800-13. R- of St James's, 
Piccadilly, London, 1802-25. Dean of Canterbury, 1809-25. 
V. of Gt Bookham, Surrey, 1820-1. Married Elizabeth Maria, 
dau. of Thomas Ball (? Bale), R. of Wymondham, Leics., 
Dec. 1, 1788. Author, Sermons. Died June 2. 1825, aged 75. 
Buried at Gt Bookham. M.I. Father of Gerrard T. (next). 
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ANDREWES, GERRARD THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 29, 1813. [S. and h. of Gerrard (above), clerk. B. i795-] 
School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar, 1814; 
B.A. 1817; M.A. 1820. Ord. deacon 1818; priest (Ely, Litt. 
dim. from Canterbury) May 14, 1819; R. of All Hallow's, 
Bread Street, with St John the Evangelist, London, 1819-51. 
A Six preacher of Canterbury Cathedral, 1821-32. Chaplain 
to the House of Commons, 1839-49. Clerk-in-Orders at St 
James's, Westminster, 1842-51. Married EUzabeth Catherine, 
dau. of William Heberden, M.D., of London, June 10, 1819. 
Died Jime 22, 1 851, at 8, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, London. 
Buried at Gt Bookham. {Boose, iv. Suppl.; G. Mag.) 

ANDREWES [post UTHWATT], HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Trinity, June 9, 1773. 2nd s. of WUliam, of Buckingham. 
B. Aug. 18, 1755. School, Westminster. Matric. Lent, 1774. 
Scholar, 1774; B.A. i777- Ord. priest (Peterb.) Dec. 20, 
1789; C. of Plumpton, 1 789-1800. C. of Blakesley, Northants. 
Of Gt Linford, Bucks. Lord of the Manor. High Sheriff of 
Bucks. Took by Royal Licence the surname of Uthwatt in 
lieu of that of Andrewes for himself and his issue male, in 
accordance with the will of his godfather, Henry Uthwatt, 
of Gt Linford, Mar. 18, 1803. Married Judith, dau. of 
Thomas Yates, of Culworth, Northants., Mar. 10, 1783. 
Died Oct. 20 (? Oct. i), 1812. Father of William (1812) and 
Eusebius A. (1826). (Burke, L.G., 1937; H. I. Longden; 
Northants. and Rutland Clergy.) 

ANDREWES, HENRY LESLIE. Adm. at King's, Sept. 30, 1893. 
S. of Charles Henry. School, Reading. Matric. Michs. 1893. 
Went to India, 1899, and engaged in tea-planting in the 
Nilgri Hills. Left India, 1913. Went to Kenya Colony; 
engaged there in coffee-planting. During the Great War 
served in the Tanganyika Territory, 1917-18. Subsequently 
engaged in tutorial work till 1922. Returned to England. 
Address, Bere Regis, Dorset. {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

ANDREWES, JOHN BRERETON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 25, 1876. Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. 
Ord. deacon, 1882; priest (St Albans) 1883; C. of Watford, 
1882-4. Held other curacies, 1884-7. C. of Halstead, Essex, 
1887-96. V. of Matching, 1896-1903. V. of Harlow, 1903-20. 
Rural Dean, 1907. Surrogate, Chelmsford die, 1908-20. 
Hon. Canon of Chelmsford, 1916-20. Died unmarried Apr. i, 
1920, aged 61, at Harlow. {Essex Review, xxix. 165; Crock- 
ford.) 

ANDREWES, NESFIELD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 21, 
1863. S. of Charles. B. Oct. 13, 1844, at Mannheim, Germany. 
School, Bradfield (Mr Sanderson). Matric. Michs. 1863; 
B.A. 1867; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon, 1869; priest (Chichester) 
1870; C. of Slinfold, Sussex, 1869-73. V. of Southwater, 
1873-94. Chaplain at M6ran, 1894-1902; at Dinard, 1902-3. 
V. of Flixton, Suffolk, 1903-6. Resided latterly at Fehx- 
stowe, where he died Dec. 7, 1916. Father of Charles N. 
(1895). {Crockford; R. F. Scott.) 

ANDREWES [post UTHWATT], WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 25, 1812. S. of Henry (i773)> clerk, of Gt 
Linford, near Newport- Pagnell, Bucks. B. Aug. 26, i793- 
Matric. Michs. 1812, as Andrewes, W. ; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1819. 
R. of Lillingstone Dayrell, 1832-48. V. of Stowe, Bucks., 
1833-76. R. of Maids Moreton, 1848-78. Of Gt Linford. 
J. P. Lord of the Manors of Maids Moreton and Gt Linford. 
Married Mary, dau. of James Long Long, R. of Maids 
Moreton, and of Thorpenstie Hall, Westmorland, 1832. Died 
s.p.m. Sept. 20, 1879. Brother of Eusebius A. (1826). 
(Burke, L.G.) 

ANDREWES-UTHWATT, WILLIAM, or UTHWATT, WILLIAM 
ANDREWES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1900. [4th] 
s. of Thomas Andrewes, of The White House, Buckingham 
[and grandson of Eusebius Andrewes (1826). B. June 14, 
1881, at Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.] School, Ballarat. 
Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903, as Andrewes-Uthwatt; 
M.A. 1915. Ord. deacon, 1904; priest (Winchester) 1906; C. 
of Portsea, 1904-10. Archdeacon of the Solomon Islands, 
1910-15. During the Great War, Chaplain to the Forces, 
1915-19. V. of St Luke's, Derby, 1920-6. V. of Bottisham, 
Cambs., 1926-36-. (Burke, L.G.; Crockford, 1936.) 

ANDREWS, ALFRED HENRY. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Mich. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon, 1880; 
priest (Lichfield) 1881. C. of Darlaston, Staffs., 1880-5. C. 
of Worfield, Salop, 1885-7. C. of Durley, Hants., 1887-9. C. 
of Coseley, Staffs., 1892. Of 21, Pennington Street, Rugby, 
1936. (Crockford, ig},2; Queens' Coll. Club, 1936.) 

ANDREWS, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Sept. 20, 1773. S. of Robert, of Bulmer, Essex. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1774; Scholar, 1776; B.A. 1778; 
M.A. 1781. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 21, 1778- R- of Gt 
Henney, Essex, 1786-1811; V. of Wickhambrook, Suffolk, 
1811-23. R- {and patron) of Flempton with Hengrave, 
1818-23. Married Sarah, dau. of the Rev. Wilham Nesfield. 
Died Feb. 19, 1823, at the Glebe House, Flempton. Father of 
Robert (1817) and WiUiam N. (1823). (G. Mag., 1823, i.) 



Andrews, Edward Collingwood 

ANDREWS, CHARLES ALFRED. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 18, 1868. S. of Henry [of Calcutta, registrar of the 
Public Works Dept.]. B. 1846, at DhurrumtoUah, Calcutta. 
Bapt. Nov. 9, 1846. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1878; M.A. 
1882. Adm. at the Irmer Temple, May 10, 1870. Called to the 
Bar, 1877. Practised before the High Court of Calcutta. 
Sometime Registrar of the Public Works Dept., Calcutta. 
Undertook teaching and educational work at Agra and 
Meerut. Principal of Meerut College. Married and had issue. 
Died Dec. 24, 1902, at Meerut. (Foster, Men at the Bar; 
Eagle.) 

ANDREWS, CHARLES FREER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. ir, 1890. S. of John Edwin, Esq., of 
Handsworth, Birmingham. B. Feb. 12, 1871, at Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. School, King Edward VI, Birmingham. Matric. 
Michs. 1890; Scholar; Prizeman; B..A.. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 
1893; M.A. 1897. Fellow, 1893. Lecturer and College Chap- 
lain, 1935-6. Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (Rochester) 1897. 
Missioner of the College Mission at Newington, 1896-9. Vice- 
Principal of the Cambridge Clergy Training School (Westcott 
House) 1899-1902. Select Preacher at Cambridge, 1899. 
Missionary (Cambridge University Mission) at Delhi, 1904-15. 
Fellow of Punjab University, 1908. Joined Rabindranath 
Tagore's Institution at Santiniketan, Bengal, 1913; after- 
wards Vice-President. Went to South Africa to help in the 
Smuts-Gandhi agreement, 1913-14; and again, 1925-7, in 
connection with the Indo-Union Agreement. Adviser to the 
Indian Delegation at the Kenya Conversations in London, 
1923. Delegate to the Education Conference at Vancouver, 
1929. Lecturer in Pastoral Theology at Cambridge, 1937-- 
Sometime of Santiniketan, Bengal, and of 112, Gower Street, 
London, W.C. 1 (1938). Author, Renaissance in India; 
Christ and Labour; Mahatma Gandhi's Ideas; Mahatma 
Gandhi, His own Story; Christ in the Silence; Sadhu Sundar 
Singh; Christ and Prayer. {Who's Who, 1938; Crockford, 
1938.) 

ANDREWS, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. II, 1875. S. of Charies Henry, clerk [V. of St Luke's, 
Kentish Town]. B. at St Pancras, London. Bapt. Jan. 23, 
1857. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879; 
M..-\. 1882. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1879 (apparently did not 
proceed to priest's orders); C. of St George's, Sudbury, 
1879-80. C. of Wrawby, Lines., 1881. C. of Buckland, near 
Dover, 1882. C. of St John the Baptist, Gt Marlborough 
Street, London, i8go-i. Of Anerley, London, S.E., in 1900. 
Died May 26, 1901, at St Barnabas Home, Lingfield, Surrey. 
{Crockford; St Paul's Sch. Reg.; R. F. Scott.) 

ANDREWS, CHRISTOPHER ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, May 14, 1840. Of Lines. [2nd s. of Robert Gordon, 
.M.A. (Oxon.), clerk.] Matric. Michs. 1840; B.A. 1845. Ord. 
deacon, 1844; priest (Lincoln) 1845; C. of Bourne, Lines., 
1844-5. C. of Manea, Cambs., 1845-55. V. of Hough-on-the- 
Hill with Brandon, Lines., 1855-1900. Married, at the 
Abbey Church, Bourne, Lines., Mary Anne, dau. of the late 
John Mawby, of Bourne, Apr. 15, 1846. Died Nov. 18, 1900, 
aged 79, at Hough vicarage. Brother of John N. (1839). 
{Crockford; R. F. Scott; Tlie Times, Nov. 21, 1900.) 

ANDREWS, CLEMENT OSBORNE. Matric. Non-Coll. Michs. 
1897. B. May 16, 1878. School, Denstone. Adm. at Selwyn 
H., Oct. 1, 1897; B.A. 1900; M..\. 1904. Ord. deacon, 1902; 
priest (Lichfield) 1903. Assistant Master at Denstone College, 
1900-4 and 1917-24; at Fonthill, 1904-5. Chaplain and 
Tutor at the South Wales and Monmouth Training College, 
1905-8. Missionary (U.M.C.A.) at Zanzibar, 1908-16. Chap- 
lain to Natal Diocesan Boys' School, 1924-5. Lie. pr., dio. 
Natal, 1925-S. Principal of McKenzie Memorial Theological 
CoUege, Isandhlwana, 1928-9. R. of Piet Retief, Zululand, 
1929-32. V. of Slow, Salop, 1935-6-. {Crockford, 1938; 
Denstone Coll. Reg.) 

ANDREWS, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Caius, Dec. 10, 1847. 
S. of George, Capt., R.N. Bapt. Sept. 25, 1825, at Melcombe 
Regis, Dorset. School, Sherborne. Matric. Lent, 1848; B.A. 
1852; U..\. 1856. Brother of Thomas (1845). {Venn, n. 
282.) 

ANDREWS, EDWARD COLLINGWOOD. Adm. at Clare, 
Mar. 30, 1880. S. of James, surgeon. B. Apr. 17, 1862, at 
Camden New Town, Middlesex. Migrated to St John's, 
May I, 1880. Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1883; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 1887; M.B. and B.C. 1886; M.D. 1893. B.Sc. (London) 
1882. At Guy's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., 1885. Surgeon 
at Hampstead General Hospital. Sometime resident 
obstetrician at Guy's Hospital. Physician at Queen Mary's 
Maternity Home. Consulting Physician to University 
College School and Consulting Medical Officer to the Children's 
Home Hospital, Bamet. Of 16, Heath Drive, Hampstead, 
N.W. 3. Died there Oct. 7, 1938, aged 77. Half-brother of 
James A. (1894). {Reg. oftheSenate, igs7; Medical Directory, 
1938; The Times, Oct. 8, 1938.) 



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ANDREWS, EVAN. Adm. pens, (age 26) at Trinity, Oct. 5, 
1829. S. of William. B. at Kidwelly, Carm. School, Carmar- 
then (Mr WUliams). Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A. 1834. Ord. 
deacon, 1840; priest (St David's) 1841. C. of Ishmael's, 
Kidwelly, Carm., 1840-4., C. of Dolgelly, 1844-9. Head 
Master of Dolgelly Grammar School, 1844-9. R. of Llan- 
frothen, Merions., 1849-65. V. of Llandeveilog, 1865-9. 
Resided at Glammorlais Villa, near Kidwelly, 1865-71. 
Author, Sermons; a translation of the Septuagint into 
Welsh, etc. Died ? 1871. (Boose, iv. Suppl.; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDREWS, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 20, 
1863. S. of Thomas [timber merchant. B. Sept. 27, 1843, at 
East Moulsey, Surrey. School, Merchant Taylors']. Matric. 
Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867. Ord. deacon, 1866; priest (Win- 
chester) 1867. Assistant Master of Surrey County School, 
1866-9. C. of East Moulsey, 1870. C. of Thames Ditton, 
1871. R. of Kinnersley, Hereford, 1873-1920. Died there 
Apr. 16, 1920, aged 76. (Merclutiit Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

ANDREWS, GEORGE MURRAY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. S. of Samuel, of Seaview, Belfast. B. there 
May 19, 1868. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890. 
Went to America. Engaged in developing coal-fields in 
Pennsylvania. Married there. Of the Down House, Red- 
marley, GIoucs., 1938. {Eton Sch. Lists; Kelly, Handbook, 
1938.) 

ANDREWS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, July 9, 

1765. S. of , baker, of Grantham, Lines. School, 

Grantham (Mr Bacon). Matric. Michs. 1768; Scholar, 1766. 
One, H. Andrews, died in i8oo, aged 54, at Sandgate, Kent. 
(G. Mag., 1800, II. 795.) 

ANDREWS, HENRY SMITH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Mar. 10, 1856. S. of Edward, of 22, Gloucester Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. 
i860. 

ANDREWS, HENRY STANLEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Mar. 9, 17S8. S. of John Baker, merchant, of 
London. B. at Richmond, Surrey. 

ANDREWS, HERBERT CALEB. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 13, 1892. S. of Robert Thornton, architect, of Hertford. 
B. there Oct. 4, 1874. School, St Catharine's, Broxboume 
(Rev. H. P. Waller). Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 
1900. Assistant Master at St Catharine's School, Broxboume ; 
at Oliver's Mount School, Scarborough. Assistant Keeper at 
the Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington, 1899- 
1934. F.S.A. Subsequently Hon. Secretary of the East 
Hertfordshire Archaeological Society and Superintendent of 
Hertford Museum. 

ANDREWS, HERBERT COMPIGNfe. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 3, 1890. S. of Alfred, coachmaker, of Winchester. B. 
there Jan. i, 1867. Matric. Easter, 1890; Mus. Bac. 1892. 

ANDREWS, JAMES ALFORD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 29, 1894. S. of James, M.D., of Hampstead. B. there 
Mar. 23, 1877. School, Leys, Cambridge (MrC. W. Stewart). 
Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.A., M.B. and B.C. 1902. 
CUnical Assistant at Guy's Hospital, and at Brompton 
Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1901. Served in the Great 
War (Capt., R..'\.M.C. ; wounded). Medical Referee to the 
Ministry of Pensions of the Scottish Life Assurance Company. 
In practice in ArgyU. J. P. Sometime Director of Strange- 
ways Laboratory, Cambridge. Died at Southmead, Chaucer 
Road, Cambridge, July 20, 1938. Half-brother of Edward C. 
(1880). (Medical Directory, 1922, 1936; Univ. War List.) 

ANDREWS, JOHN. M.A. from King's, 1784. Said to have been 
of Exeter College, Oxford, by F. L. Clarke (MS. in King's 
College, authority unknown). If so, probably identical with 
Andrew, John; matric. (Exeter College) Jan. 29, 1768, 
age 17; s. of John, of Oxford City, doctor. B.A. (Oxon.) 
1771. Occurs in Cant. Act Bk. as Andrew, John, M.A. 
(King's) 1784; R. of Milton Damerel (1780-99) and also R. 
of Powderham, Devon, 1784-99. This man was doubtless the 
John Andrew, M.A., Preb. of Exeter, 1794-9 and Archdeacon 
of Barnstaple, 1798-9; died July 3 (? 10), 1799, aged 49. 
(Le Neve, Fasti Eccles., i. 408, 432; G. Mag., 1799, 11. 629, 
where there is a discrepancy in dates.) 

ANDREWS, JOHN NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 18, 
1839. B. at Grantham. [S. of Robert Gordon, clerk, M.A. 
(Oxon.), Head Master of Grantham School, Lines., and Jane 
EUzabeth, dau. of John Wilson, V. of Leighton Buzzard, 
Beds.] Matric. Michs. 1839; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846. Ord. 
deacon, 1843; priest (Lincohi) 1844. [In Clergy List, 1850-66 
without cure or address.] R. of Pickworth, Lines., 1867-1905. 
Died May 13, 1905, aged 85, at Folkingham rectory. Brother 
of Christopher R. (1840). (Scott, MSS.; Crockford; The 
Times, May 18, 1905.) 

ANDREWS, JOHN WILSON. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 14, 
1873. [S. of Stephen Wilson, of Bourne.] Matric. Michs. 
1873; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon, 1878; priest 
(Hereford) 1879; C. of Hope-under-Dimnore, Heref., 1878- 
81. C. of Bridgnorth, 1881-8. V. of Trysull, Staffs., i888- 



Andrews, Sealy Highmore 

1933. Chaplain of Seisdon Union, 1888-1933; retired. Died 
Feb. 4, 1937, at Cheltenhcun. (Crockford, 1936; The Times, 
Feb. 6, 1937.) 

ANDREWS, LANCELOT WILLIAM HALE. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, July 8, 1871. S. of William Hale (1839), clerk, of 
Carlton Colville, Suffolk. B. there Jan. 5, 1853. School, 
Ipswich Grammar (Dr Holden). Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 
1876; M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon, 1876; priest (Lincoln) 1878; 
C. of Heydour, Lines., 1876-80. Held other curacies, 1880-5. 
R. of Lcunmas with Hautbois Parva, Norfolk, 1885-92. R. of 
Rushmere, 1892-1901; retired. Resided latterly at Carlton 
Colville; patron of that living. R.D.C., Rushmere, and 
member of the Drainage Board. Died Jan. 31, 1929, at 
Carlton Colville. (The Times, Feb. 2, 1929; Cox, County 
Series, 1912.) 

ANDREWS, PERCY THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31, 

1877. S. of John, of The Bank, Rochester, Kent. B. Aug. 19, 
1859, at Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 
1884. Ord. deacon, 1882; priest (Winchester) 1884; C. of 
Ottershaw, 1882-4. Held various curacies, 1884-95. V. of 
St John the Evangelist, Brighton, 1896-1902. V. of 
Lyminster, 1902-19. Rural Dean of Arundel, 1907-19; 
retired. Of Sou thboume-on-Sea, Hants. (Trinity Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford, 1938.) 

ANDREWS, RANDALL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 29, 

1816. B. at Ormskirk, Lanes. [Probably s. of Randall, M..^. 
(Oxon.), clerk, of Lanes., whose admon. (P.C.C.) Feb. 1801. 
School, Rugby, as s. of Mrs Andrews, of Redvales, Bury, 
Lanes.] Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1823. (Rugby 
Sch. Reg. ; Challenor Smith, Lists, P.C.C.) 

ANDREWS, RICHARD TOWNSEND. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, Feb. 29, 1788. S. of Townsend (1749-50), clerk, of 
Highgate, Middlesex. [B. .•^pr. 15, 1770. School, Merchant 
Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar, 1788; LL.B. 1794. 
C. of Packington, Leics., for many years; afterwards of 
Dunchurch, Warws. Of Caterham, Surrey, in 1841. Died 
May 20, 1849, aged 79, at Stevenage, Herts. (Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1849, 11. 215.) 

ANDREWS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Nov. 12, 
1788. S. of Edward, of Bathford, Wilts. School, Rugby. 
Did not matriculate. Migrated to Oxford; matric. St Mary's 
Hall, Apr. 19, 1790, age 19. (Al. Oxon.) 

ANDREWS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Feb. 17, 

1817. Of Essex. [S. of Charles (1773), clerk, of Flempton. 
B. Jan. 2, 1799, at Gt Henney, Essex. School, Norwich.] 
Scholar, 1818. Migrated to Emmanuel, Jan. 28, 1818; 
matric. Lent, 1818; Scholar; B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824; B.D. 
1831. Fellow of Emmanuel, 1827. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Mar. 3, 1822; priest, May 25, 1823. Of Middleton, near 
Sudbury, in 1847 (in Clergy List, unbeneficed); resided there 
with his brother-in-law, Oliver Raymond, LL.D., R. of 
Middleton, Essex (1819-70). Died Apr. 28, 1888, aged 89, at 
\Uddleton rectory. Brother of William N. (1823). (V. B. 
Redstone; R. F. Scott.) 

ANDREWS, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Apr. 24, 1839. [3rd s. of Edward, late of Leyton, Essex. 
B. Nov. 12, 1 8 19, at Kingsland.] School, Christ's Hospital, 
as 's. of Edward, citizen and vintner, of London.' Matric. 
Michs. 1839; Prizeman; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1843; 
M.A. 1846. Fellow and Tutor of Queens', 1847-52. Took 
Holy Orders. Assistant Master at Shrewsbury School. 
Afterwards at Cheltenham College, 1844-6. Died Sept. 30, 
1852, aged 32, at Hounslow, Middlesex. (Christ's Hospital 
Reg.; Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; G. Mag.) 

ANDREWS or ANDREWES, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, May 29, 1858. S. of William Nesfield (1823), clerk. 
B. at Bulmer, Essex. Bapt. Oct. 21, 1838. Matric. Michs. 
1858; B.A. 1863. Ord. deacon, 1863; priest (Oxford) 1864, as 
Andrewes, Robt. C. of Gt Haseley, Oxon., 1863-5. V. of 
Little Waldingfield, Suffolk, 1867-73. Chaplain of Hanwell 
Asylum, 1876-1904. Died Aug. 11, 1915, aged 76, at 7, St 
James's Square, Holland Park, London, W. (Crockford; 
Scott, MSS.) 

ANDREWS, SAMUEL WRIGHT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, 
Apr. 21, 1843. S. of John Wood, farmer. B. at Balderton, 
Notts. School, Newark (Dr Cook). Matric. Michs. 1843; 
B..^. 1847; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1847; priest, 
1848. C. of Claxby and Normanby-on-the-Wolds, Lines., 
1852-69; R. (and patron) 1869-1905. V. of Usselby, 1887- 
1901. Preb. of Lincoln, 1888-1905. J. P. for Co. Lincoln. 
Married Annie Elizabeth, dau. of George Skipworth, Esq., of 
South Kelsey, Sept. 29, 1853. Died Mar. 8, 1905, at Lincoln. 
Brother of William (1854). (Venn, 11. 262.) 

ANDREWS, SEALY HIGHMORE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1897- 
S. of Albion George, of Plas Llai, Wrexham. B. Sept. 241 

1878, at Wells, Somerset. School, Weymouth College. Matric- 
Michs. 1897; B.A. 1901. At St Bartholomew's Hospital, 
London. L.M.S.S..^., 1913. Medical Referee for the 
Wesleyan and General Assurance Co. Of 112, Henley Road, 
Ilford, Essex. (Venn, 11. 551; Medical Directory, 1936.) 



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ANDREWS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Jan. 15, 1845. S. of George. B. at Melcombe Regis, Dorset. 
School, Ilminster, Somerset (Mr Allen). Matric. Michs. 1845; 
B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 30, 1847, 
as 's. of George, Capt., R.N., of WejTnouth.' Brother of 
Edward (1847). 

ANDREWS, THOMAS. Matric. Non-Coil. Oct. 22, 1894. Of 
Ayerst H. S. of James. B. July 29, 1853, in London. Adm. 
at Queens', Oct. 1896; B.A. 1897. Ord. deacon, 1898; priest 
(Norwich) 1899; C. of Happisburgh with Walcot, Norfolk, 
1898-1902. Held other curacies, 1902-8. Chaplain of 
Hadham Chapel, 1908-11. C. of Happisburgh with Walcot, 
1911-15. V. of Ravingham, 1915-24. Died there Dec. 15, 
1924. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDREWS, THOMAS ERNEST. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 
1898. B. Feb. 16, 1880. [S. of J. B. School, Wyggeston 
Grammar, Leicester.] Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 
1921. Assistant Master at Swaffham Grammar School, 
Norfolk, 1903-4; at Leeds Modem School, 1904-20; at 
Wyggeston School, Leicester, 1920-36-. F.R.G.S. Of 26, 
St James's Road, Leicester. {Schoolmasters' Directory, 
1932-3-) 

ANDREWS, WALTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 9, 1874. 
S. of Samuel, timber merchant. B. at Hertford. Bapt. 
Oct. 20, 1852. School, Hertford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1883; Hon. D.D. 1909. Ord. deacon, 
1877; priest (Canterbury) 1878; C. of Brenchley, Kent, 1878. 
Joined the C.M.S. in Japan; stationed at Nagasaki, 1878 82 ; 
at Hakodate, 1882-1903. R. of Middleton St George, 
Durham, 1903-9. Bishop of Hokkaido, Japan, 1909-18. V. 
of St Bartholomew's, Chichester, 1918-20. V. of St Peter's, 
St Leonard's, Sussex, 1920-32. Died Nov. i, 1932, at St 
Leonard's. Father of Walter T. (next). (1 he Times, Nov. 11, 
1932.) 

ANDREWS, WALTER THORNTON. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1898. S. of Walter (above), of Hokkaido, 
Japan. B. Sept. 22, 1879, at Nagasaki. Matric. Michs. 1898; 
B.A. 1902. Ord. deacon, 1902; priest (Rochester) 1903; C. of 
Newington, 1902-5. Held other curacies, 1905-12. Com- 
missary, Hokkaido, 1910-15. C. of St Anselm, Streatham, 
1912-15. Served with the 20th London Regt., 1915-19. 
Lie. off., dio. Southwark, 1921-3. C. of All Saints', Brighton, 
1923-5. P.C. of Baldhu, Cornwall, 1925-30. P.C. of St 
Elwyn, 1930-6-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM. M.A. from Christ's, 1809. S. of 
William, of Reading, Berks. B. there. Matric. (St John's 
College, Oxford) July 15, 1794, age 19; B..\. (Oxford) 1798. 
Incorp. at Cambridge, 1809. The Rev. W. Andrews, M..\., 
formerly Chaplain to Lord Blayney and sometime assistant 
lecturer at High Wycombe, died 1821, at Broad Hinton, 
Wilts. {Peile, \i. 364; Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1821, i. 477-) 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, Jan. 31, 1854. 
S. of John Wood, of Long Bennington, Grantham, Lines. 
B. there Jan. 5, 1836. School, Newark. Did not matriculate. 
Migrated to Oxford. Matric. (Lincoln College) June 21, 1854, 
age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1859; M.A. (Oxford) 1862. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) 1859; priest, i860. V. of Kelsteme, Lines., 
1867-75. R. of Carlton Scroop, 1875-1905. R. of Norman- 
ton, 1878-1905. R. of Claxby with Normanby-le-Wolds, 
1905-16-. Not in Crockford, 1918. Brother of Samuel W. 
(1843). (Venn, 11. 315; Al. Oxon.) 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM HALE. Adm. pens, at Sx John's, 
Nov. 29, 1839. S. of W., Esq., of Romford, Essex. B. 
Aug. 19, 1821. School, Brentwood Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1840; B.A. 1844; M.A. 1847. Ord. deacon, 1844; priest 
(Exeter) 1845; C. of Revelstoke, Devon, 1844-6. C. of 
Bigbury, 1846-8. R. of Carlton ColviUe, Suffolk, 1848-94. 
R. of Ermington {sinecure), Devon, 1866-1901. Resided 
latterly at Carlton ColviUe. Died May 15, 1901, aged 79. 
Father of Lancelot W. H. (1871). {Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM HIRONS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1889. S. of John Knowles. B. Aug. 26, 1870, at Astwood 
Bank, Worcs. School, Mill Hill, London (Mr Vince). Matric. 
Michs. 1889; Scholar; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Assistant 
Master at Mill Hill School, 1894-1917. Died May 4, 1917, 
aged 46, at Chesham Bois Manor, Chesham. {Mill Hill. Sch. 
Reg.) 

ANDREWS or ANDREWES, WILLIAM NESFIELD. Adm. pens, 
(age 18) at Jesus, Nov. 14, 1823. S. of Charles (i773). clerk, 
deceased. B. at Gt Henny, Essex. School, Norwich (Mr 
Valpy). Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831. Ord. 
deacon, 1829; priest (Durham) Sept. 25, 1830. C. of Bulmer, 
Essex, 1843-53. R. of Chilton, Sudbury, 1853-69. Died 
Nov. 25, 1869, at 52, Lupus Street, Pimlico, London. 
Brother of Robert (1817) and father of Robert (1858). 
{Cambridge Chronicle, Oct. 1869.) 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM NORTH, see SURRIDGE. 

ANDROS, THOMAS GODFREY. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1886, 
from Ayerst H. 



Angrave, Francis 

ANGELL, CHARLES CYRIL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 13, 

1892. S. of Charles, of Firbank, Westmorland. B. there 
Oct. 4, 1873. School, Heversham (Rev. Dr Hart). Matric. 
Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon, 1898; 
priest (CarUsle) 1900; C. of Dalston, Cumberland, 1898-1901. 
Master at Hindhead School, 1901-3. Held other curacies, 
1903-12. R. of St Mary's, Leven, 1912-19. R. of Dunkerton, 
Somerset, 1919-28. V. of Evercreech with Chesterblade, 
1928-37. Died Sept. 30, 1937, aged 63, at Evercreech. 
Brother of Harold F. (1893). {Crockford, 1937; The Times, 
Oct. 4, 1937.) 

ANGELL, GEORGE BELLAMY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 15, 1849. Of Norwich. Migrated to Corpus Christi, 
Dec. 28, 1849. Matric. Lent, 1850; Scholar, 1850; B.A. 1853. 

ANGELL, HAROLD FREDERICK. .\dm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i. 

1893. [S. of Charles, V. of Firbank, Westmorland.] B. 
Dec. 5, 1875. [School, Heversham Grammar.] Matric. 
Michs. 1893; B..A.. 1905. Of The Grammar School, Bishop 
Auckland, Durham, in 19 15. Head Master of Palmer's 
School, Taunton, 1918-32-. Brother of Charles C. (1892). 
{Selwyn Coll. Cal., 1923; Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

ANGELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 4, 1847. 
S. and h. of Samuel, Esq., of 18, Gower Street, London. B. 
1829. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1S52; M.A. 1855. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. i, 1S51. Called to the Bar, 1855. Died 
Apr. 1, 1925, aged 96, at his residence, 18, Oxford Gardens, 
London, W. (Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Apr. 2, 
1925.) 

ANGELO, EDWARD ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 21, 1803. Did not matriculate, or, apparently, reside. 
[3rd s. of Henry Charles William Malerotti, of Piccadilly, 
London (the famous swordsman). B. Dec. 14, 1784. School, 
Westminster.] Entered the .•\rmy (Ensign, 28th Foot, 1803; 
Lieut., 52nd Foot, 1804; Capt., 4th Garrison Batt., 1806; 
2ist Fusiliers, 1807; Col., 1846). Assistant Adjutant-General 
in Catalonia, 1812-13. Chief Commissioner of Police for 
Bolton, Lanes., 1839. A Military Knight of Windsor, 1854. 
Married Pauhne, dau. of the Marquis de Choiseul, July 11, 
1816. Died Aug. 26, 1869, at Windsor Castle. {Record of Old 
Westminsters.) 

ANGEL-SMITH or SMITH, FRANCIS ANGEL. Adm. pens, at 
Queens', May 29, 1846. Matric. Michs. 1846, as Smith, Fra. 
Angel; B.A. 1850; M..-\. 1856; LL.D. 1878. Ord. deacon, 
1850; priest (Sarum) 1851. Canon of Canterbury, 1854-82. 
R. of St Peter's with Holy Cross, Canterbury, 1855-82. R. of 
Aldburgh with Golden Parva, Yorks., 1882-7. R- of Batheas- 
ton, Somerset, 1887. Assumed the surname of Angel-Smith. 
Died Nov. 23, 1892, aged 76, at Upper Clatford rectory, 
Andover. Father of the next three. {Cambridge Chronicle, 
Dec. 2, 1892.) 

ANGEL-SMITH, NORMAN LESLIE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Magdalene, July 14, 1877. S. of Francis (1846), clerk, of 
The Precincts, Canterbury. School, Wisbech. Matric. Michs. 
1877, as Angel-Smith, N. L. Died Dec. 15, 1931, aged 73, at 
Hastings. Brother of Percival S. E. (1870) and Reginald W. 
(1871). {The Times, Dec. 22, 1931.) 

ANGEL-SMITH, PERCIVAL STANLEY ERNEST. Matric. pens, 
from Queens', Michs. 1870. [S. of Francis (1846), clerk.] 
Brother of Norman L. (1877), etc. 

ANGEL-SMITH or ANGELL-SMITH, REGINALD WALTER 
ANGEL. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1871, as Angel- 
Smith, R. W. A. [S. of Francis (1846), clerk; post Angel- 
Smith.] B.A. 1875. Ord. deacon, 1874; priest (Worcester) 
1875; C. of St James's, Dudley, 1874-6. C. of All Saints', 
South Acton, Middlesex, 1876-8. C. of St Augustine's, 
Queen's Gate, London, 1878-80. C. of Basingstoke, 1880-6. 
Minor Canon of Bristol, 1886-92. V. of Winsley with Limpley 
Stoke, 1892-1922. Surrogate, dio. Salisbury, 1892-1922. 
Died Oct. 23, 1922. Brother of Norman L. (1877). {Crock- 
ford; Scott, MSS.) 

ANGLIN, ARTHUR HENRY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 1, 1870. S. of Thomas, Esq., of Templemore House, 
Cork. B. there 1850. School, Queens' College, Cork. Matric. 
Michs. 1870; Scholar; B.A. 1874. Returned to Ireland. M.A. 
and LL.B. (Queen's University, Ireland); 1st Class Honours 
with Gold Medal. Engaged in scholastic and research work 
until 1887. Professor of Mathematics at Queen's College, 
Cork, 1887; Emeritus Professor, 1931-. F.R.S.E. Contri- 
buted mathematical papers to various scientific journals. 
{T. A. Walker, 536.) 

ANGRAVE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 9, 1872. 
S. of John. B. Aug. i, 1848, at Leicester. School, Leicester. 
Matric. Michs. 1872; B.A. 1876; M.A. 1880. C. of St Michael's, 
Chester, 1877-9. C. of St John Baptist, Peterljorough, 
1879-81. Died Aug. 5, 1881. {Peile, 11. 625.) 



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ANGRAVE, THOMAS COOPER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1880. S. of George Henry, Esq., of Eastlake, Lough- 
borough, Leics. B. Nov. 7, i860. School, Amersham Hall, 
near Reading. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884; M..A.. 1911. 
Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Lichfield) 1888; C. of Hominglow, 
Staffs., 1887-96. C. of Tamworth, 1896-1907. C. of East 
Leake, Notts., 1907-18; R., 1918-31; retired. Died Jan. 10, 
1935. aged 74, at Winchcombe, Gloucs. {T. A. Walker, 559; 
The Times, Jan. 1935.) 

ANGUISH, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Dec. 23, 
1781. S. of Thomas (1741), barrister. B. Feb. 7, 1764, in 
London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1782; Scholar, 
1782-9; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1789. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
June II, 1786; priest. May i8, 1788; C. of Spexhall, Suffolk, 
1786. V. of Moulton, Norfolk, with Tunstall, 1788-1813. 
V. of Potter Heigham, 1789-1803. Preb. of Norwich, 1790- 
1820. R. of Gisleham, Suffolk, 1797-1833. R. of Ashby, 1803- 

10. R. of Lound, 1810-16. Succeeded to Somerleyton Hall, 
1810. Brother of Thomas (next). Died unmarried July 5, 
1843, in London. (Carthew, Laundilch, m. 310; Venn, 11. 
106; Norfolk Official Lists.) 

ANGUISH, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Apr. 
1777. S. of Thomas (1741), barrister and bencher of Lincoln's 
Inn. B. in London. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1780; 
Scholar, 1777-82; B.A. 1781. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 17, 
1776. Called to the Bar, 1786. Of Somerleyton Hall, Suffolk, 
Esq. Accountant-General of the Court of Chancery. In- 
herited the Manor of Ashby, etc., from his cousin Sir Thomas 
AUin, 1794. Became a lunatic. Died unmarried Aug. 5, 
1810. Buried at Moulton. Brother of George (1781). (Venn, 

11. 100; Copinger, v. 7; C. J. Palmer, Great Yarmouth.) 

ANGUS, CHARLES FRANKLIN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. S. of Charles Joseph, of 22, Church Row, 
Hampstead, London. B. July 9, 1881, at Hampstead. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar, 1901; 
B.A. 1902; M.A. (Trinity Hall) 1906. Fellow of Trinity Hall, 
1904. Baptist Minister; ord. at Serampore, India, 1918. 
Professor of the United Theological College, Bangalore, India, 
1917-18; at the Royal College, Colombo, 1919. Lectured in 
Canada, 1928 and 1930. Percival Maitland Laurence Reader 
in Classics and Ancient Philosophy, 1931-. Vice-Master of 
Trinity Hall, 1934-. {Cambridge Univ. Cal., 1935-6; Bap- 
tist's Who's Who, 1933; Reg. of the Senate, 1937.) 

ANGUS, DAVID JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 1, 1895. 
S. of Richard, of 240, Drummond Street, Montreal, Canada. 
B. there Nov. 26, 1876. School, Eliock, Canada (Mr Wil- 
liamson). Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1902. 
Studied Law at McGill University. Called to the Quebec 
Bar, 1904. Went to British Columbia, 1914. Married and 
had issue. Of Rockland Avenue, Victoria, B.C. {Canadians' 
Who's Who, 1930-1.) 

ANGUS, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 16, 1828. B. in 
Edinburgh. 

ANGUS, JOHN MORTIMER. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 4, 
1869. [2nd s. of Joseph, D.D., clerk. B. 1850. School, City 
of London.] Matric. Michs. 1869; Scholar; B.A. 1873; M.A. 
1876. Professor of Latin and Comparative Philology at 
University College, Aberystwyth, 1873-1905. Hon. LL.D. 
(Wales). Sometime Registrar of the University of Wales. 
Of 2, Kent House, Sussex Street, Cambridge, and of Kerbrae, 
Penylan, Cardiff. Married and had issue. (Reg. of the Senate, 
1937; Who's Who, 1938.) 

ANLEZARK, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 9, 1807. 
Of Gloucs. [S. of Robert (1806), minister.] Matric. Michs. 
1807. Died 1809, aged 20, at his father's house in Cambridge. 
(G. Mag., 1809, I. 587, where the name occurs as Anzelark.) 

ANLEZARK, ROBERT. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Christ's, Feb. 19, 
1806. [S. of James, of Duxbury, Lanes.] B. 1761. Matric. 
Michs. 1806; B.A. i8og; M.A. 1812. Matric. (St Edmund 
Hall, Oxford) Oct. 22, 1804, age 40 (sic). Ord. deacon (Bristol) 
Nov. 19, 1808. Previously Minister of the Congregationalist 
Chapel at Stockport, Cheshire, 1 793-1801. P.C. of St Chad's, 
Stafford, 1816-45. P.C. of Castle Church, Stafford, 1820-45; 
the rebuilding of the nave and chancel of Castle Church was 
completed in 1845 (architect, Sir G. Gilbert Scott). Married 

(1) Mary, dau. of Dr John Warren, Archdeacon of Worcester; 

(2) Beatrice , who died in 1855. (Another wife, Ehzabeth 

Ryle, is given in Heginbotham, Stockport, 11. 37.) A man of 
great stature and bulk — said to have been able to eat a leg 
of mutton at a sitting. Died Nov. 24, 1845, aged 83, ac- 
cording to Davy; but in Heginbotham, Stockport, 11. 37, the 
date of his death is given as occurring on Jan. 6, 1846. 
Father of James (1807). (Peile, 11. 357; E. Axon; Al. Oxon., 
where his migration to Cambridge is not recorded.) 

ANNAND, ALEXANDER. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 17) at Jesus, 
Apr. 8, 1823. Of Middlesex. 3rd s. of Alexander, Esq. B. in 
London. School, Fulham. Matric. Easter, 1823; B.A. 1829; 
M.A. 1840. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 4, 1825. Called to 



Annesley, William Monckton 

the Bar, 1832, as 's. of Alexander, Esq., of Adelphi Terrace, 
Westminster.' P.C. of Roade, Northants., 1840-53. Died 
there Sept. 15, 1853. Father of Alexander W. (i860). (G. 
Mag., 1853, II. 536.) 

ANNAND, ALEXANDER PERCY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1887. S. of Alexander Walter (i860), clerk. B. 1868, at 
Roade, Northants. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1887; B..\. 1890; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1892; priest 
(Rochester) 1893; C. of St Andrew's, Earlsfield, Surrey, 
1892-6. C. of St Paul's, Middlesborough, Yorks., 1896-1902. 
C. of St John's, Battersea, Surrey, 1902-3. V. of St Mary's, 
Aston, Birmingham, 1903-15. District Manager of the 
Education Committee for Birmingham. V. of St James's, 
Pokesdown with St Andrew's, Boscombe, and All Saints', 
Stourwood, Hants., 1915-17. Surrogate, 1915-29. Rural 
Dean of Christchurch, 1920-8. Proctor in Convocation for 
Winchester, 1924-29. Hon. Canon of Winchester, 1925-9. 
V. of St Augustine's, Bournemouth, 1927-9. Rural Dean of 
Bournemouth, 1928-9. Chairman of the Higher Education 
Committee for Bournemouth. Died Aug. 10, 1929, aged 61, 
at Salisbury. Brother of Edwin D. (1891). (Crockford.) 

ANNAND, ALEXANDER WALTER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 21, i860. S. of Alexander (1823), clerk, of Roade, 
Northants. B. Aug. i, 1841, at Northampton. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 
1873. Ord. deacon, 1864; priest (Peterb.) 1865. V. of Roade, 
1866-78. C. of St Michael's, Shrewsbury, 1878-80. C. of 
Holy Cross, Shrewsbury, 1880-1. P.C. of Betton-Strange, 
Salop, 1883-1901. Chaplain of Millington Hospital, Yorks., 
1887-1901, and of Salop Infirmary, 1893-1901. R. of Alder- 
ton with Grafton Regis, Northants., 1901-12. Died May 8, 
1912, aged 70, at Grafton Regis. Father of Alexander P. 
(1887), Ernest F. (1889) and Edwin D. (1891). (CheUenham 
Coll. Reg.; Crockford; R. F. Scott.) 

ANNAND, EDWIN DAVID. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 1891, 
S. of Alexander Walter (i860), clerk. B. Apr. 7, 1872. 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. 
Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (York) 1897; C. of Kirby Mis- 
perton, Yorks., 1896-^9. Held other curacies, 1899-1912. R. 
of Grafton Regis with Alderton, 1912-22. R. of Empingham, 
1922-32. V. of Eckington, Worcs., 1932-6-. Brother of 
Alexander P. (1887), etc. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ANNAND, ERNEST FREDERICK. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. i, 
1889. [S. of Alexander Walter (i860), clerk. B. May 11, 
1870. School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. 1889. Entered the 
Army (2nd Lieut., Royal Scots (Lothian Regt.); Capt., 
1895). Served in Madras, and in South Africa with the Royal 
Scots Field Force, 1900. Brother of Edwin D. (1891), etc. 
(Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.) 

ANNESLEY, FRANCIS. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, June 24, 
1800. S. and h. of Martin (1719), D.D., deceased, late of 
Bucklebury. B. there May 2, 1734. Matric. Easter, 1800; 
LL.D. (LU. Reg.) 1800. F.S.A., 1759. .M.P. for Reading, 
1774-1806 (in six Paris.). Hereditary Cottonian Trustee 
of the British Museum. Named as the first Master of 
Downing College, in the Charter of that CoUege, dated Sept. 

22, 1800 (being an heir-at-law of Sir George Downing, under 
whose wUl Downing College was founded). Laid the founda- 
tion stone of the College, May 18, 1807. For an account of 
his unremitting endeavours to overcome the law's delay 
and the obstacles raised against the new foundation, see 
Downing College History. A coUector of valuable editions of 
the Classics and 'A man of learning and taste.' Died un- 
married Apr. 17, 1812. (St John's Coll. Adm.; G. Mag., 1812, 
I. 491.) 

ANNESLEY, The Hon. GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, 
Nov. 5, 1855. [5th s. of WiUiam Richard, Earl Annesley. 
B. Feb. 22, 1837.] Of CastleweUan, Co. Down. Died s.p.m. 
Sept. 4, 1903. Brother of William R. (1847 . (Burke, P. 
and B.) 

ANNESLEY, The Hon. WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Peterhouse, Oct. 17, 1814. 2nd s. of George, Earl of 
Mountnorris, F.R.S., F.S.A. B. 1796. Matric. Michs. 1814; 
M.A. 1817. V. of Studley, Warws., 1823-5. R- of North 
Bovey, Devon, 1825-30. Died unmarried Nov. 1, 1830, 
aged 34, at Rambridge Cottage, near Andover. (T. A. 
Walker, 391; G. Mag.; Burke, P. and B., sub Valentia, 
where no career is given.) 

ANNESLEY, WILLIAM MONCKTON. Adm. pens, at Peter- 
house, Sept. 7, 1899; from Wadham College, Oxford. S. of 
Henry Arthur, V. of Shepton Montague, Somerset. B. Jan. 

23, 1875, at Blackheath. School, Richmond Grammar, 
Vorks. Matric. Lent, 1900; B..A. 1903; M..^. 1909. Ord. 
deacon, 1905; priest (Norwich) 1908. C. of St Margaret's, 
Ipswch, 1905-8. Held other curacies, 1908-20. Chaplain 
to the Forces, 1917-19. V. of Brewham with Redlynch, 
Somerset, 1920-36-. Cottonian family Trustee of the 
British Museum. (T. A. Walker, 645; Burke, P. and B., si*b 
Valentia; Crockford, 1938.) 



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Annesley, William Richard 

ANNESLEY, WILLIAM RICHARD [Earl ANNESLEY]. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, July 5, 1847; nobleman, Oct. 15, 1848. S. 
of William Richard, Earl Annesley. B. Feb. 21, 1830, at 
Dublin. Matric. Michs. 1848. [Succeeded his father as 4th 
Earl Annesley of Castlewellan, Co. Down, Ireland, Aug. 25, 
1838.] M.P. for Gt Grimsby, 1852-7. Representative Peer 
for Ireland, 1867. Died unmarried Aug. 10, 1874, at Cowes, 
Isle of Wight. Brotherof George {1855). (G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 

ANNING, GEORGE ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 19, 1886. S. of John James. B. at Cheltenham, Gloucs. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1900. Ord. deacon, 
1890; priest (Worcester) 1891; C. of Langley, Worcs., 1890- 
9. Organising secretairy for the C.M.S. for Rochester dio., 
1899-1901. V. of St Paul's, West Smethwick, 1901-18. R. 
of Rushbury, Heref., 1918-36-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ANNINGSON, BUSHELL. Adm. pens, (age 23) at Caius, Oct. 12, 
1864. S. of Bushell, surgeon. B. at Idle, Yorks. Schools, 
St Bees and King's CoUege, London. Matric. Michs. 1864; 
Scholar, 1866-71; B.A. 1868; M.B. 1869; M.A. 1871; M.D. 
1877. M.R.C.S. Medical Officer of Health at Cambridge, 
1875. University Demonstrator in Human Anatomy, 1878- 
82. University Lecturer in Medical Jurisprudence, 1884- 
1916. Delegate to the Hygienic Congress at Buda-Pesth, 
1894, and at Madrid, 1898. Examiner to the Sanitary 
Institute of Great Britain, 1896. Medical Officer of Health 
for Districts in Cambs., Herts., and Hunts. Fellow and 
Member of the Council of the Royal Sanitary Institute. 
Author, Origin and Progress 0/ Sanitary Endeavour, etc. 
Died July 19, 1916, aged 78, at Cambridge. (Venn, 11. 369.) 

ANQUETIL, FRANCIS WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Feb. 28, 1823. Of Jersey. Matric. Easter, 1823; B.A. 1827; 
M.A. 1830. 

ANSELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 4, 1846. 
S. of William. B. Sept. 16, 1796, at Wantage, Berks. [Of 
Dorset; tutor's book.] School, Hounslow. Matric. Michs. 

1846. Name removed from the boards Oct. 2, 1847. C. of 
Radipole, near Weymouth. {St John's Coll. Adm.) 

ANSLEY, GEORGE JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 9, 
1834. Matric. Michs. 1834; B.A. 1840. 

ANSLEY, GILBERT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, July 12, 
1824. S. of John. B. in London. School, Greenwich (Dr 
Bumey). Matric. Michs. 1826. Brother of John H. (1818). 

ANSLEY, GILBERT JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 8, 

1847. [S. of John Henry (1818).] School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1857. Brother of John F. 
(1849). (Eton Sell. Lists.) 

ANSLEY, JOHN FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 10, 1849. S. of John Henry (1818). [School, Eton.] 
Matric. Michs. 1849. Died Mar. 15, 1852, aged 21, as the 
result of a fall from his horse. Brother of Gilbert J. (1847). 
(Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1852, i. 531.) 

ANSLEY, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 30, 1818. S. of John. B. at Walthamstow, Esse.x. 
Matric. Michs. 18 18; B.A. 1822. Doubtless of Houghton 
HUl, Hunts. Died Mar. 4, 1833, aged 32, at Torquay. 
Brother of Gilbert (1824); father of John F. (1849) and 
Gilbert J. (1847). (G. Mag., 1833, i. 284.) 

ANSON, ARTHUR HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1880. S. of .Arthur Henry. B. Jan. 20, i860, at 
CroxaU, Derbs. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1880. [He was 
the younger son (posthumous) of the Rev. Arthur Henry 
Anson, R. of Potter Hanworth, Lines., and Dean of Chester, 
who died Nov. 24, 1859, and grandson of Frederick Anson, 
D.D., Dean of Chester.] (Eton Sch. Lists; Foster, Peerage, 
sub Lichfield.) 

ANSON, GEORGE EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 18, 
1869. 2nd s. of Frederick, of Sudbury, Derbs. [R. of Sudbury, 
and Canon of Windsor]. B. Sept. 27, 1850, at Sudburv. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1874; M.A. 1878; 
B.C. 1890; M.D. 1890. At St Thomas's Hospital, London; 
House Surgeon and Resident Accoucheur. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1889. Went to Wellington, New Zealand, 1874, and 
engaged in farming near Marton; later. Second Master at 
Wanganui College. Returned to England, 1883. Studied 
medicine at Cambridge and at St Thomas's Hospital, London. 
In practice at Wellington, New Zealand, 1891-1906. Hon. 
Surgeon and Consulting Surgeon to the Wellington District 
Hospital. Chief Medical Officer for New Zealand to the 
Australian Mutual Providence Society for 39 years. Married 
and had issue. Died July 15, 1934, at Sudbury, Lower Hutt, 
New Zealand. (Foster, Peerage, sub Lichfield; Eton Sch. 
Lists; The Times, July 18, 1934.) 

ANSON, JOHN WILLIAM HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 25, 1834. [S. and h. of Sir William, Bart., General 
(who acquired distinction in the Peninsular War). B. Dec. 26, 
i8i6. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1834. Succeeded his 
father as 2nd Bart. Jan. 14, 1847. Married Elizabeth 



Ansted, Joseph Boord 

Catherine, dau. of Major-Gen. Sir Denis Park, K.C.B., 
July 27, 1842. Killed Aug. 2, 1873, in a railway accident at 
VVigan. Father of [Sir] William R. (1900). (Burke, P. 
and B.) 

ANSON, THOMAS ANCHITEL. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Aug. 30, 

1838. [7th s. of Sir George, General, G.C.B.] B. Oct. 14, 
1818. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1838; B..'^. 1842; M.A. 
1847. Cricket 'blue,' 1839; one of the best amateur wicket- 
keepers of his day. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 18, 1842; 
priest (Norwich) Aug. 13, 1843; C. of Mistley, Essex, 1842-3. 
R. of BilUngford, Norfolk, 1843-50. R. of Longford, Derbs., 
1850-99. Rural Dean, 1869-99. Married Ann Jane, dau. of 
Henry Packe, Lieut.-Col., Gren. Guards, of Twyford Hall, 
Norfolk, Aug. 5, 1846. Died Oct. 3, 1899, aged 80, at Long- 
ford rectory. (Foster, P. and B., sub Lichfield; Tlie Times, 
Oct. 5, 1899.) 

ANSON, THOMAS FRANCIS, Viscount. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 7, 1874. S. of Thomas George, Earl of Lichfield, of 
Shugborough Hall, Staffs. B. Jan. 31, 1856, in London. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1878. Of 
Shugborough Hall. J. P. and D.L. for Staffs. Succeeded his 
father as 3rd Earl of Lichfield, Jan. 7, 1892. Married and 
had issue. Died July 29, 1918. (Burke, P. and B.) 

ANSON, Sir WILLIAM REYNELL, Bart. Hon. LL.D. 1900. 
Warden of .-Ml Souls' College, Oxford, 1881-1914. Author, 
legal. Died June 5, 1914. (the Times, June 6, 1914; D.N.B.) 

ANSORGE, PAUL CHRISTIAN MARTIN. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Pembroke, May 27, 1873- S. of Paul Gotthold, clerk 
(missionary, C.M.S.), of Belvedere, Isle of Mauritius. B. at 
Kishnagur, Bengal. Matric. Michs. 1873. Brother of William 
J. (1868). 

ANSORGE, WILLIAM JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Sept. 26, 1868. S. of Paul Gotthold, clerk. B. .Apr. 6, 1850, 
at Chapra, Bengal, India. School, Royal College, Mauritius. 
Matric. Michs. i868; B..\. 1872; M.A. 1876. At St Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Professor at 
the Royal CoUege, Mauritius, 1872-86. District Medical 
Officer in Uganda and S. Nigeria (medal, Uganda, 1897-8). 
Devoted himself to Zoological research; crossed Africa from 
East to West via Mombasa, the Great Lakes, the Semliki, 
the great Congo Forest, the Ituri, Aruwinni and Congo 
Rivers to Bomba, 1900. (Medal, Aro, 1901-2.) Discovered 
146 new African vertebrates and over 140 new African in- 
vertebrates; these discoveries were described in Annates du 
Musie du Congo Beige. F.Z.S. Author, Under the African 
Sun. Died Oct. 31, 1913. Brother of Paul C. M. (1873). 
(Wlio was Who, iS97-i9i'6.) 

ANSTEAD, RUDOLPH DAVID. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 
21, 1896. S. of Walter Henry. B. June 2, 1876, at Wisbech, 
Cambs. School, Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar 
and Prizeman; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1914. Analyst in chemical 
works at Hull, 1899-1900. Research Chemist in the Govern- 
ment Laboratory, Bridgetown, Barbados, 1901. Sugar 
Chemist in the Imperial Dept. of .Agriculture, British West 
Indies, 1902. Agricultural Superintendent, Botanic Gardens, 
Grenada, 1906-9. Scientific Officer for the United Planters 
Association of Southern India and Deputy Director of 
Agricultural Planting Districts, 1909. Deputy Director of 
Planting Districts in Coimbatore, 1920. Director of Agri- 
culture, Madras Agricultural Dept., 1922-31; retired. Fellow 
of Madras University. CLE., 1927. Of St Alkelda, Bishop's 
Stortford. (Peile, 11. 807; Who's Who, 1938.) 

ANSTED, DAVID THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 6, 
1832. S. of WUUam, of 55, Warren Street, Fitzroy Square, 
London. B. Feb. 5, 1814, in London. Migrated to Jesus 
(age 18) Oct. 12, 1832; matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. (32nd 
Wrangler) i8:i6; M.A. iS^g. Fellow, 1840-51. Rede Lecturer, 
1863. Professor of Geology at King's College, London, 1840- 
53. Lecturer at Addiscombe College; and at the Civil 
Engineering College at Putney, 1850-80. Consulting Geolo- 
gist and Mining Engineer. F.G.S., 1838. Assistant Secretary 
of the Geological Society, 1844-7. F.R.S., 1844. Anauthority 
on the practical applications of geology in connection with 
mining, engineering, water-supply, etc. Author, geological. 
Died May 20, 1880, at Melton, near Woodbridge, Suffolk. 
Brother of Joseph B. (1839). (V.N.B.; Boase.) 

ANSTED, JOSEPH BOORD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 25, 

1839. S. of William. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 1839; 
Scholar, 1840; B.A. (i8th Wrangler) 1843; M.A. 1846. Ord. 
deacon (London) June, 1843; priest, June, 1844; C. of 
Whitechapel, London, 1843-7. P.C. of St Simon Zelotes, 
Bethnal Green, 1847-57. V. of Stony Stratford, Bucks., 
1857-9. V. of Longdon, Staffs., 1859-61. R. of Morbome, 
Hunts., 1861-90. Removed to London, and settled at 
Highbury Hill, N. Died there Mar. 19, 1914, aged 93. 
Brother of David T. (1832). (Peile, 11. 465; The Times, 
Mar. 21, 1914.) 



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ANSTEY, ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Jesus, Oct. 1892. 
S. of Thomas, Esq. B. at Tiverton, Devon. School, Blundell's. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. Adm. solicitor 
Mar. 1900 (Anstey and Thompson), of Exeter. Mayor of 
Exeter, 1936-7. Served in the Great War (Major, Devon 
Regt. (T. D.)). Married and had issue. Of Matford House, 
Exeter. {Univ. War List; C. R. Hudleston.) 

ANSTEY, CHARLES CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Feb. 12, 1844. S. of Charles AUeyne, clerk, assistant master 
at Rugby. B. Jan. 1826, at Rugby. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1844; B.A. 1850; M.A. 1853; incorp. at Oxford, 
Jan. 28, 1858. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1850; priest, 1851. 
C. of Evesham, Worcs., 1850-3. C. of Calthorpe, Leics., 
1853-4. C. of HUlmorton, Rugby, 1854-9. Chaplain at 
Fyzabad, Oude, 1865-7. R. of St Levan, Cornwall, 1868- 
77. Died Oct. 13, 1877, aged 51. {V'enn, 11. 266.) 

ANSTEY, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 20, 1775. S. and h. of Christopher (1742), of Anstey 
Hall, Trumpington, Cambs. School, Eton {sic). Matric. 
Easter, 1775; Scholar, 1777; B.A. 1779; M-A. 1782. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 15, 1775- Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 23; 
priest (York) Oct. 14, 1781; C. of Armthorpe; R., 1768-86. 

V. of Stockton-on-Tees, 1782-6. V. of Norton, Durham, 
1786-1827. Married Miss Grey, of Stockton, June 21, 1783. 
Died Dec. 19, 1827, aged 72, at Norton. Brother of John 
(1777), Robert (1779) and Thomas (1789). (A'. andQ., 6th S., 
IV. 324; G. Mag.) 

ANSTEY, GEORGE RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
July 9, 1829. S. of George. B. at Watford, Herts. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1829, as George. Migrated to 
Oxford; matric. (St Alban Hall) Mar. 21, 1833, age 22. P.C. 
of Wilsden-cum-Allerton, Yorks., 1839-41. Disappears from 
Clergy List, 1847. {Al. Oxon.) 

ANSTEY, HARRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 14, 1866. S. of 
George Alexander. B. July 21, 1847, at Highercombe 
(Hyercomb), South Australia. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Alichs. 1866. [His father, George Alexander, was s. of 
Thomas, of Anstey Barton, Outlands, Tasmania, and sub- 
sequently of Hyercomb, South Australia.] (N. and Q., 6th S., 

VI. 116.) 

ANSTEY, JOHN. Adm. (age 18) al King's, a Scholar from Eton, 
July 3, 1777. 2nd s. of Christopher (1742), of Trumpington, 
Cambs. B. there. Bapt. Nov. 7, 1757. Matric. Easter, 1778; 
B.A. 1781; M.A. 1784. Fellow, 1780-92. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Feb. i, 1781. Called to the Bar, 1784. Specially 
appointed to investigate the claims of the loyalists in the 
United States, 1785. A commissioner for auditing Public 

Accounts, 1806-19. Married , dau. of Francis Pierson, 

Esq., of Mowthorpe Grange, Yorks., 1794. Author, The 
Pleader's Guide; a didactic Poem. Edited his father's works. 
Died Nov. 25, 1819. Brother of Christopher (1775), etc. 
{Eton Coll. Reg.; N. and Q., 6th S., iv. 324; D.N.B., where 
his career at Cambridge is not mentioned.) 

ANSTEY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 7, 1779. S. 
of Christopher (1742), Esq., of Trumpington, Cambs. Bapt. 
there Mar. 30, 1760. School, Eton. Scholar, 1779; Matric. 
Michs. 1780. Of Canons Leigh House, Devon, in 1796. 
Married Louisa, dau. of the late Col. Cane, M.P. for TuUagh, 
Waterford (Irish Pari.) June 28, 1796, atBath. Died Apr. 12, 
1818, aged 59, at Bath. Brother of Christopher (1775), etc. 
{St John's Coll. Adm.; N. and Q., 6th S., iv. 325; G. Mag.) 

ANSTEY or ANSTY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peter- 
house, July 6, 1789, as Ansty, T. Of Cambs. [S. of Christo- 
pher (1742), of Bath, and of Anstey Hall, Trumpington.] 
School, Bath. Matric. Michs. 1789. Probably Thomas 
Anstey, of the Madras Civil Service, who died Oct. 25, 1843, 
a.^ed 73, at Bath. Brother of Christopher (1775), etc. {T. A. 
IValkcr, 359; G. Mag., 1843, 11. 663.) 

ANSTICE, JOSEPH BALL. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 24, 
1846. S. of Richard, attorney, of Bridgwater, Somerset. 
B. there. Bapt. May 16, 1828. Matric. Michs. 1846; Scholar; 
B.A. 1850; M..\. 1853. Ord. deacon, 1851; priest (Exeter) 
1852; C. of Kitton, 1850-6. C. of Bovey Tracey, 1856-66. V. 
of Hungerford and Chaplain of the Hungerford Union, 
1866-94. P.C. of Denford, Berks., 1868-94. Rural Dean of 
Newbury, 1878-94. R. of Hartley Wespall, Hants., 1894- 
1900. Lived latterly at Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset. Died 
there Oct. 18, 1915, aged 87. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ANSTRUTHER, Sir RALPH ABERCROMBY, Bart. Adm. pens, 
(age 16) at Trinity, June 30, 1820. S. of Robert [Brig.-Gen. 
B. Mar. i, 1804, at CaLrnbee, Fifes.]. School, St Andrew's, 
Fife (Mr Jackson). Matric. Michs. 1820; M..'^. 1822. Suc- 
ceeded his grandfather, Sir Robert .\nstruther, as 4th Bart., 
Aug. 2, 1818. Capt., Grenadier Guards. Rector of the 
University of St Andrew's, 1859. Married Mary Jane, dau. 
of Sir Henry' Torrens, K.C.B., Sept. 2, 1831. Of Balcaskie, 
Cambee, Fifes. Died Oct. 18, 1863, aged 59, at Balcaskie. 
(G.E.C., IV. 367.) 



Antrobus, Edmund 

ANTHONISZ, JAMES OLIVER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 20, 1879. 2nd s. of James Edmund. B. Jan. 15, i860, at 
Galle, Ceylon. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883. Entered the 
Civil Service. Cadet, Straits Settlement, 1883. Magistrate 
at Singapore. Official Assignee of the Straits Settlement. 
District Judge, Singapore. President of the Singapore 
Municipality. Colonial Treasurer for the Straits Settlement. 
Acting Resident Councillor, Penang. Acting British Resident 
at Selangor. The currency of the Colony was placed on a gold 
basis during his term of office as Treasurer. President of a 
Commission to enquire into the working of the Municipahties 
of the Colony, 19 10. C.M.G. Retired, 1914. Married and had 
issue. Died May 28, 1921. {The Times, May 30, 1921; R. F. 
Scott.) 

ANTHONY, EDWARD ARNOLD. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1885. 
Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 1886; from Cavendish H. 
S. of Daniel, congregational minister, of Lewes, Sussex. B. 
Mar. 12, 1868, at Tenby, Pembs. School, Hastings University 
(Mr J. Starall). B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Congregational 
Minister at Erdington, 1892-1917. Minister of theTabernacle, 
Trowbridge, Wilts., 1917-35. Secretary of the Birmingham 
District and Warwickshire Congregational Union; of the 
Wilts, and Somerset Congregational Union; Chairman, 1927. 
Of 7, Westboume Road, Trowbridge, 1934; afterwards of 
Banstead, Surrey, 1937. {Who's Who in Congregationalism, 
I934-) 

ANTHONY, EDWYN. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, Nov. ii, 
1864. S. of Charles, of Mansion House, Hereford. B. Aug. 23, 
1843. School, Cheltenham College. Did not reside. Migrated 
to Oxford; matric. (Christ Church) June 13, 1867, age 23; 
B.A. and M.A. (Oxford) 1877. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 24, 1868. Called to the Bar, 1877. Practised as con- 
veyancer and equity draftsman until c. 1889. Author, legal. 
{Al. Oxon.; R. L. Lloyd.) 

ANTHONY, FREDERICK. Matric. Non-Coil. Easter, 1885, from 
Cavendish H. 

ANTHONY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 31) at Caius, Oct. 10, 1844. 
S. of John, Esq. B. at Aston, Warws. Matric. Michs. 1844; 
M.B. and Med. Lie. 1850; M.D. i860. M.R.C.P., 1850. 
F.R.C.P., 1876. Practised at Birmingham; senior Physician 
at the Dispensary there, 1855. Stipendiary Consulting 
Physician, 1884. Physician to the Birmingham and Midland 
Free Hospital for Sick Children. Vice-President and Fellow 
of the Microscopical Society; editor of their Journal. A good 
Unguist. Died unmarried June 3, 1895, aged 81, at 6, Green- 
field Crescent, Edgbaston, Birmingham. {Venn, 11. 269; 
The Times, June 4, 1895.) 

ANTROBUS, COSMO GORDON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 31 , 
1877. 3rd s. of Sir Edmund (1836), Bart., of Amesbury 
Abbey, near Sahsbury, Wilts. B. Oct. 22, 1859, in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 29, 1879. Called to the Bar, 
1882. Practised on the Western Circuit. Succeeded his 
brother Sir Edmund, as 5th Bart., Feb. ii, 1915. Of Antro- 
bus, Cheshire, and of Amesbury Abbey, Salisbury, Wilts. 
J. P. (Burke, P. and B., ed. 1937.) 

ANTROBUS, EDMUND. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, Dec. 7, 
1809. Of Middlesex. [S. and h. of John and Anne, dau. of 
Gibbs Crawfurd, M.P. B. May 17, 1792. School, Eton.] 
Matric. Michs. 1810; B.A. 1814; M.A. 1817. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 27, 1812, as ' ist s. of John, late of Spring 
Gardens, Middlesex, deceased.' Succeeded his uncle, Sir 
Edmund Antrobus, as 2nd Bart., Feb. 6, 1826. Of Antrobus 
Hall, Cheshire. Married Anne, dau. of Hugh Lindsay, son of 
the Earl of Balcarres, Oct. 16, 1817. Died May 4, 1870. 
Brother of Gibbs C. (1810) and father of Edmund (1836). 
{Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, P. and B.) 

ANTROBUS, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Sr John's, Jan. 26, 
1828. 3rd s. of William (1778), B.D. B. 1811, at Acton, 
Middlesex. [School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1828; Scholar; 
B.A. 1832; M.A. 1835. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 28, 
1832, as Edward; name withdrawn, 1835. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 22, 1833; priest, Dec. 21, 1834. C. (to his 
father) at Acton, Middlesex, 1835-53. .-Afterwards of 
Twizell House, Chat Hill, Northumberland. Married Frances 
Margaret Selby, of Twizell House, Northumberland, 1833. 
Died Sept. 6, 1884, aged 75, at Chfton, Bristol. Buried at 
Bamborough. Brother of John (1822) and Wilham T. (1820). 
(H. M. Wood; Eton Sch. Lists; R. F. Scott.) 

ANTROBUS, EDMUND. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St John's, June i, 
1836. [S. and h. of Sir Edmund (1809), Bart., of London. 
B. Sept. 3, 1818. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 
1841; M.A. 1847. M.P. for East Surrey, 1841-7; for Wilton, 
1855-77. Of Amesbury Abbev, Wilts. Succeeded his father 
as 3rd Bart., May 4, 1870. J.P. and D.L. for WUts. High 
Sheriff, 1880. Married Marianne Georgiana, dau. of Sir 
George Dashwood, Bart., Feb. 11, 1847. Died Apr. i, 1899. 
Father of Cosmo G. (1877). (Burke, P. and B.) 



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Antrobus, Gibbs Crawfurd 

ANTROBUS, GIBBS CRAWFURD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St 
John's, Nov. 21, 1810. Of Middlesex. [2nd s. of John and 
Anne, dau. of Gibbs Crawfurd, M.P. B. May 27, i793-] 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 181 1, as Crawfurd; M.A. {Lit. 
Reg.) 1832. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 27, 1812. Entered 
the Diplomatic Service. Sometime Secretary of Legation at 
Turin. M.P. for Aldborough, 1820-6; for Plympton, 1826-30. 
Of Eaton Hall, Cheshire. J. P. and D.L. High Sheriff, 
1834. Married (i) Jane, dau. of Sir Coutts Trotter, Bart., 
June 25, 1827; (2) Charlotte, dau. of Sir Edward Crofton, 
Bart., Jan. 12, 1832. Died May 21, 1861, aged 67, at Eaton 
Hall. Brother of Edmund (i'Soq) and father of John C. 
(1848). (Antrobus Pedigrees; Burke, P. and B.) 
ANTROBUS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 6, 1822. 
2nd s. of William {1778), B.D., R. of Acton, Middlesex. B. 
there 1806. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1823; Scholar, 
1823; B.A. 1827; M.A. 1830. Ord. deacon (London) May 25, 
1834; priest, June 14, 1835. C. (to his father) at St Andrew 
Undershaft, London, 1841-53. Minor Canon of Westminster, 
1856-78. Chaplain-in-Ordinary to the Queen, 1869-78. 
Renowned as the 'Champion Skater' of his day. Author, 
Parental Wisdom...; The Wrongs of Poland — a Poem in 
three Cantos ; The Czar and the Turk ; Elijah in the Desert, etc. 
Died July 26, 1878, aged 72. Brother of Edmund (1828), etc. 
{Boase, iv. Suppl.; R. L. Antrobus.) 
ANTROBUS, JOHN COUTTS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 18, 
1848. S. and h. of Gibbs Crawfurd (1810), Esq., of Eaton 
Hall, Congleton, Cheshire. B. Nov. 23, 1829, at Astbury. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1855. 
Adm. at Lincoki's Inn, Nov. 5, 1852. Called to the Bar, 1857. 
Of Eaton Hall, Cheshire. J.P. and High Sheriff, 1868. Lieut.- 
Col., Cheshire Imperial Yeomanry. Married three vi'ives and 
had issue. Died Dec. 19, 1916, aged 87, at Eaton Hall. 
(Foster, Men at the Bar; Burke, P. and B.) 
ANTROBUS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, 
June 23, 1778. S. of WUham, inn-keeper, of Cockermouth, 
Cumberland. Bapt. there Jan. 30, 1760. School, St Bees 
(Mr Scott). Matric. Michs. 1778; Scholar, 1781; B.A. {6th 
Wrangler) 1782; M.A. 1785; B.D. 1792. Fellow, 1786-95. 
Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 20, 1789; priest. May 30, 1790- R- of 
St Andrew Undershaft with St Mary Axe, London, 1794- 
1853. R. of Acton, Middlesex, 1797-1853. Examining 
Chaplain to Dr Beilby Porteous, Bishop of London. Involved 
in a law suit which lasted twenty years with the East India 
Company respecting tithes, but eventually won his case. 
Married Hannah Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. Mr Bowles, 
June 15, 1803. Resided latterly on his estate at Springfield 
Park, Acton. Died Jan. 10, 1853, aged 93, at Acton. Father 
of Edmund (1828), John (1822) and William T. (next). {St 
John's Coll. Adm., iv; G. Mag.) 
ANTROBUS, WILLIAM THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 16, 1820. S. and h. of William (above), B.D. B. 1804, 
at Acton, Middlesex. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1821; 
Scholar; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1830. Of Springfield Park, Acton, 
Middlesex; succeeded his father there in 1853. Died un- 
" married 1877, aged 73. Brother of Edmund (1828), etc. 
{Antrobus Pedigrees.) 

ANUVATRA, MOM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 14, 1899. S. 
of Mom Chow Alongslom (? Alongskom). B. June 19, 1875, 
at Bangkok, Siam. Matric. Michs. 1899. 

ANWYL, OWEN EVAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 1877. 
S. of Owen, of Heathfield, Wandsworth Common, London. 
B. July i6, 1857, at Kensington. School, King's College, 
London (Dr Maclear). Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 
1884. Ord. deacon, 1881; priest (Exeter) 1882; C. of St 
Sidwell, Exeter, 1881-7. C. of All Saints', Plymouth, 1887- 
90. v., 1898-1913. C. of Streatham, 1890-4. C. of Godshill, 
Isle of Wight, 1894-8. Chaplain of St Catherine's Home, 
Ventnor, 1895-8. Died Nov. 28, 1913, aged 56, at Plymouth. 
{Crockford; R. F. Scott; The Times, Nov. 29, 1913.) 

APCAR, ARRATOON THOMAS. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1877. 
2nd s. of the late Thomas Arratoon, merchant, of Calcutta. 
B. there May 17, 1858. School, St Xavier's College, Calcutta. 
Matric. Michs. 1877; Scholar, 1878-81; B.A. 1881; LL.B. 
1882; M..\. 1886. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 14, 1878. 
Called to the Bar, i88i. In practice at Calcutta in 1898. 
Died Sept. 2, 1906, at 9, Kensington Park Road, London. 
{Venn, 11. 428.) 

APCAR, JOHN ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 23, 
1871. 3rd s. of Alexander Arratoon, of 74, Lancaster Gate, 
London. B. Oct. i, 1854, at Calcutta. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1871. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Sept. 26, 
1871. Called to the Bar, 1874. Practised before the High 
Court at Calcutta. Died Feb. 8, 1921. Brother of Thomas A. 
(1863). (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

APCAR, THOMAS ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 28, 1863. S. and h. of Alexander [Arratoon]. B. 
Jan. 24, 1847, at Calcutta. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 



Appleby, Howard Lawton 

1865. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 20, 1865. Called to 
the Bar, i86g. Practised before the High Court at Calcutta. 
Died Nov. 6, 1897. Brother of John A. (1871). (Foster, Men 
at the Bar.) 

APJOHN, RICHARD. Adm. at Caius, 1872. Hon. M.A. 1875- 
S. of James, M.D., Professor of Chemistry at Dublin. B. 
1846. Previously at Trinity College, DubUn. B.A. (Dublin) 
1870. Appointed first chemical praelector at Caius, Dec. 10, 
1872. Public Analyst for Cambs. and Hunts. A careful and 
successful teacher, who did much for chemical teaching in 
the college. Died Sept. 12, 1877, from the effects of a 
bicycling accident, when on a tour in Surrey. (Venn, 11. 
406.) 

APLETREE, HENRY [GEORGE]. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. II, 1852. Of Wanvs. Matric. Michs. 1852, as 
Hen. George. 

APLIN, WILLIAM LARKINS WATSON. Adm. pens, at Mag- 
dalene, June 16, 1849. S. of , 'Dux, E.I.C [perhaps 

Andrew Snape Hammond (Aplin), Army Colonel; died 
1854]. B. Aug. 9, 1825, at Calcutta. School, Blackheath. 
Migrated to Christ's, Oct. 19, 1849. Matric. Michs. 1849. 

APPACH, FRANCIS HOBSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 26, 1844. S. of Thomas. B. 1826, in London. School, 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1844; B.A. 1848; 
M.A. 1 85 1. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 16, 1848. Called to 
the Bar, 1851. Of Elcot Park, Kintbury, Berks. Author, 
A n Essay on the A cts for the Relief of Trustees ; Caius Julius 
Caesar's British Expeditions from Boulogne to the Bay of 
Apuldore. Died Jan. 27, 1896, aged 69. Father of the next. 
(Boase, iv. Suppl.; Fox-Daviss.) 

APPACH, GEORGE FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. I, 1877. S. of Francis Hobson (above). B. 1858, in 
London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1877. Died 1927. 
(Fox-Davies.) 

APPASAMY, PAUL. .-Vdm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 3, 1900. 
Of Madras University. Matric. Michs. 1900; Scholar, 1901; 
B..\. 1903; LL.B. 1904; M.A. 1907. Died Sept. 1933. 
(Emmanuel Coll. Mag.) 

APPERLEY, henry WILLIAM. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 9, 1899. 
[S. of Henry GwiUim, of Hereford.] School, Hereford Cathe- 
dral. Matric. Michs. 1899. Hon. Secretary of the Old Here- 
fordian Club for many years. Died Oct. 27, 1929, aged 52, 
at The Skilts, Somers Road, Malvern. (Record of Old Here- 
fdrdians; The Times, Oct. 31, 1929.) 

APPERLY or APPERLEY, JOSIAH MARLING. Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Oct. 16, 1877. S. of James, manufacturer. B. 
Mar. 17, 1S48, at Dudbridge, Selsley, Gloucs. Bapt. Dec. 28, 
1867. School, Cheltenham CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1877; 
B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon, 1880; priest (Rochester) 
Dec. 1881; C. of Snodland, Kent, 1880-4. C. of St Margaret- 
next-Rochester, 1884-6. C. of Borstal, 1884-6. V. of Tonge, 
1886-1926. Died Mar. 5, 1931, aged 82, at Salisbury. 
(C)ieUenham Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

APPLEBEE, CHARLES. .■\dm. sizar at Jesus, Dec. 14, 1793; 
a 'Ten-year' man. Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1793- 

APPLEBEE, GEORGE. M.A. from St Catharine's, 1757; adm. 
there July 4, i757, from St John's College, Oxford. S. of 
Charles, of St Bride's, London. B. Jan. i, 1723-4. School, 
Merchant Taylors'. Matric. (St John's College, Oxford) 
Dec. 3, 1741, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1745. V. of Worminghall, 
Bucks!, 1754-83. V. of Shipton Bellinger, Hants., 1761-83. 
Died July 29, 1783, at Islington. Will P.C.C. 397 Comwallis. 
(Al. Oxon.; Lipsomb, i. 580; Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg., ed. 
1936.) 

APPLEBEE, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, June 24, 
1812. S. of Charles. B. at Putney, London. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1819; M.A. 1823. Ord. 
deacon (London) June 10, 1827. V. of Whissendine, Rutland, 
1846-64. Died there .A.ug. 11, 1864, aged 71. (G. Mag., 
1864, II. 391.) 

APPLEBY, DIGBY. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1900. 3rd s. 
of Thomas, shipowner, of Greatham, Durham. B. there 
Mar. 31, 1880. School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1900; 
B.A. and LL.B. 1903. Served in the Great War (Capt., 
Welsh Regt.; mentioned in despatches). Of Radjrr, Glamor- 
gan. (Uppingham Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List.) 

APPLEBY, HOWARD LAWTON. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1890. Adm. at Queens', Dec. 15, 1891. S. of Albert. B. 
Jan. 30, 1873, at Gloucester. School, Crypt Grammar. 
Scholar, 1892; B.A. 1893. Assistant Master at Bowdon 
CoUege, Cheshire, for four years. Assistant Master at Ripon 
Grammar School, 1898-1908. Of The Grammar School, 
Ripon, Yorks. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1908; Queens' Coll. 
Club, 1936.) 



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Appleford, Herbert Harben 

APPLEFORD, HERBERT HARBEN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 3, 1890. S. of James, master miller, of Southampton. 
B. Mar. 8, 1868, at Ringwood, Southampton. Matric. Michs. 
1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon, 1894; priest 
(Oxford) 1895; C. of St GUes', Reading, 1894-5. V. of St 
Peter's, Rochdale, Lanes., 1899-1901. V. of Stoke Row, 
Oxon., 1901-11. V. of Gt WUbraham, Cambs., 1911-23; 
retired and hved at Cambridge. A generous benefactor to the 
new parish of St George's, Milton Road, Cambridge. Died 
suddenly, Oct. 29, 1932, at Cambridge. (Crockford; The 
Times, Oct. 31, 1932.) 

APPLEFORD, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Oct. 27, 1869. Ord. deacon, 1869; priest (Ripon) 1870. C. of 
Long Preston, 1869-70. C. of Sheffield, 1870-3. V. of 
Buckthorpe, Yorks., 1873-1914- Not in Crockford, 1015. 
Author, A Brief Account of the Parish and Parish Church of 
St Andreii; Buckthorpe. (Crockford, 1913.) 

APPLEFORD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 18, 1854. 
S. of William, miller, of Coggeshall, Essex. B. there Aug. 9, 
1829. Schools, Coggeshall and Colchester. Matric. Michs. 
1854; B.A. 1858. Ord. deacon (London) 1858; priest, 1859. 
Assistant Chaplain to Wakefield prison, i860. Chaplain of 
the Convict Prison, Woking, 1869; of Portland, 1877-85. 
V. of St Peter's, Portland, 1877-85. Chaplain at Tours, 
1885-90. Died Apr. 20, 1890, at Bognor. Buried there. 
Father of the next. (Venn, n. 318.) 

APPLEFORD, WILLIAM PERCY. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. i, 
1886. S. of William (above), clerk. B. May 24, 1866, at 
Wakefield. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1SS6. 
Engineer in India. Public Works Department, Kashmir, 
1889-91. Served with the Hunza Nagar Expedition, 1891-2; 
with the Chitral Relief Expedition, 1895. During the Great 
War, attached to the Royal Engineers, 1914-18. Chief 
Engineer, Bridges and Roads Branch, P.W.D., Kashmir, 
1922. Chief Engineer to the Kashmir Government; Director, 
1928. M.I.C.E. Retired, 1930. (Venn, 11. 480; Haileybury 
Sch. Reg.) 

APPLEGATE, FRANK WATT. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 21, 1893. 
[S. of F., Esq., of Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts.] School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896. Joined the Wilts. 
Regt., tgoo. Died June 2, 1901, in India. (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.) 

APPLETON, ALFRED JAMES. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 
1899. [4th s. of Henry, solicitor, of St Anne's Grange, 
Barley, Leeds.] B. Aug. 6, 1 881, at Adel, near Leeds. School, 
Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. 1902. Solicitor, 
1908. Served in the Great War (Capt. and Adjutant, 
R.A.S.C; twice mentioned in despatches; M.C.). Of The 
Hanburies, Bishop's Frome, Worcs., 1925. Brother of 
Edward L. (1897) and of Francis C. (1898). (Univ. War List.) 

APPLETON, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 11, 1878. 
S. of Richard, clerk, of Grappenhall House, Warrington, 
Lanes. B. Aug. 15, 1859, at Liverpool. School, Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. (Theol. Trip., ist Class) 1882; 
M.A. 18S6. Ord. deacon, 1883; priest (Durham) 1884; C. of 
Gateshead, 1883-5. C. of Waterbeach, Cambs., 1885-6. C. 
of St George's, Camberwell, London (Trinity College Mission) 
1886-93. Died May 13, 1893, at the Clergy House, Cam- 
berwell. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; The Times, May 16, 1893.) 

APPLETON, EDWARD LANGDALE. Adm. at Clare, May 11, 
1897. [S. of Henry, soUcitor, of Rawdon Hill, Arthington, 
Leeds. B. 1878.] School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 
1897; B.A. 1900. Land agent. Served in the Great War 
(Lieut., Border Regt. and Training Reserve Battahon). Of 
The Hanburies, Bishop's Frome, Worcs., 1925. Brother of 
the next and of Alfred J. (1899). (Malvern College Reg.; 
Univ. War List.) 

APPLETON, FRANCIS CASS. Adm. at Clare, Apr. 22, 1898. 
[S. of Henry, solicitor, of Rawdon HUl, Arthington, Leeds. 
B. 1879.] School, Malvern College. Matric. Michs. 1898. 
Civil Engineer; Ass. M.I.C.E. Served in the Great War, 
1914-19 (Lieut., R.E.; mentioned in despatches). Of The 
Hill House, Bodenham, Heref., 1925. Brother of the above 
and of .Alfred J. (1899). (Malvern College Reg.) 

APPLETON, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 21) 
at Jesus, Oct. 1884. S. of Richard Henry, Esq. B. at 
Stockton-on-Tees. School, Leys, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 
1884; B.A. 1887. 

APPLETON, JAMES. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 7, 1823. 
S. of Charles, of Rotherham, Yorks. [and Mary, of Surrey]. 
Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831. Ord. deacon, 
1828; priest, 1829. V. of St Neots, Hunts., 1837-47. V. of 
Worksop, Notts., 1847-70. Probably brother of Jonathan 
(1838) and father of the next. Not in Clergy List, 1872. 

APPLETON, JAMES ALLAN. Adm. pens, at St John's, July i, 
1856. S. of James (above), clerk. B. July 6, 1837, at St 
Neots, Hunts. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. i860. Ord. deacon, 
1862; priest (Lincoln) 1863; C. of Limber Magna, Lines., 



Appleyard, Francis Edward 

1862-6. Heldother curacies for short periods, 1866-70. C. of 
Cropwell Bishop, Notts., 1870-9. C. of Westborough, Lines., 
1879-85. C. of Bumham Sutton, Norfolk, 1886-98. C. of 
Terrington St Clement's, 1898-1903. Resided latterly at 
The Home of St Barnabas, near East Grinstead, Sussex. 
Died there July 22, 1904, aged 67. Buried at Worksop. 
(Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

APPLETON, JONATHAN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Mar. 10, 1838. S. of Charles. B. at Wimbledon, Surrey. 
Matric. Michs. 1838; B.A. 1843. C. of Wales, Yorks., 1850-4. 
Died Sept. i, 1854, aged 56. Probably brother of James 
(1823). (G. Mag., 1854, II. 527, where he is styled John.) 

APPLETON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
May 21, 1822. S. of William. B. at Liverpool. School, Royal 
Liverpool Institute (Mr Monk). Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 
1827; M.A. 1830. Ord. deacon, 1830; priest, 1831. Chaplain 
of the County Gaol at Kirkdale, Liverpool, 1839-68. R. of 
South Reston, Lines., 1868-74. Not in Crockford, 1876. 
Father of the next. 

APPLETON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 16, 1867. 
S. of Richard (above), clerk. B. Feb. 17, 1849, at Liverpool. 
School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1867; Scholar; 
Chancellor's medal; Prizeman; B.A. (6th Wrangler) 1871; 
M.A. 1874. FeUow, 1873. Tutor, 1885-94. Held various 
College Offices. Examiner for the Theological Tripos, 1880 
and 1881. Lecturer in Mathematics and subsequently in 
Theology, 1874-94. Ord. deacon, 1874; priest (Ely) 1878. 
Superintendent of the Jesus Lane Sunday School, Cambridge, 
1873-82. A Governor of Christ's Hospital, 1878; Almoner, 
1891-1909. Treasurer and Secretary of the Cambridge 
Clergy Training School, 1881-94. Chairman of the Educa- 
tion Committee, 1894-1903. Examining Chaplain to three 
successive Bishops of Durham — ^Dr Lightfoot, Dr Westcott 
and Dr Moule. Whitehall preacher, 1882-4. Warden of 
Trinity College Mission and V. of Camberwell, 1894-1903. 
V. of Ware, Herts., 1904-7; Rural Dean, 1904-7. Hon. 
Canon of Durham, 1901-9. Commissary, Osaka, 1899-1909. 
Master of Selwyn College, 1907--9; left a permanent memorial 
of his Mastership in the erection of the Southern range of 
buildings, including the College HaU, and Combination 
room. Re-edited the smaller Cambridge Bible for Schools, for 
the University Press. A man of deep religious faith and 
consistency of hfe; exercised a lasting influence on many 
generations of undergraduates as well as on the working 
population of Camberwell. Died Mar. i, 1909, at Selwyn 
Lodge. (Selwyn Coll. Cal., 1909-11; Crockford; The Times, 
Mar. 2, 1909.) 

APPLETON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Nov. 11, 
1847. Matric. Lent, 1848. Migrated to Queens', Dec. 23, 

1848. 

APPLEWHAITE or APPLETHWAITE HENRY. Adm. pens. 
(age 17) at Pembroke, May 27, 1788. S. of Henry, Esq., of 
Huntingfield, Suffolk. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1788; 
Scholar, as Applethwaite. Fought a duel with a fellow student, 
Richard Rycroft, who died from his wounds, Nov. 25, 1791. 
He and his second Mr [John] Hollond of Trinity were 
expelled from the University. Matric. (Alban Hall, Oxford) 
Nov. 24, 1792, age 22; B.A. (Oxford) 1796. (Cooper, 
Annals, iv. 441; Al. Oxon.) 

APPLEYARD, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 

Mar. 4, 1754. Matric. Michs. 1755; Scholar, 1756. 

APPLEYARD, CLEMENT EDWIN EMERIS. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, Aug. 1, 1867. S. and h. of Edwin Wilham, P.C. of 
Prestolee, near Manchester. B. Feb. 17, 1848, at Newchurch. 
School, Clitheroe (Mr Boden). Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 
1871; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon, 1871; priest (Manchester) 
1872. P.C. of Troutbeck, Westmorland, 1877-82. Chaplain 
of St Mary's Church and School for the Blind, Liverpool, 
1882-4. Living at St Asaph, c. 1890-1900, without cure. 
Disappears from Crockford, 1901. Brother of John (18S3). 

APPLEYARD, ERNEST SILVANUS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Apr. 19, 1822. S. of Richard Smith. B. at Enfield, 
Middlesex. School, Bamet, Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1822. 
Migrated to Caius, Oct. 30, 1822; Scholar, 1823-7; B.A. 
1827; M.A. 1830. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 8, 1828; priest. 
May 24, 1829. Chaplain at St Katherine's Hospital, Regent's 
Park, London, 184 1-6. Resided at Weald Park, Stanmore, 
Middlesex, 1845-9. Of Crawley, Sussex, in i866 (in Clergy 
List, unbeneficed). Author, Sernums, etc. Died May 14, 
1876, at Tilgate Cottage, Slaugham, Sussex. (Venn, 11. 191.) 

APPLEYARD, FRANCIS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Apr. 26, 1887. S. of G., Esq., of Savile House, 
Halifax. Matric. Michs. 1887; B..A.. 1890; M.B. and B.C. 1896. 
At St Thomas's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1894. 
Medical Officer at B.S.A. Co.'s Hospital, Umtali. Medical 
Officer to the Rhodesian Railways. Of Salisbury, South 
Rhodesia; in practice there in 1922. (Medical Directory, 
1922.) 



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Appleyard, Gerald Lindsay 

APPLEYARD, GERALD LINDSAY (? LINDSEY). Adm. pens, at 
Peterhouse, Oct. 5, 1876. [2nd s. of Richard Hall, barrister, 
of 6, Westboume Terrace, Paddington, London.] B. Sept. 7, 
1854. Matric. Michs. 1876, as Lindsey. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, Apr. 21, 1880, as Gerald Lindsay, no call; name 
withdrawn, 1892. Died July 20, 1935, aged 81, at Sheen. 
{T. A. Walker, 549; The Times, July 22, 1935.) 

APPLEYARD, JOHN. Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1883. Adm. pens, 
to St John's, Jan. 10, 1884. S. of Edwin William, clerk. B. 
at Kersley, Lanes. [Bapt. Nov. i, 1858.] B.A. 1885; M.A. 
1910. Ord. deacon (Manchester) 1884; priest (York for 
Manchester) 1886; C. of Prestolee, Lanes., 1884-6. Held other 
curacies, 1886-99. R. of Moston, Lanes., 1899-1910. R. of 
St John's, Cheetham, 1910-12. Died (?) 1912. Brother of 
Clement E. E. (1867). [To be distinguished from John 
Appleyard, M.A., D.Litt., congregational minister; a graduate 
of St John's, Annapolis, U.S.A. ; born at Keighley, Yorks., 
1869. Author. Of Brixham, Devon. See Who's Who in 
Congregationalism, 1934.] 

APPLEYARD, ROBERT PRESCOT. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, July 7, 1830. S. of Robert. B. in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1830. Of Connaught Square, London. 

APPLEYARD, WILLIAM ELLWOOD. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
June 17, 1847. Matric. Michs. 1847. 

APPS, CHARLES THOMAS TODD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 13, 1900. S. of Alfred, Esq., of 5, Prospect Road, 
Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Matric. Lent, 1900; B.A. 1903; 
M.A. 1906. Assistant Master at Dauntsey Agricultural 
School, West Lavington, Wilts., 1903-11. Head Master of 
Calne County School, Wilts.; there in 1919. {Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1932-3.) 

APREECE, SHUCKBURGH ASHBY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) 
at Trinity Hall, July 2, 1791. S. and h. of Sir Thomas 
[Hussey], Bart., of Washingley, Hunts, [and Dorothea, dau. 
of Shuckburgh Ashby, of Quenby Hall, Leics.]. B. Dec. 17, 
1773. School, Starrow {sic), [Harrow]. Married Jane, dau. 
of Charles Kerr, Oct. 3, 1799. Died s.p. and v.p. Oct. 6, 1807. 
{G.E.C., V. 224; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

APSEY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, Apr. 11, 
1805. S. of William, tradesman, of High Street, Ely. School, 
Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Easter, 1806; B.A. 1810; M.A. 
1813. No profession. Died May, 1846. Buried at St Mary's, 
Ely. (Peile, 11. 356.) 

APTHORP or APTHORPE, CHARLES PRETYMAN. Adm. pens, 
at Emmanuel, June 13, 1861. Matric. Michs. 1861; Scholar, 
1863; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1868. Ord. deacon, 1866; priest 
(Lincoln) 1867; C. of St Michael's, Stamford, 1866-7. C. of 
New Radford, 1867-70. C. of St Mary Magdalen, Lines., 
1870-2. C. of Tinwell, Rutland, and St George's, Stamford, 
1872-6. C. of St John the Baptist, Stamford, 1876-9. C. of 
Flushing, Cornwall, 1881-3; V. there, 1883-9. Lie. pr., dio. 
Exeter, 1890-1908; dio. Chichester, 1908-19. Resided 
latterly at 68, Pattison Road, Child's Hill, London, N.W. 2. 
Died Dec. 28, 1923, aged 81, at Hampstead. {Crockford; 
R. F, Scott; 2 he Times, Jan. 2, 1924.) 

APTHORP or APTHORPE, EAST. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Feb. 8, 1867. [S. of East, General, Madras Army, and of 
Cheltenham. B. July 23, 1848. School, Cheltenham College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1867, as Apthorp; Scholar; B.A. 1871; M.A. 
1874. Ord. deacon, 1872; priest (Peterb.) 1873; C. of 
Chelveston, Northants., 1872-4. C. of Abinger, Surrey, 
1875-7. C. of Billinghay, Lines., 1877-9. V. of Famham, 
Norfolk, 1883-1916. Resided latterly at St Barnabas 
Homes, Dormans, Surrey. Died May 28, 1923. {Cheltenham 
Coll. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

APTHORP, EDMUND EAST. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 
1897. S. of George Francis (1858), clerk, of Shrigley, Cheshire. 
B. Sept. 29, 1877, at Shrigley. School, Malvern College. 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. Assistant Master at Dun- 
stable Grammar School, Beds. Of Ashton Lodge, Dun- 
stable, in 1939. Brother of Marmaduke G. {1895). {Malvern 
Coll. Reg.; Queens' Coll. Club, 1939.) 

APTHORP or APTHORPE, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, (age 17) 
at Jesus, Apr. 28, 1795, as Apthorpe. S. of East (1751). 
Preb. of St Paul's. B. at Croydon, Surrey. School, Croydon 
(MrHodson). Matric. Michs. 1795; Scholar, 1796; B.A. i799; 
M.A. i8o2. Ord. deacon (Lincohi, Litt. dim. from Ely) 
Sept. 14, i8oi. Preb. of Lincoln, 1802-53. V. of Bicker, 
Lines., 1803-53. R. of Gumley, Leics., 1806-53. V. of 
Famdon, Notts., 1808-51. Married Susan, dau. of George 
Hubbard, Esq. Died Aug. 12, 1853, aged 74- Buried at 
Gumley. M.I. Father of George F. (1821) and WilUam H. 
(1825). {Cant. Aa Bk.; Nichols, iv. Pt 2, 1050; G. Mag., 
1854, I. 551.) 

APTHORP, GEORGE FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 15, 1858. [Perhaps s. of George Frederick (next).] 



Arabin, William St Julien 

Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 
1863; priest (Lincoln) 1864; C. of Barrow-on-Humber, 
1863-5. C. of St Swithin, Lines., 1865-7. C. of Birdsall, 
Yorks., 1867-71. Domestic Chaplain to Lord Middleton. 
C. of Bamingham, 1871-3. V. of Pott-Shrigley, Cheshire, 
1873-89. Resided latterly at Worthing, Sussex. Died there 
Jan. 14, 1929, aged 89. Father of Marmaduke G. (1895), 
George O. (1890) and Edmund E. (1897). {Crockford; The 
Times, Jan. 15, 1929.) 

APTHORP, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 10, 1821. Of Suffolk. 2nd s. of Frederick (i795), clerk, 
of Gumley, Leics. Schools [Harrow and] Shrewsbury. Matric. 
Michs. 1822; Scholar, 1823; B.A. 1826. Ord. deacon, 1827; 
priest (Lincohi) 1828. V. of Bierton-with-Bucklaud, Bucks., 
1832-4. Minor Canon of Lincohi, 1833. P.C. of Greetwell, 
1833-8. R. of Thorpe-on-the-Hill, 1837-77. Senior V. of 
Lincoln Cathedral. V. of Ashby Puerorum, 1837-60. Preb. 
of Lincoln, 1865-77. Not in Crockford, 1878. Brother of 
William H. (1825) and perhaps father of George F. (1858). 
{Shrewsbury Sch. Reg. ; Foster, Index Eccles.) 

APTHORP, GEORGE OWEN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Dec. 15, 1890. S. and h. of George Francis (1858), clerk, of 
13, De Parys Avenue, Bedford. B. Jan. i, 1873- School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1899. 
Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (Winchester) 1897; C. of St Peter's, 
Bournemouth, 1896-9. Held other curacies, 1899-1909. R. 
of Rewe, Devon, 1907-17. R. of Rewe with Netherexe, 
1917-33; retired. Lie. to offic, dio. Guildford, 1933-- Ot 
Wrecclesham, Surrey, 1938. Brother of Edmund E. (1897) 
and the next. {Marlborough Coll. Reg.; Crockford, 1938.) 

APTHORP, MARMADUKE GWYN. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Michs. 1895. S. of George Francis (1858), clerk, of Church 
Walk Worthing, Sussex. B. Nov. 16, 1875, at Shngley, near 
Macclesfield. School, Malvern College. Matnc. Michs. 1895; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. 1898. Served with Kitchener's Horse in 
the South African War, 1899-1902. Entered the Cape Cml 
Service. Secretary to the Prime Minister of Cape Colony, 
1909-10 Civil Commissioner and Resident Magistrate at 
Glen Grey, 1917; at Kentani, 1923. Chief Native Com- 
missioner, King Wmiam's Town, 1934- Brother of Edmund 
E. (1897), etc. {Malvern Coll. Reg.; Queens' Coll. Club, 1936.) 

APTHORP or APTHORPE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, Oct. 10, 1825. Of Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1825; 
Scholar, 1826. 

APTHORP or APTHORPE, WILLIAM HUTCHINSON. Adm. 
pens, at Christ's, Dec. 17, 1825. 4tli s. of Frederick (1795), 
R of Gumley, Leics. B. May 17. 1807. Tancred Student, 
1825; Matric. Lent, 1826, as Apthorp, W. H.; B.A. 1831. 
Ord. deacon (York) 1832; priest (Lincohi) Sept. 1834; V. of 
Bierton-with-Buckland, Bucks., 1834-51- J-P- for Bucks. 
P.C. of Blackford, Somerset, 1851-8. Went to Bath; re- 
siding there in 1867. Married Elizabeth, dau. of William 
Watts, of Hanslope Park, Bucks. Died July 27, 1883, at 
Lee, Kent. Brother of George F. (1821). {Peile, 11. 421.) 

ARABIN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 29, 
1828. S. and h. of WilUam St Julien (next). B. Mar. i, 1811, 
in London. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A 1834. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 13, 1832. Called to the Bar, 
1839 A partner in Meux's brewery. Of Beech Hill Park, 
Essex, and of Drayton House, Middlesex. D.L for Essex. 
T P for Middlesex, Herts, and Essex. Mamed (his cousm) 
Elizabeth Mary, dau. of Sir Henry Meux, Bart of Theobald s 
Park, Herts., Oct. 10, 1839- Died Sept. 6 1865, aged 54. at 
Theobald's Park, Herts. (Foster, P. and B.; G. Mag., 1865, 
n. 532-) 

ARABIN, WILLIAM ST JULIEN. Adm pens at Corpus 
Christi Apr. 23, 1791. Of Norwich. [S. and h. of WiUiam 
Tohn, Lieut.-Col. School, St Paul's.] Matric. Michs. 1791; 
Scholar; B.A. 1795- Adm. at the I^i" Temple, Jan 18, 
1793, as 'William St Julian {sic); s. of Wilham John, Esq., 
of George Street, Manchester Square.' CaUed to the Bar, 
1801. Practised at the Old BaUey and other Metropohtan 
Sessions. Serjeant-at-law, 1824. Deputy Recorder of the 
City of London. Deputy Advocate-General of the Army. 
Judge-Advocate-General, 1838^. Judge of the Central 
Criminal Court and of the Sheriffs' Court, London. O Beech 
Hill Park, Essex. Much interested m agricultural pursuits. 
A Verderer of the Forests of Epping and Hainault. Mamed 
Mary, dau. of Richard Meux, Esq., of Bloomsbury Square 
London, Oct. 11, 1803. Died Dec. 15, 1841, aged 66. Father 
of R°chard (ab<;ve). [He occurs in T. Mathew's recently 
published work. For Laivyers and others, where it is suggested 
that he may be the original of 'Serjeant Snubbins in 
Pickwick; his ObUer Dicta collected by members of Bar 
under the title Arabiniana, has been described as a lasting 
tribute to the incoherence and muddle headedness of his 
observations.'] {St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 
1803, 1842, I. 219; C. R. Hudleston.) 



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Arakie, Ezra Aaron 

ARAKIE, EZRA AARON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. lo, 
1894. Matric. Michs. 1894. B.A. 1898; M.A. 1924. Of 50, 
Bowbazaar Street, Calcutta, India. Hon. Secretary of the 
Ebas Myer Free School and Talmud Torah of Bowbazaar 
Street; took an active part in all Jewish aSairs in Calcutta. 
(Reg. of the Senate, 1937; R. P. Paranjpye.) 

ARATHOON, ARATHOON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 4, 
1867. 4th s. of Harapiet, clerk, of Sutton, Surrey. B. Nov. 16, 
1849, at Calcutta. School, Doveton College, Calcutta (Mr 
McCrindle). Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1873. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Apr. 15, 1872, as 4th s. of Arathoon Herapiet, 
Esq., of Calcutta. Called to the Bar, 1875. Practised before 
the High Court at Calcutta. Died Apr. 24, 1912, aged 62, at 
Paddington. (Scott, MSS.; Inns of Court.) 

ARBER, EDWARD ALEXANDER NEWELL. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 29, 1895. S. of Edward, of 73, Shepherd's 
Bush Road, London [Professor of English at Mason College, 
Birmingham, 1881-94, for whom see D.N.B.]. B. Aug. 5, 
J870, in London. Schools, King Edward VI, Birmingham, 
and University College, London. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 
1898; M.A. 1902; Sc.D. 1912. University Demonstrator in 
Palaeobotany, 1899-1918. F.L.S., 1903. F.G.S. A member 
of the Council of the Linnean Society, 1908. An indefatigable 
investigator; his work included the systematic description 
of fossil plants from British coalfields; had an extensive know- 
ledge of the e.xtinct floras of South Africa, Australia, New 
Zealand and other regions. Author, British Museum Cata- 
logue of the Plants of the Glossopteris Flora. Died June 14, 
1918, at Cambridge. (The Times, June 18, 1918.) 

ARBLASTER, EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Clare, Mar. 25, 1871. 
Schools, Shrewsbury and King Edward VI, Birmingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1871; Scholar; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 
1875; M.A. 1878. Head Master of Birkenhead Grammar 
SchooL Head Master of Carlisle Grammar School, 1885-90; 
resigned. Sometime examiner in London University. 
Examiner for the Oxford and Cambridge Board and the 
Cambridge Local Syndicate. Ord. deacon, 1920; priest 
(Birmingham) 1921; C. of ColeshiU, Warws., 1920-8. R. of 
Whitsbury, Hants., 1928-37. Died there Jan. 8, 1937, 
aged 85. Brother of Frank (next). (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; 
Carlisle Gr. Sch. Reg. ; Crockford.) 

ARBLASTER, FRANK. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 10, 1885. Matric. 
Michs. 1885 ; B.A. 1888. Assistant Master at Carlisle Grammar 
School, 1888-90. Second Master at Daventry Grammar 
School. Afterwards in the Canadian Pacific Railway OlSces 
at Montreal. Served in the Great War (with the Canadian 
Hospital Contingent in Serbia). Brother of Edmund (above). 
(G. B. Routledge.) 

ARBOUIN, WILLIAM TUCKWELL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Nov. 23, 1854. S. of Samuel, of 47, Brunswick 
Road, Brighton. B. at Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Matric. 
Michs. 1855. 

ARBUTHNOT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 2, 1854. S. of John Alves, of Coworth Park, Chertsey, 
Surrey. B. June 9, 1836, at Madras, India. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1854. Entered the Army (Lieut., Royal 
Artillery, 1855; Capt., 1864; Major, 1868; Lieut. -Col., 1877; 
retired). Served in India, 1857-8. In the Abyssinian cam- 
paign, as A.D.C. to Sir Charles Staveley, 1867-78 (three 
times mentioned in despatches; Brevet-Major). M.P. for 
Hereford, 1 871-4 and 1878-80. Of Norton Court, Gloucs. 
J. P. for Gloucs. J. P. and D.L. for Heref. Married and had 
issue. Died Dec. 26, 1912, at HiUingdon, Middlesex. Buried 
at Sunningdale, Berks. Brother of William (1850). (Vis. of 
England and Wales, xviii.) 

ARBUTHNOT, GERALD ARCHIBALD. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1892. S. of William, Major-General, C.B., of Thorpe End, 
Chertsey, Surrey. B. Dec. 19, 1872. School, Famborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1892. Previously (1885-91) a midshipman 
in the Royal Navy. Private Secretary to Walter Hume Long, 
while President of the Board of Agriculture, 1895-9, at the 
Local Government Board, 1901-2, and when Chief Secretary 
for Ireland, 1905-6. M.P. for Burnley, 1910 (Jan. -Nov.). 
During the first 15 months of the Great War employed in 
mine-sweeping (Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve). Joined the 
2nd Grenadier Guards as 2nd Lieut., 1916. Married and had 
issue. KUled in action, Sept. 25, 1916. Buried in Citadel 
Cemetery, Camoy, France. ( Vis. of England and Wales, xviii.) 

ARBUTHNOT, LIONEL GOUGH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 14, 1886. S. of Hugh Gough, of 40, Princes Gate, 
London. B. Sept. 24, 1867, in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. i886. Partner in Arbuthnot, Latham and 
Co., merchants and bankers, of London. Served in the 
Great War (Capt., Lanes. Fusihers). M.B.E. Order of the 
White Eagle (Serbia). (Burke, O.B.E.; Univ. War List; 
Fox-Davies, ed. 1929.) 

ARBUTHNOT, MALCOLM ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, June 25, 1897. S. of William Reierson, of Plaw- 
Hatch, East Grinstead, Sussex. B. there Sept. 23, 1878. 



Archdale, George John 

School, Monkton Combe, Somerset (Mr Bryan). Matric. 
Michs. 1897. Stockbroker. Served in the Great War (Capt., 
Seaforth Highlanders, 1915; severely wounded; Brevet- 
Major). Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General at the War 
Office. O.B.E. Of 69, Courtfield Gardens, London, S.W. 5. 
(Burke, O.B.E. ; Univ. War List.) 

ARBUTHNOT, ROBERT GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. I, 1859. 4th s. of Archibald Francis, Esq. B. May 20, 
1843, at Madras (sic), India [at Bishopsgate, near Windsor, 
according to F. A. Crisp]. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1861; Scholar, 1864; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1865; 
M.A. 1868. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Apr. 29, 1865. Migrated 
to the Inner Temple, May 23, 1868. Called to the Bar, 1868. 
Revising Barrister for Surrey, 1879-90. Married and had 
issue. Joint-editor with R. H. CoUins of Smith's Leading 
Cases, 7th, 8th and gth eds. Died Mar. 19, 1890, aged 46, at 
9, Hyde Park Gate, London. Buried in Dean Cemetery, 
Edinburgh. M.I. (Vis. of England and Wales, xviii; The 
Times, Mar. 21, 1890.) 

ARBUTHNOT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Dec. 16, 1850. S. and h. of John Alves [Esq., of Coworth 
Park, Berks.]. B. Apr. 14, 1833, in London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1851; B.A. 1855. Lieut., Rifle Brigade. Of 
Coworth Park, Old Windsor, afterwards of The Ham Manor, 
Newbury, Berks. J. P. and D.L. for Berkshire. Twice 
married and had issue. Died Feb. 9, 1896, at Ulster Place, 
Regent's Park, London. Buried at Thatcham, Berks. 
Brother of George (1854). 

ARCEDECKNE, CHALONER. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at 
Jesus, May 14, 1802. and s. of Chaloner, Esq. [of Glevering 
HaU, Suffolk]. B. in London. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 
1804; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1809. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Apr. 14, 1804; no call. Died unmarried 1812, '2nd s. of the 
late Chaloner A., of Glevering Hall.' No Christian name 
given in G. Mag. Brother of the next. (G. Mag., i. 193.) 

ARCEDECKNE, WALTER. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, 
Mar. 4, 1 8 14. Of Suffolk. [3rd s. of Chaloner, of Glevering 
Hall. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1815; LL.B. 1821. Of 
Lower Grosvenor Street, Grosvenor Square, London, and of 
Lewes Crescent, Kemptown, Brighton. Died Jan. 5, 1865, 
aged 68, at Richmond, Surrey. Brother of Chaloner (above). 
(Burke, L.G.; Eton Sch. Lists; G. Mag., 1865, i. 260.) 

ARCHBOLD, GEORGE KEMP. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 1, 1887. Of Berks. S. of Thomas (i860), clerk, of Grove 
Road, Thorpe Hamlet, Norfolk. B. Jan. 15, 1869, at Stan- 
ford-in-the-Vale, Berks. School, Norwich Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1887; Scholar, 1889; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1897. Master at 
Institut St Bernard, Brussels, 1891; at Army College, Heath 
End, Farnham, 1896. At RedcUffe House, CUfton, 1906. 
Joint Head Master (with F. D. H. Joy) of Aysgarth School, 
Newton-le-Willows, Yorks., 1915-32-. (Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1932-3.) 

ARCHBOLD [post PEARS-ARCHBOLD], JAMES ARCHBOLD 
PEARS. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Christ's, Oct. 11, 1869. S. 
of William [Pears], banker. [Of Fenham Hall, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne; afterwards took the name Archbold.] B. at 
Carlisle. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1869. Kept five 
terms; name removed, Apr. 1872. Assumed the additional 
surname of Pears-Archbold, Feb. 1, 1870. Of Shotley Lodge, 
Shotley Bridge. Died there Oct. 14, 1882, aged 34. (Peile, 11. 
611; W. A. J. Archbold.) 

ARCHBOLD, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 6, i860. 
S. of George. B. Jan. 24, 1835, at the MUesteads, parish of 
Ancroft, Northumberland. Matric. Michs. i860; Scholar, 
1863; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867. Ord. deacon, 1864; priest 
(Oxford) 1865. Vice-Principal of Culham College, Oxford, 
1864-6. C. of Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berks., 1866--9. Head 
Master of the Diocesan Middle School at Burgh, Norfolk, 
1869-75. Principal of the Norwich Training College, 1875- 
95. R. of Taverham, Norfolk, 1888-92. R. of Burgate, 
1895-1902. Died Mar. 13, 1902. Father of George K. (1887). 
(Crockford; Eagle.) 

ARCHBOLD, W. A. J., see JOBSON, W. A. 

ARCHDALE or ARCHDALL [post ARCHDALL-GRATWICKE], 
GEORGE JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July i, 1811. 
Of Derbs. S. of Richard, Esq., M.P. [B. at Spondon. Bapt. 
there May 14, 1787.] School, Derby. Matric. Michs. 1811, as 
ArchdaU; Scholar, 1812; B.A. 1815; M.A. 1818; B.D. 1825; 
D.D. (Lit. Reg.) 1835. Fellow, 1817. Bursar. Master, 1835- 
71. Vice-Chancellor, 1835 and 1841. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Nov. 3; priest (London, Litt. dim. from Ely) Dec. 22, 1822, 
as Geo. Archdale. Canon of Norwich, 1842-67. Assumed, by 
Royal Licence, Apr. 28, 1863, the additional surname of 
Gratwicke. Married Jemima Elizabeth, dau. of the Rev. 
WLQiam Kinterside, of .Ajigmering, Sussex, 1835. During his 
mastership extensive improvements to the Lodge were 
undertaken, and a strip of waste land, purchased from the 
Corporation, was added to the Fellows' Garden. 'A man of 



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singular good sense with the charm of an old time courtesy.' 
In early life he had been Emiong the EngUsh travellers de- 
tained in France by Napoleon, and took pleasure in relating 
anecdotes of the Emperor. Benefactor to his college. Died 
Sept. i6, 1871, at the Lodge. (Derby Sch. Reg.; J. B. Peace, 
Emmanuel Coll. Hist.) 
ARCHDALE or ARCHDALL, MERVYN. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 12, 1866. Of Tipperary, Ireland. [S. and h. 
of Thomas Hewan, M.A. (Dublin), afterwards V. of Tanfield 
and Canon of Durham.] Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 1870; 
M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon, 1869; priest (Carlisle) 1870. C. of 
Kendal, 1869-73. Secretary to the London Jewish Society, 
1873-82. V. of St Mary Balmain, Sydney, N.S.W., 1882- 
1907. R. of Penrith, N.S.W., 1907-13. Canon of Sydney, 
1902-17. Not in Crockford, 1918. 
ARCHDALE or ARCHDALL [post PORTER], JOHN PORTER. 
Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1874. 2nd s. of Nicholas Mont- 
gomery, of Co. Fermanagh, Ireland [and Adelaide Mary, dau. 
of the Rev. John Grey Porter, of Belle Isle, Co. Fermanagh]. 
B. Apr. 3, 1855. School, Bromsgrove. Matric. Michs. 1874. 
Assumed, by Royal Licence, May 11, 1876, the surname and 
arms of Porter in Ueu of Archdale. Succeeded to his father's 
estates, Feb. 2, 1877. Of Belle Isle, Co. Longford, Ireland. 
High Sheriff of Longford, 1879; of Fermanagh, 1883. J.P. 
and D.L. for Co. Longford and Co. Fermanagh. Senator for 
Northern Ireland. Married and had issue. (Venn, 11. 415; 
Burke, Irish Gentry; Walford, County Fam., ed. 1920; Fo-x- 
Davies, 1930.) 
ARCHER, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Oct. 1, 
1880. S. of Robert Joseph, Esq., of Tasmania. B. Dec. 14, 
1861. School, Launcester Church Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1880; LL.B. 1884. Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 13, 
1882. Called to the Bar, 1886. (T. A. Walker, 560.) 
ARCHER, CECIL. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 1884. S. of 
L. A., fleet surgeon, R.N. and M.D. (Edin.). B. Mar. 12, 
1865. Matric. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Ely 
for Winchester) 1888; priest, 1890; C. of Forton, Hants., 
1888-92. Chaplain in the Navy, 1892-1904. C. of New 
Brompton, Kent, 1905-9. C. of Maidstone, 1909-11. Acted 
as Chaplain at Forton during the Great War. Died at 
Walthamstow, 1934. (Crockford, 1934; H. Shapcote.) 
ARCHER, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at King's, Oct. 13, 1871. 
B. at Shelton, Stoke-on-Trent. Matric. Michs. 1871. Left 
college, June, 1872. 
ARCHER, CHARLES GOODWIN (GOODWYN). Adm. pens, 
(age i8) at Jesus, June 28, 1842. S. of Thomas. B. 1824, 
at Ely, Cambs. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1842, 
as Chas. Goodwyn; Scholar; B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Aug. 15, 1847; priest, Aug. 20, 1848. C. 
of Narburgh, Narford and Hilgay, Norfolk, 1854-6. R. of 
Alderton, Suffolk, 1856-1910. Died Nov. 8, 1910, aged 86, 
at Alderton. (Crockford; R. F. Scott.) 
ARCHER, FRANCIS. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Jan. 7, 1858. S. of 
Francis [M.R.C.S.], of 49, Rodney Street, LiverpooL B. 
there June 12, 1839. School, Liverpool Collegiate Institu- 
tion (Mr Howsou). Matric. Michs. 1858; Scholar, 1861; B.A. 
(27th Wrangler) 1862. Solicitor; in the firm of Gill and 
Archer, of Liverpool. Resided at 21, Mulgrave Street, 
Liverpool. Naturalist and entomologist. Died Feb. 29, 1892, 
of diphtheria. (G. B. Routledge.) 
ARCHER, FRANCIS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Aug. 26, 1861. Of Middlesex. [School, King's, Canterbury.] 
Matric. Michs. 1861; Scholar, 1862; B.A. 1865; M.A. 1868. 
Rowing 'blue.' Ord. deacon, 186S; priest (Oxford) 1870. 
Minor Canon of Chester, 1874-5. Conduct of Eton College, 
1875-6. V. of Christ Church, Monm., 1876-89. Died July i, 
1889. (Crockford; Cambridge Review, Feb. 20, 1931.) 

ARCHER, GEORGE (The Rev.). Matric. Non-CoU. Lent, 1876. 
Of Surrey. B. Aug. 16, 1847, at Peckham. Schools, Lavery 
Grammar and Highbury. Adm. at Corpus Christi, Apr. 12, 
1877; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1884. Previously at London College 
of Divinity. Ord. deacon (York) 1873; priest, 1874. C. of 
Marske-by-the-Sea, Yorks., 1873-5. C. of Croydon, Surrey, 
1880-2. C. of Halifax, Yorks., 1882-7. V. of St James's, 
Halifax, 1887-92. R. of Stilton, Hunts., 1892-1927. Went to 
reside at Talkm parsonage, Cumberland, 1927. Died there 
Oct. II, 1928, aged 89. Buried at Castle Carrock, Cumber- 
land. (G. B. Routledge; The Times, Oct. 13, 1928.) 

ARCHER, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Feb. 17, 1868. S. of WilUam. B. July 20, 1848, at Longford, 
Tasmania. School, Hobart Town. Tasmanian Government 
Scholar. Matric. Michs. 1868; Scholar, 1871; B.A. 1872; 
M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon (Wells) 1872; priest, 1873- C. )c' 
Christ Church, Frome, 1872-4. P.C. of Mersey, Tasmania, 
1875-80. R. of All Saints', Hobart, 1883-91. Canon of 
St David's, Hobart, 1886-91. Examining Chaplain to 
Bishops Sandford and Montgomery, 1888-91. Came to 
England, 1891. V. of Croxton, Norfolk, 1892-7. R. of 
Whitton with Thurleston. Suffolk, 1897-1918; retired. Of 



Arden, Albert Henry 

Merstham, Surrey, 1938. Died Feb. 21, 1939. Brother of 
WiUiam H. D. (1856) and father of Raymond A. W. (1897). 
(Peile, II. 604; Crockford, 1938.) 
ARCHER, GOODWYN ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 30, i860. [S. of Goodwyn, solicitor, of Ely, Cambs. 

B. 1841. School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 
1864; M.A. 1868. Ord. deacon, 1864; priest (Norwich) 1865; 

C. of Hilgay, Norfolk, 1864-6. C. of Freethorpe, 1866-70. C. 
of Sutton, Suffolk, 1870-2. V. of Butley with Capel, 1872-6. 
R. of Campsey Ashe, 1876-91. Chaplain of Brookwood 
necropoUs, 1895-1904. Officiated in the diocese of Exeter, 
1903-31. Resided latterly at i. Clergy Houses, Belmont, 
Exeter. Died Aug. 13, 1931, aged 90, at Exeter. (Charter- 
house Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The Times, Aug. 17, 1931-) 

ARCHER, GRAVES THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Mar. 7, 1856. S. and h. of Graves Chamney, of Mount John, 
Co. Wicklow. B. Dec. 2, 1836. Migrated to Emmanuel, 
Dec. 31, 1856. Matric. Lent, 1857. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Apr. 11, 1859. CaUed to the Bar, 1862. Of Mount 
John, Co. Wicklow. F.R.G.S. Married and had issue. Died 
Apr. 13, 1872. 
ARCHER, ISAAC LEATHAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 9, 
1857. B. Dec. i6, 1837, at Benares, India. Matric. Michs. 
1857. 
ARCHER, JOHN FLETCHER. Adm. at King's, Oct. 9, 1900. 
S. of Joseph, of Claremont Place, Sheffield. B. June, 1880. 
School, Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 
1909. Mining Engineer. Mineral Agent and Surveyor; 
Duector of two Colhery Companies. Of South Lodge, 
Bessacarr, Doncaster. Served in the Great War (Major, 
5th Batt., K.O.Y.L.I., T.F.). (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Reg. 
of the Senate, 1937; Univ. War List.) 
ARCHER, RAYMOND ARTHUR WILLIAM. Adm. at Selwvn 
H., Oct. I, 1897. [S. of George Frederick (1868), clerk.] B. 
Oct. 13, 1878, in Tasmania. [School, Bury St Edmunds.] 
Matric. Michs. 1897; Scholar; B.A. 1900. Ord. deacon, 1902; 
priest (Lincoln) 1903; C. of Spalding, Lines., 1902-4. Died 
May 25, 1904. Buried at Whitton, Suffolk. (Crockford, 1904; 
Bury Sch. Reg.) 
ARCHER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Jan. 12, 
1767. S. of Thomas, of Finchley, Middlesex. B. Mar. 25, 
1750. Matric. Michs. 1767; Scholar, 1767; B.A. 1771. Ord. 
deacon (Peterb.) 1772; priest (London) Feb. 28, 1779. One 
of these names R. of Foulness, Essex, 1815-32. 
ARCHER, THOMAS. M.A. from Peterhouse, 1807. Matric. 
(Pembroke CoUege, Oxford) June 7, i797, age 16. S. of John, 
of Oxford. B.A. (Merton College, Oxford) 1803. Incorp. at 
Cambridge, 1807. V. of Whitchurch, Bucks., 1812-43. Died 
May 22, 1843, aged 63. (T. A. Walker, 382; Al. Oxon.) 
ARCHER, WILLIAM GAMMON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 17, 1866. S. of John [F.R.C.S.]. B. Oct. 4, 1848, at 
Birmingham. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 
1872; M.A. 1875; M.B. 1878. At Addenbrooke's Hospital, 
Cambridge, and at St Bartholomew's, London; House 
Surgeon there. M.R.C.S., 1867. F.R.C.S., 1877. Practised at 
Birmingham. Assistant-Surgeon at the Birmingham General 
Hospital. Removed to London and practised at 18, St 
Quintin's Avenue, Kensington. Died Nov. 10, 1890, at 
Kensington. (Plarr, Lives of the Fellows.) 
ARCHER, WILLIAM HENRY DAVIES. Adm. pens, (age 20) 
at Trinity, Mar. 6, 1856. 2nd s. of WilUam, of Brickenden, 
Tasmania. B. Nov. 13, 1836, in Tasmania. Matric. Michs. 
1856- B.A. i860; LL.M. 1864. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Nov.' I, 1858. Of Brickenden, Longford, Tasmania, J.P. 
Warden of the MunicipaUty of Longford. Coroner. Chairman 
of General Sessions and a member of the House of Assembly 
for Longford. F.R.G.S. Married and had issue. Died June 
10, 1928, aged 91. (Burke, Col. Gentry, 1. 188; The Times, 
June, 1928.) 
ARCHER-BURTON, BURTON, see BURTON. 
ARCHER-HIND, RICHARD DACRE, see HODGSON. 
ARCHER-HOUBLON, see HOUBLON. 
ARCHER-SHEPHERD, THOMAS ARCHER MEYNELL, see 

SHEPHERD. 
ARCHER-STOCKEN, WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1897. 
S. of William, of Stocken, Herts., deceased. Matric. Michs. 
1897. Assumed the name of Milner-Gibson. 
ARCHIBALD, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Dec. 26, 1855. S. and h. of Charles Dickson [F.R.S., 
of Rusla'nd Hall, Lanes. B. July 20, 1838, at Truro, Nova 
Scotia. School, Harrow]. Did not reside. M.I.C.E. Of 
Rusland HaU, Ulverston, Lanes. Succeeded his father. 
Sept 12,1868. J.P. for Lanes. Married and had issue. Died 
Mar. 3, 1893. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Fox-Davies.) 
ARDEN, Baron, see PERCEVAL, The Hon. CHARLES GEORGE. 
ARDEN, ALBERT HENRY, see ARDEN, HENRY ALBERT. 



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ARDEN, ALBERT HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Dec. 4, 
1890. S. of Albert Henry (1859), clerk, of Curborough, Gt 
Malvern, Worcs. B. 1872. [School, Malvern College.] Did 
not matriculate. Of 29a, Addison Gardens, London, W. 14, 
1925. {Malvern Coll. Reg.) 

ARDEN or ARDERNE, CREWE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Oct. 29, 1768. 4th s. of John, of Stockport, Cheshire. [Bapt. 
there Aug. 2, 1750.] School, Richmond, Yorks. (Mr Temple). 
Matric. Michs. 1769; Scholar, 1770; B..\. 1773; M.A. 1776. 
Ord. priest (Peterb.) June 11, i775- R- of Tarporley, Cheshire, 
1778-87. Died s.p. Aug. 25, 1787, aged 37. Buried at 
Tarporley. M.I. Brother of Richard P. (1761) and John 
(1761). (Ormerod, n. 127.) 

ARDEN, EDWARD THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Dec. i, 
1856. S. of Thomas (1815), clerk. B. June 29, 1837, at 
Yoxall, Stafis. School, Waddesdon, Bucks. (Mr Walton). 
Matric. Lent, 1857; B.A. 1861. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 
1861; priest, 1863; C. of St Michael's, Lichfield, Staffs., 
1861-8. Assistant priest-vicar at Lichfield Cathedral, 1863-8. 
Chaplain of Lichfield Union, 1864. C. at Barton-under- 
Needwood, Staffs., 1869-71. V. of Rangemore, c. 1871-7- 
Died Mar. 23, 1877. Brother of Henry A. (1859). (Peile, 11. 
551.) 

ARDEN, [FRANCIS] EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 27, 1795, as Edward. 2nd s. of John (1770), clerk, of 
Longcroft, Stafis. B. 1777. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 
1795, as Edw. Francis; Scholar, 1798; B.A. 1799, as Francis 
Edw. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 22, 1799; priest, Sept. 20, 
1801; R. of Gresham, Norfolk, 1801-55. V- of Paston, 1806- 
29. R. of Burgh by Aylsham (or Aylsham-Burrough) 1829- 
31. P.C. of West Beckham, 1853-5. Sometime R. of Bur- 
rough Green, Cambs. Of Longcroft Hall, Staffs. Succeeded 
his nephew, J. Humphrey Cotton Arden, 1824. Married 
Rachel, dau. of John Pinkhard (or Pinckard) of Blickling, 
Norfolk, Oct. 24, 1803. Died Dec. 27, 1855, at Gresham. 
Brother of Thomas (1815); father of Francis E. (next) and 
Henry C. (1828). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; Burke, L.G.) 

ARDEN, FRANCIS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Mar. 9, 1830. S. and h. of Francis Edward (above), R. of 
Gresham, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1835. C. of 
Sustead, Norfolk, 1835-46. P.C. of Staunton Harold, Leic^., 
in 1846; in Clergy Lists, unbeneficed, in 1851. Died s.p. 
Aug. 13, 1853, at Buckden. Brother of Henry C. (1828). 
[Shakespeare's mother, Mary Arden, sprang from the senior 
line of the family.] (T. A. Walker, 439; G. Mag.; G. R. 
French, Shakespeareana Genealogica.) 

ARDEN, HENRY ALBERT (ALBERT HENRY). Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, July 18, 1859. S. of Thomas (1815), clerk. B. 
May 5, 1841, at Longcroft, Staffs. School, Repton. Matric. 
Michs. 1859, as Albert Henry; B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Ord. 
deacon (Lichfield) 1864; priest (Madras) 1866. C.M.S. 
Missionary in South India, 1867-74. Fellow of the University 
of Madras. C. of All Saints', Newmarket, Cambs., 1874. 
V. of All Saints', Sudbury, with BaUingdon and Brandon, 
Suffolk, 1874-6. V. of Newhall, Staffs., 1876-8. Madras 
Secretary of the C.M.S., 1878-81. University Teacher of 
Tamil and Telugu at Cambridge, 1883-90. C.M.S. Secretary 
for Hunts., Beds., and Herts., 1882-90; for Worcs., Hereford 
and S. Wales, 1890-4. At the Church .Mission House, Madras, 
1895-7. Author, Telugu Grammar, etc. Died suddenly in 
the Red Sea, Nov. 7, 1897, aged 56. Brother of Edward T. 
(1856) and father of Albert H. (1890). {Peile, 11. 563.) 

ARDEN, HENRY COTTON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Nov. 28, 1828; re-adm. Mar. 3, 1835. 2nd s. of Francis 
Edward (1795), clerk. B. 1811, at Gresham, Norfolk. School, 
North Walsham (Mr Rees). Matric. Michs. 1829; B.A. 1837. 
Ord. deacon (Ely, Lilt. dim. from Norwich) Mar. 27, 1836; 
priest (Norwich) Sept. 23, 1838. R. of Bessin^ham, Norfolk, 
1840-66. P.C. of Susted, 1846-65. Succeeded his father at 
Longcroft Hall, Staffs., E>ec. 27, 1855. Married (i) Margaret 
Juba, dau. of George Davys, D.D., Bishop of Peterborough, 
1839; (2) Lydia, dau. of Rear-Admiral George Hills, 1857. 
Died s.p. Sept. 28, 1865, aged 55, at Longcroft Hall, Staffs. 
(Burke, L.G.; G. R. French, Shakespeareana Genealogica; 
G. Mag.) 

ARDEN, JOHN. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 2, 
1 761. S. of John, of Pepper Hall, Yorks. B. July 19, 1742. 
School, Manchester (Mr PumeU). Matric. Mchs. 1761. Of 
Harden (or Hawarden) Hall and Utkinton Hall, Cheshire, and 
of Pepper Hall, near Northallerton. High Sheriff of Cheshire, 
1790. Died unmarried July 1823, at Pepper Hall. Brother of 
Richard P. (1761) and Crewe (1768). {Manchester Sch. Reg.; 
J. P. Earwaker, E. Cheshire. 1. 473.) 

ARDEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 6, 1770. Of 
Staffs. S. and h. of Henry, of Longcroft Hall, Staffs. B. 
Mar. 1752. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1770; Scholar, 
1770; B.A. 1774; M.A. 1784. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 18, 
1774; priest (Lichfield and Coventry) June 2, 1776; C. of 



Argles, John [Archambo] 

Sheepy, Leics., 1774. C. of Aston, Warws., 1776. R. of 
Oxnead and V. of Buxton, Norfolk, 1777-1801. R. of Lyng 
with Whitwell, 1784-94. Minister of King's Bromley, Staffs. 
Of Longcroft Hsill, Yoxall. Succeeded his father, June 22, 
1782. Married Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of Rear-Admiral 
Hamar, May 18, 1775 (by whom he had 17 children). Died 
Feb. ID, 1803, aged 51, at Longcroft Hall. Father of Francis 
C. (1795) and Thomas (1815). (5/ John's Coll. Adm., iv; 
Shaw, Staffs., i. 102; Burke, L.G.) 

ARDEN, RICHARD PEPPER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Nov. 2, 1761. S. and h. of John, of Pepper Hall, South 
Cawton, Yorks. B. May 20, 1744, at Bredbury, Cheshire. 
School, Manchester (Mr Pumell). Matric. Michs. 1761; 
Scholar, 1762; B.A. (i2(A Wrangler) 1766; M.A. 1769. 
Fellow, 1767. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 7, 1762. 
Called to the Bar, 1769. K.C. 1780. Solicitor-General, 
1782-3 and 1783-4. Attorney-General and Chief Justice of 
Chester, 1784-8. M.P. for Newtown, Isle of Wight, 1783-4; 
for Aldborough, 1784-90; for Hastings, 1790-4; for Bath, 
1794-1801. Master of the RoUs, 1788-1801. Knighted, 
June 18, 1788. P.C. 1788. Lord Chief Justice of Common 
Pleas, 1801. Created Baron Alvanley of Alvanley, Cheshire, 
May 22, 1801. Married Anne Dorothea, dau. of Richard 
Wilbraham (Wilbraham-Bootle) Sept. 9, 1784. A learned 
lawyer and distinguished as an Equity Judge; owed much to 
his friendship with Pitt. Author of some poetical trifles. 
Died Mar. 19, 1804, aged 59. Buried in the Rolls Chapel. 
Brother of John (1761)^ etc., (G.E.C., ed. Gibbs; D.N.B.) 

ARDEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 14, 1815. 
Migrated to Queens', Oct. 20, 1815. [12th s. of John (1770), 
clerk, of Longcroft Hall, Staffs. B. Mar. 1796. School, 
Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1815; B..\. 1819. Ord. deacon 
(Gloucester) July 9, 1820; priest, Dec. 24, 1820. C. of St 
John's, Gloucester. R. of Bassingham, Norfolk, 1832-42. 
C. of Yoxall, Staffs., in 1846. Chaplain to the Magdalen 
Asylum, Birmingham, 1850-3. R. of Walton-on-Trent, 
Derbs., 1858-60. Married Isabella Mary, dau. of Edward 
Cooper, R. of YoxaU. Died 1861. Brother of Francis E. 
(1795); father of Edward T. (1856) and Henry A. (1859). 
(Shaw, Staffs., i. 102; Rugby Sch. Reg.; Shakespeareana 
Genealogica, i.) 

ARDERNE, DOUGLAS ALVANLEY. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1890. S. of H. M.. Esq., of Cape Town, South Africa. Matric. 
Michs. 1890. In business in Cape Town. (Redit Books.) 

ARDRON, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1893. S. 
of John, H.M. Civil Service, of Canonbury, London. B. 
Aug. 29, 1874, at Clapham. School, Merchant Taylors'. 
Matric. Michs. 1893; Exhibitioner, 1893; B.A. 1896. Stewart 
of Rannoch Hebrew Scholarship, 1895. On the foreign staff 
of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, Nagasaki, Japan, 
1899-1917. Manager of the Siam Commercial Bank, Bang- 
kok, Siam, 1917-27; retired. Address, Thatched House 
Club, St James's Street, London, S.W. i. {Venn, 11. 530; 
Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

ARENDRUP, AXEL JEROME. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 21, 
1896. S. of Adolph, Colonel. B. Jan. 26, 1876, in Cairo, 
Egypt. School, Stonyhurst College. Did not come into 
residence. Died of typhoid fever, 1896. {Peile, 11. 807.) 

ARENDZEN, JOHN PETER. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1899. 
Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 3, 1900. S. of Peter John 
[Dutch etcher]. B. Jan. 6, 1873, at Amsterdam, Holland. 
Schools, Christian Brothers', Amsterdam; Hageveld College, 
Leyden; St Thomas' Seminary, London; Oscott College, 
Birmingham; also at Bonn University, 1894-7 and Munich, 
1897-9. B.A. 1901; M.A. 1906. Ph.D. (Bonn) 1897. D.D. 
(Munich) 1899. .\ priest of the Roman Catholic Church, 
1895. Professor of Sacred Scripture at St Edmund's College, 
Old Hall, Ware, Herts., 1905-19-22-. Of the Mission House, 
Brondesbury Park, London, N.W. 6. Editor of Abu Kurrah. 
Author, theological. {Peile, 11. 845; Schoolmasters' Directory, 
1922; Who's Who, 1938.) 

ARGLES, CHARLES DAVYS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Nov. 14, 
1861. 2nd s. of Marsham, Dean of Peterborough. B. Feb. 10, 
1843, at Cranford, Northants. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1862; Scholar, 1864; Prizeman; B.A. 1866; M.A. 
1869. Assistant Master at Haileybury College, 1870-9. 
Drowned when bathing in the Thames, Aug. 2, 1879, at 
Cookham. {Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1937, but not 
mentioned there.) 

ARGLES, JOHN [ARCHAMBO]. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 15, 1787. Of Kent. [S. of Thomas, of Maidstone.] 
Matric. Michs. 1787; LL.B. 1794. C. of Tenterden, Kent, 
1805. C. of Gillingham, 1807. C. of Loose, 1810. R. of Gold- 
hanger with Little Totham, Essex, 1834-5. R. of Frittenden, 
Kent, 1837-48. Died Mar. 23, 1848, aged 87, at Sevenoaks, 
Kent. {Cant. Act Bk.; G. Mag., 1848, i. 557; Burke, L.G., 
1936.) 



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Argyle, Frank Wilkinson 

ARGYLE, FRANK WILKINSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 25, 1900. S. of John William, merchant, of Gt Yar- 
mouth. B. there Sept. 24, 1880. Schools, Gt Yarmouth 
Grammar and Epsom College (Mr E. W. Plum). Matric. 
Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon, 1905; 
priest (London) 1906; C. of Onslow Square, London, 1905-10. 
V. of Christ Church, Wellington, Salop, 1910-13. V. of 
Rawtenstall, 1913-23. Rural Dean of Rossendale, 1920-3. 
V. of Christchurch, Blackpool, 1923-32. R. of March, Cambs., 
1932-4. Surrogate, 1915-. V. of Leyland, Lanes., 1934-. 
Rural Dean, 1935-6. (Crockford, 1938.) 
ARGYLL, Duke of. Hon. LL.D. 1862. Lord-Lieut, of ArgyU, 

1862-1900. Died Apr. 24, 1900. (G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 
ARIS, HERBERT. Adm. pens, at King's, Oct. 8, 1887. S. of 
John, of Lois Weedon, Northants. School, RossaU. Ex- 
hibitioner; Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1896. 
Assistant Master at Rossall School, 1894-1905; at Win- 
chester College, 1905-20. F.R.G.S., 1899. Of Northerwood 
House, Lyndhurst, Hants. J. P. for Hants., 1926. {King's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.; Winchester Coll. Reg.; Kelly, Handbook, 
I937-) 
ARKLE, ALEXANDER BAILLIE. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1880. 
S. of George, banker, J. P. for Liverpool, of Stourton Castle, 
Stourbridge. B. Jan. 8, 1862, at Walton-on-the-Hill Liver- 
pool. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. 1884. Of 
Berkeley House, Limpley Stoke, Bath. Probably brother of 
Edward S. (1878). (Venn, n. 443.) 
ARKLE, ALEXANDER SEPTIMUS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 4, 1890. S. of Benjamin, of Holly Mount, West Derby, 
near LiverjKKjl. B. Dec. 12, 1870, at Liverpool. School, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; M.A. 1907. 
At St Thomas's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1899. 
House Physician and House Surgeon at the Royal Infirmary, 
Liverpool. School Medical Officer for Lanes. County Council. 
Deputy Commissioner for Medical Services, Ministry of 
Pensions. Of West Derby, Liverpool. Author, Pamphlets: 
Condition of Liverpool School Children. (Univ. Pari. Reg., 
1934; Medical Directory, 1938.) 
ARKLE, EDWARD STANLEY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Jan. 29, 1878. S. of George, Esq., banker, of Anfield House, 
Walton, Liverpool. B. Nov. 24, 1859. Matric. Lent, 1878; 
B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. Ord. deacon, 1884; priest (Peterb.) 
1885; C. of Langton, Leics., 1884-9. C. of Hallaton, 1889-90. 
C. of Shipley, Sussex, 1890-4; V., 1894-1906. Lie. pr., dio. 
Southwark, 1907-9 and 1911. Of Kilmarnock, Caterham 
Valley, in 1915. Died Dec. 17, 1919, at Wargrave, Berks. 
Probably brother of Alexander B. (1880). (T. A. Walker, 
550; The Times, Dec. 19, 1919.) 
ARKWRIGHT, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 24, 
1806. [5th s. of Richard, Esq., of Willersley, Derbs., and 
grandson of Sir Richard Arkwright, the inventor of the 
Arkwright spinning-frame. B. Nov. 22, 1786. School, Eton.] 
Did not matriculate. Of Dunstall Hall, Staffs. J.P. for Staffs, 
and Derbs. High Sheriff of Staffordshire, 1849. Married 
Mary Wilmot, dau. of Edward SachevereU Wilmot Sitwell, 
Esq.", of Stainsby, Derbs., Dec. 12, 1811, at Morle.y, Derbs. 
Died s.p. Dec. 28, 1850, at Dunstall. Buried at Cromford. 
Brother of Joseph (1810), John (1805) and Richard (1801). 
(F. A. Crisp, Notes, vii; Burke, L.G.; Eton Coll. Reg.) 
ARKWRIGHT, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
June 19, 1841. 2nd s. of Joseph (1810), clerk. B. Sept. 9, 
1823, at Markshall, Essex. School. Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1841. In the Army (Lieut., ist Dragoon Guards, 1845). 
Married and had issue. Died Dec. i, 1892, at 14, Bolton 
Gardens, S. Kensington. Buried at Kensal Green Cemetery, 
London. Brother of Julius (1844). (Vis. of England and 
Wales, XVIII.) 
ARKWRIGHT, EDMUND (? EDWARD). Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Apr. 14, 1827. Perhaps Edward; if so, 2nd s. of 
Peter, of Willersley, Derbs. B. Dec. 15, 1808. School, Eton 
(Edward). Did not matriculate. Married and had issue. 
Died Dec. 18, 1850, aged 42, at Hatton House, Warws. 
Perhaps brother of Henry (1831), etc. (Burke, L.G., 1936; 
G. Mag., 1851, I. 220.) 
ARKWRIGHT, FREDERIC. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Dec. 15, 1823. [S. and h. of Peter, of Willersley, Derbs. B. 
Aug. 16, 1806, at Cromford, Derbs.] School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831. Of Willersley, and of 
Rock House, Cromford. Lord of the Manor of Matlock, 
Derbs. Married Susan Sabina, dau. of Charles Parr Bumey, 
D.D.,ArchdeaconofStAlbans,Nov.4, 1845. Died Dec. 6, 1874. 
Brother of Henry (1831). (Vis. of England and Wales, xvii.) 
ARKWRIGHT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Apr. 15, 1826. S. and h. of Robert (1802). B. Aug. 20, 1807, 
at Bakewell, Derbs. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1826; 
B.A. 1830; M.A. 1833. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 30, 1829. 
Called to the Bar, 1833. Of Sutton Hall, near Chesterfield, 
Derbs. J.P. M.P. for Leominster, 1842-56. Died unmarried 
Feb. 5, 1856, at 20, Albany, Piccadilly, London. Buried at 
Sutton Scarsdale. Will (P.C.C.) 1856. Brother of Godfrey 



Arkwright, Joseph Arthur 

H. (1833). (Eton Coll. Reg.; Vis. of England and Wales, xvii; 
G. Mag., 1856, I. 426.) 
ARKWRIGHT, GODFREY HARRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 22, 1833. [3rd s. of Robert (1802), of Sutton Scarsdale, 
Derbs. B. Oct. 10, 1814. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs, 
1833; B.A. 1837; M.A. 1841. C. of Mayfield, near Ashbourne, 
Derbs., in 1847. V. of Heath, 1850-9. V. of Ault-Hucknall, 
1850-9. Of Sutton Scarsdale. Lord of the Manor and patron 
of three Uvings. Married (i) Frances Rafela, dau. of Sir Henry 
Fitzherbert, of Tissington Hall, Derbs., Nov. 13, 1844; 
(2) Marian Hilars Adelaide, dau. of George Pellew, D.D., 
Dean of Norwich, Apr. 24, 1862. Died Dec. 17, 1866, aged 52, 
at Sutton Scarsdale. Buried there. Brother of George 
(1826). (Eton Coll. Reg.; G.Mag., 1867, i. 254; Vis. of England 
and Wales, xvii.) 
ARKWRIGHT, HAROLD ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June II, 1897. 2nd s. of Arthur Chandos [Lieut. -Col.]. B. 
Nov. 10, 1872, at Oswestry, Salop. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1897. Previously at Oxford; matric. (Magdalen 
College) Oct. 18, 1892; Newdigate Prize, 1895. A Director of 
Barclays Bank. Married and had issue. 
ARKWRIGHT, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 19, 1831. 
[3rd s. of Peter, Esq., of Willersley, Derbs. B. Mar. 16, 1811. 
School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1831; B.A. 1835; M.A. 1838. 
Ord. deacon (Lichfield and Coventry) 1836; priest (Chester) 
1837. V. of Bodenham, Heref., 1842-88. Chaplain of 
Coningsby Hospital, Hereford. Married (i) Henrietta, dau. 
of Charles Thomeycroft, R. of Eccleston, Cheshire, Sept. 20, 
1838; (2) Ellen, dau. of Capt. John Home Purves, of Colding- 
ham, Berwick, July i, 1847. Died Jan. 13, 1889, aged 77. 
Buried at Bodenham. Brother of Frederic (1823) and father 
of Henry J. (1862). (Burke, L.G.) 
ARKWRIGHT, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 7, 1857. 
S. of John (1805). B. Dec. 16, 1837, at Hereford. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1857. Cricket 'blue,' 1858. Ensign, 
84th Foot, 1858; Lieut., i860; Capt., 1865. A.D.C. to the 
Duke of Abercom, Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, 1866. Killed by 
an avalanche on Mont Blanc, Oct. 13, 1866, aged 28. Brother 
of Richard (1853). (Vis. of England and Wales, xx; W. R. 
Lyon, Elevens of Three Great Schools.) 
ARKWRIGHT, HENRY JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. i, 
1862. S. of Henry (1831), V. of Bodenham, Heref. B. there 
Feb. 10, 1844. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 
1867; M.A. 1873. Died unmarried Mar. 2, 1899, aged 55, at 
Chiswick, Middlesex. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, L.G., 1936.) 
ARKWRIGHT, HERBERT ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1879. S. of Robert Wigram, Esq. B. Nov. 15, 
i860, at Goldington, Beds. School, Radley. Matric. Michs. 
1879. Brewer at Leamington (Messrs Lucas and Co.). J.P. 
for Northants. Sheriff of Northants., 189 1. Succeeded to the 
Knuston property, Northants., 1888. Married and had issue. 
Died Jan. 5, 1898, at Knuston. Buried at Wellingborough. 
Brother of Julius (1884). (Radley Sch. Reg.; Vis. of England 
and Wales, .will.) 
ARKWRIGHT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, May 15, 
1805. 4th s. of Richard, of Bakewell, Derbs. B. Aug. 27, 
1785. School, Eton. Matric. Easter, 1806; B.A. 1809; M.A. 
1812. Of Hampton Court, Heref. J.P. High Sheriff, 1831. 
Married Sarah, dau. of Sir Hvmgerford Hoskyns, Bart., of 
Harewood, Heref., Apr. 13, 1830. Died Feb. 27, 1858, aged 
72, at Hampton Court. Brother of Charles (1806), etc. and 
father of Richard {1853), etc. (Vis. of Englatid and Wales, xx.) 
ARKWRIGHT, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 27, 1810. 
[6th s. of Richard, Esq., of Willersley Castle, Derbs. B. 
Aug. 9, 1791. School, Eton.] Matric. Easter, 1812; B.A. 
1814; M.A. 1817. Of Markshall, Essex, and Normanton 
TurviUe, Leics. J.P. for Essex and Herts. V. of Latton, 
Essex, 1820-50. R. of Thurlaston, Leics., i824-(?) 45. 
Married Anne, dau. of Sir Robert Wigram, Bart., Oct. 29, 
1818. A well-known huntsman. Master of the Essex Fox- 
hounds, 1861-4; built new kennels at Harlow. One of the 
largest farmers in Essex. Died Feb. 29, 1864, at Mark Hall. 
Brother of Charles (1806), etc. and father of Julius (1844), 
etc. (BuT^e, L.G.; Boose.) 
ARKWRIGHT, JOSEPH ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 10, 1882. 2nd s. of .\rthur [William], of Broughton 
Astley, Leics. B. Mar. 22, 1864, at Thurlaston, Leics. 
School, Wellington CoUege. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1886; 
M.B., B.C. and M.A. 1890; M.D. 1895. At St Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London, 1886; House Physician. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1889. M.R.C.P., 1906. F.R.C.P., 1916. House 
Physician at the Victoria Hospital for Children. House 
Surgeon at the West London Hospital. Hon. bacteriologist 
at the Lister Institute. F.R.S., 1926. Served in the Great 
War (Capt., R.A.M.C. ; mentioned in despatches; Order of the 
White Eagle (Serbia)). Formerly in general practice, chiefly 
at Halesowen, Worcs., 1893-1904. A Member of the Agri- 
cultural Research Council, 1931. Knighted, 1937. Married 
and had issue. Of Cloister Garth, Furze Hill, Purley, Surrey. 
Author, medical. (Medical Directory, 1938; Who's Who, 1938.) 



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Arkwright, Julius 

ARKWRIGHT, JULIUS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. 7, 1844- 
[3rd s. of Joseph (i8io), clerk, of Mark Hall, Essex. B. 
Sept. 28, 1825. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 
1848. C. of Messing, Essex, in 1850. Succeeded his father as 
V. of Latton, 1850-64. Married Laura Eliza, dau. of Alex- 
ander Greig, of 10, Lowndes Street, London, Sept. 5, 1850. 
Died Apr. 15, 1864, aged 38, at Latton vicarage. Will 
{Princ. Reg., 30T, 64) May 6, 1864. Brother of Charles (1841). 
{Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1864, i. 669.) 

ARKWRIGHT, JULIUS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 
1884. S. of Robert [Wigram], Esq. [of Sanderstead Court, 
Surrey, and of Knuston Hall, Northants., J.P.]. B. Jan. 9, 
1865, in London. School, Radley. Matric. Michs. 1884. Of 
Stonelv Grange, St Neots, Hunts. Died there Dec. 17, 1926. 
Brother of Herbert R. (1879). (Radle\' Sch. Reg.) 

ARKWRIGHT, LOFTUS [JOSEPH] WIGRAM. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 12, 1885. S. and h. of Loftus [Wigram], of 
Pamdon Hall, Harlow, Essex. B. Oct. 14, 1866, at Harlow. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1885. Of Pamdon 
Hall, Harlow, and Mark Hall, Essex. Lord of the Manor of 
Little Pamdon and patron of three hvings. Married and had 
issue. (Walford, Co. ram.; Burke, L.G., ed. 1925; Kelly, 
Handbook, 1938.) 

ARKWRIGHT, RICHARD. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 19) at 
Trinity, Jan. 24, 1801. S. and h. of Richard, of Bakewell 
[afterwards of WiUersley, Derbs.], and grandson of Sir 
Richard Arkwright, the inventor of the Arkwright spinning- 
frame (for whom see D.N.B.]. B. Sept. 30, 1781. School, 
Eton. Did not matriculate and doubtful if resided. Of 
Normanton Turville, Leics., and of Sutton Hall, Derbs. 
M.P. for Rye, 1813-18 and 1826-30. Married Martha Maria, 
dau. of William Beresford, of Ashbourne, Derbs., R. of 
Sunning, Berks., May 22, 1803, at .•\shboume. Died v. p. 
and s.p. Mar. 28, 1832, at Normanton. Will proved (P.C.C.) 
Aug. 8, 1832. Brother of Charles (1806), etc. {Eton Sch. 
Lists; F.M.G., n; F. A. Crisp, Notes, vii.) 

ARKWRIGHT, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
June 24, 1853. 2nd s. of John (1805), Esq., of Hampton 
Court, Heref. B. there Jan. 22, 1835. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1853; B.A. 1857; M.A. i860. Adm. at Lin- 
coln's Inn, Dec. 2, 1853. Called to the Bar, 1859. On the 
Oxford Circuit. Revising Barrister for Monmouthshire, 
Cheltenham and Gloucester, 1865. M.P. for Leominster, 
1866-76. Of Famham, Surrey, and of Heme House, Windsor, 
Berks. D.L. for Herefordshire. Author, Queen Anne's Gate 
Mysterv; Driven Home. Died Nov. 14, 1918, aged 83. Buried 
at Windsor. Brother of Henry (1857). {Vis. of England and 
Wales, XX, add.) 

ARKWRIGHT, ROBERT. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 20) at Trinity, 
Apr. 29, 1802. 2nd s. of Richard, of Bakewell, Derbs. B. 
Mar. 7, 1783. School, Eton. Did not matriculate and 
doubtful if resided. Of Sutton Scarsdale, Derbs. J.P. and 
D.L. High Sheriff, 1850. Married Frances Crawford, dau. of 
Stephen George Kemble, of Durham, June 27, 1805, at Hull. 
Died Aug. 6, 1859. Will proved (Derby) 1859. Brother of 
Richard (1801), etc.; father of George (1826) and Godfrey H. 
(1833). {F.M.G., II. 470; Vis. of England and Wales, xvn.) 

ARLETT, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, Nov. 12, 
1819. 2nd s. of Bartholomew, gent., of Blackwater, Hants. 
B. there. Matric. Michs. 1820; Scholar; B.A. {gth Wrangler) 
1824; M.A. 1827. Fellow, 1826-69. Proctor, 1838. Ord. 
deacon (Bristol) Dec. 17, 1826; priest (Ely) Nov. 8, 1829. 
V. of Saxthorpe, Norfolk, 1837-40; resigned; remained un- 
beneficed. Died Mar. 18, 1869, at Woodley Cottage, Romsey, 
Hants. (Cambridge Chronicle, Mar. 27, 1869.) 

ARMBRUSTER, CARL or CHARLES [HUBERT JOSEPH HANS 
RICHTER]. Adm. at King's, Oct. 5, 1893. 2nd s. of C, 
musical adviser to the L.C.C. B. 1874, in London. School, 
Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1893; Scholar and Prize- 
man; Exhibitioner, 1895; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1903. Assistant 
Collector, British Central Africa Protectorate, 1897-1900; 
in the Sudan Political Service, 1901-26. Political Officer in 
the Abyssinian Expedition against Haila Maryam, 1906; 
accompanied the Sirdar (Gen. Sir R. Wingate) on the Mission 
to SomaUland, 1909. Senior Inspector to the Sudan Govern- 
ment (Legal Dept.) 1909-12. Examiner in Amharic for Civil 
Service Commissioners, 1910, 191 1; for Sudan Government, 
1922; Examiner in Arabic, 1911, 1912. British Consul for 
North West Ethiopia, 1912-19. During the Great War 
served with the Intelligence Corps in Egypt as temp. Lieut., 
1915 (mentioned four times in despatches). O.B.E., 1919. 
4th class Medjidieh, 1909; 3rd class Nile, 1917. Local Major 
and General Staff Officer, 1918. Commander, Star of 
Ethiopia, 1932. Author, Amharic Grammar; Amharic- 
English Vocc^ulary. Address, Marmac^n, Puerto de Andraitx 
Mallorca, Spain. Brother of the next. {Christ's Hospital 
Reg.; J. J. Withers; Who's Who, 1938.) 

ARMBRUSTER, HUBERT EDWARD HENRY. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1895. S. of Carl Hubert Joseph, of Bayswater, 
London. B. Mar. 21, 1876, at Hammersmith. School, 



Armitage, Edward 

Moravian, Neuwied. Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 1895-7; 
B.A. 1901; M.A. 1910, as H. Henri Edw. In Government 
Service in British Central Africa, 1900. M.B.E. Afterwards 
in the Colonial Service, Nyasaland. Died Apr. 12, 1930, 
aged 54, at Nice. Brother of Carl (above). {Venn, 11. 541.) 

ARMFIELD, HENRY THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, 
May 22, 1854. S. of George, clerk, of Armley, Leeds, Yorks. 
[B. Feb. 25, 1836. School. Christ's Hospital.] Matric. Michs. 
1854; Exhibitioner; Scholar; B.A. (37/A Wrangler) 1858; 
M.A. 1867. Assistant Master at Atherstone Grammar School, 
Warws., 1859-61. Ord. deacon, 1859; priest (Worcester) 
i860. C. of Armley, Leeds, 1861-3. Priest-Vicar of Salisbury 
Cathedral, 1863-79. Succentor, 1877-9. Vice-Principal of 
Sarum Diocesan Theological College, 1869-79. St Matthew's 
Day Preacher, 1872. F.S..^., 1873. R. of Colne-Engaine, 
Essex, 1879-95. Rural Dean of Halsted, 1892-5. Edited the 
St Albaa's Diocesan Calendar, and the Diocesan Quarterly; 
contributed articles to Smith's Dictionary of Christian 
Biography. .Author, The Legend of Christian A rt ; The Gradual 
Psalms. . .with commentary based on Ancient Hebrew, Chaldee 
and Christian authorities ; The Three Witnesses, the disputed 
text in St John; Sermons, etc. Died Dec. 20, 1898, at Balham, 
London. {Christ's Hospital Reg.; Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

ARMISTEAD or ARMITSTEAD, THOMAS. Adm. at Trinity, 
May 8, 1798; a 'Ten-year' man. Matric. Easter, 1808, as 
Armitstead; B.D. 1808, as Armitstead. R. of St Martin's, 
Chester, 1795-1806. Minor Canon of Chester, 1803-27. V. of 
Backford, Cheshire, 1803-27. V. of Weaverham, 1806-23. 
V. of Cockerham, Lanes., 1823-7. Died 1827. {Victoria Co. 
Hist., Lanes., viii. 92; G. Mag., 1827, 11. 280.) 

ARMITAGE, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 16, 1885. 
2nd s. of William James, of Famley HaU, Leeds. B.Mar.17, 
1867. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; 
M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (St Albans) 1891; C. 
of West Ham, Essex, 1891-7; V., 1897-1901. Commissary 
of Sierra Leone, 1899-1904. Availed himself of the Clerical 
Disabilities Act, 1903. Of Northfield Cottage, Henley-on- 
Thames. J.P. for Somerset. Married and had issue. Brother 
of Philip (1889), William J. (1886) and Robert (1884). 
(Burke, L.G., 1936.) 

ARMITAGE, AMOS. Matric. Non-CoU. Feb. 1873; B.A. 1876. 
Ord. deacon, 1876; priest (Manchester) 1878; C. of Harpur- 
hey. Lanes., 1876--80. C. of Bunbury, Cheshire, 1882-9. C. 
of UTiitminster, 1894-1903. C. of St Thomas's, Stockton-on- 
Tees, 1905-7. C. of St Paul's, Evenwood, 1907-11. C. of St 
Ives, Leadgate, Durham, 1911-13. C. of Dipton, 1913-20. 
Afterwards of 8, Woodlands Terrace, Leadgate. Not in 
Crock ford, 1921. 

ARMITAGE, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Dec. 24, 1851; re-adm. Sept. 11, 1854. S. of John Leathley 
[died Jan. 7, 1870, at Cheltenham]. B. at Thirsk, Yorks. 
School, Clapham, London (Mr Pritchard). Matric. Michs. 
1852. Probably ord. deacon, 1856; priest (York) 1857; C. 
of St Paul's, York, 1856-8. C. of Famley, 1858-60. C. of 
Cheltenham and Chaplain to the Cheltenham General 
Hospital and Female Refuge, c. 1860-4. V. of St John's, 
Cheltenham, 1864-1903. Of Cheltenham, 1904. Disappears 
from Crockford, 1905. Brother of Frederick (1863). 

ARMITAGE, BRATHWAITE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Feb. 18, 1823. S. and h. of Whaley (1785). B. Mar. 29, 1804. 
at Bath. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. 
Ord. deacon, 1828; priest (Hereford) 1829. V. of Peterchurch, 
Heref., 1832-75. Of Coole, Co. Louth. Married Ann Susanna 
Longden, Dec. 28, 1831. Died Nov. 6, 1878. (Burke, L.G., 
ed. 1862.) 

ARMITAGE, CHARLES EDWARD. Adm. atSELWYNH.,Oct. i, 
1891. B. Feb. 17, 1872. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894. 
Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1895; priest (London) 1896; C. of St 
Luke's, Old Street, London, 1895-8. Held other curacies, 
1898-1909. V. of St George's, Darlaston, 1909-27. V. of 
Gayton, Staffs., 1927-36-. {Crockford, 1938.) 

ARMITAGE, CHARLES ERNEST AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Oct. 2, 1896. S. of C, Esq., of Scaleford, Lan- 
caster. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899. M.A., M.B. and B.C. 
1906. At St Bartholomew's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P., 1905. Medical Officer for Schools, WiUesden, 
Middlesex. House Physician at the General Hospital, 
Wolverhampton; at the Seamen's Hospital, Greenwich. Late 
Hon. -Physician, WiUesden Hospital. Of Dormers, Banner- 
down, Batheaston, Somerset; retired. {Medical Directory, 
1938.) 

ARMITAGE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June i, 1878. 
S. of Francis James (1842), clerk, of Casterton, Kirkby 
Lonsdale, Westmorland. B. Apr. 26, 1859, at Weston-super- 
Mare, Somerset. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1885. 
Of Green Hills, Tilford, Famham, Surrey. Died there Mar. 
12, 1929, aged 69. Brother of James A. (1877), Frank L. 
(1877) and Stephen (1873). {The Times, Mar. 15, 1929.) 



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ARMITAGE, EDWARD HOWORTH. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1886. S. of George F., clerk, deceased. 
B. Mar. 1868, at Gloucester. [School, Haileybury.] Matric. 
Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. On the Stock Exchange. Died 
Nov. 27, 1928, aged 61. (Haileybury Sch. Reg.) 

ARMITAGE, ELKANAH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 27, 
1865. S. of William [manufacturer], of Altriucham, Cheshire. 

B. Jan. 19, 1844, at Manchester. Schools, Owens College, 
Manchester, and Rossall. Matric. Lent, 1866; B.A. 1869; 
M.A. 1872. [To be distinguished from a contemporary name- 
sake with whom he is confused in the Winchester Coll. Reg.] 
Studied for the ministry at the Lancaster Independent 
College. Held congregational pastorates at Oldham and at 
Rotherham; theological tutor in philosophy and com- 
parative religion at the Independent Colleges at Rotherham 
and Bradford. Professor at the Yorkshire United Indepen- 
dent College. Married Miss EUa Sophia BuUey, one of the 
earliest students at Newnham College — afterwards well- 
known as an archaeologist and educationist. Died Dec. 23, 
1929, aged 85, at Rawdon, Leeds. (The Times, Dec. 27, 1929; 
Rossall Sch. Reg.) 

ARMITAGE, FRANCIS JAMES. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 13, 
1842. S. of James, of Prestbury, Cheltenham. B. Aug. 2, 
1822, in Sussex. Matric. Michs. 1842; Scholar, 1843; B.A. 
1849; M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon (Lichfield) 1853; priest, 1854; 

C. of Ilkley, Yorks. Of Broadwas, Worcs., 1865-6. P.C. of 
Casterton, Westmorland, 1866-89. Died Jan. 3, 1889, at 
Bournemouth. Father of Edward (1878), Frank L. (1877), 
Stephen (1873) and James A. (1877). (Peile, 11. 479.) 

ARMITAGE, FRANK LEATHLEY. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1877. S. and h. of Francis James (1842), clerk, of Casterton, 
Westmorland. Migrated to Oxford; matric. there (Non-Coll.) 
Oct. 12, 1878, age 27, as 's. of Francis James, clerk, of 
Seaton Carew, Durham.' Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Jan. 21, 1878. Brother of Edward (1878), etc. (Al. Oxoti.) 

ARMITAGE, FREDERICK. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1863. Of Yorks. S. of John Leathley, Esq., of 
Famley HaU, near Leeds. B. May i, 1827, at Kirby Wiske. 
Bapt. May 28, 1827. Schools, Cheltenham College and 
Bromsgrove. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. (13th Classic) 1867; 
M.A. 1873. Previously at Oxford. Matric. (Worcester Col- 
lege) May 20, 1846, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1850; M.A. 1852. 
Ord. deacon (Worcester, for Bath and Wells) ; priest (Madras) 
1853. Head Master of King's School, Parramatta, 1855-64. 
Returned to England. Assistant Master at Clifton College, 
i867-7r. Left to devote himself to the study of French, 
becoming absorbed in tracing its development from Old 
French and Provencal. Intimate with MM. Gaston Paris, 
Paul Meyer, Professor Bartsch and other scholars. Resumed 
scholastic work. Founder and Head Master of the well- 
known Neuenheim College at Neuenheim, Heidelberg, 1885- 
90. Later held a Lectureship in French at BalUol College, 
Oxford; resigned, 1899. Author, Sermons du Xlltne Siicle 
en vieux Provenfale; also published a French Grammar for 
Schools. Died Dec. 21, 1906, aged 79, at Beech, Hants. 
Brother of Arthur (1851). (Al. Oxon.; Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Eagle, XXVIII ; The Times, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

ARMITAGE, FREDERICK RHODES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 12, 1885. S. of Thomas Rhodes [M.D., L.R.C.P., 
M.R.C.S.], of 34, Cambridge Square, London. (Founder of 
the British and Foreign Association for the Blind. Chief 
promoter in England of the Braille method of printing and 
writing.) B. Aug. 11, 1867, at Thurles, Co. Tipperary. 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. At York- 
shire College, Leeds, 1888. Engineering pupil, Midland Rail- 
way, 1889. Civil Engineer, 1893. A.M.I.C.E. Of Noan, 
Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. High Sheriff, Co. Tipperary, 
1906. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Fox-Davies; Trinity Coll. Reg., 
I934-) 

ARMITAGE, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at St John's, June 22, 1847. 
S. of George, of Oldham, Lanes. B. at St Peter's, Oldham. 
Bapt. Julyii, 1819. School, Chester (Mr W.GIeadowe, M.A.) . 
Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851. Ord. deacon, 1851; priest 
(Lichfield) 1852. V. of Silverdale, Staffs., 1853-91. Resided 
latterly at 5, Tanza Road, Hampstead. Died there Mar. i, 
1900, aged 80. (Eagle, Mar. 1901.) 

ARMITAGE, GEORGE DOWKER. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 5, 1864. S. of George, of Milnsbridge House, Hudders- 
field, Yorks. B. there Oct. 25, 1845. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 1872. Ord. deacon, 1869; 
priest (York) 1870; C. of Stillingfleet, Yorks., 1869-72. C. 
of Tydd St Mary, Lines., 1872-3. C. of Huntley, Gloucs., 
1873-5. V. of North Dalton, Yorks., 1875-8. R. of Brough- 
ton Astley, Leics., 1878-1903; resigned. Afterwards of 
Broughton House, West Ayton, Yorks. Died there June 28, 
1913. Father of Robert C. D. (1896). (Vis. of England and 
Wales, XV. add. ; Burke, L.G. ; Crockford.) 

ARMITAGE, GEORGE POLLARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1886. S. and h. of Joseph Pollard, Esq. B. 
Apr. 21, 1867, at Newhouse, Huddersfield. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1890. Of Storthes Hall, Yorks., 



Armitage, Philip 

and of Milnsbridge House, Huddersfield. J. P., West Riding, 
Yorks. Married and had issue. (Vis. of England and Wales, 
viii; KeUy, Handbook, 1937.) 

ARMITAGE, HARRY RAMSDEN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 22, 1884. S. of John Ramsden, stuff-dyer. B. Nov. 17, 
1865, at Enon House, Manningham, Yorks. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1891. A Director 
of the Bradford Dyers' Association. Of Sandiway House, 
near Northwich, Cheshire, 1934. Brother of Norman C. 
(1896). (Reg. of the Senate, ig$5.) 

ARMITAGE [post WORMALD], HARRY WORMALD. Adm. 
FeU.-Com. at Queens', Feb. 10, 1838. Of Yorks. [S. of 
William, of Ainderby Steeple. School, Leeds Grammar.] 
Matric. Michs. 1838, as Wormald. Changed his name to 
Wormald on succeeding to the Cookridge Estate, Sept. 20, 
1871. Died Jan. 1895. (Leeds Gr. Sch. Reg.) 

ARMITAGE, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Oct. 23, 1797. 
Matric. Michs. 1798. School, Wakefield. [S. of Joseph, 
of Alverthorpe Hall, Wakefield, Yorks.] 'Left Cambridge 
in 1799.' Of Scarborough. Drowned Aug. 12, 1809, near 
Selby. (M. H. Peacock.) 

ARMITAGE, HENRY. .A.dm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 24, 1837. 
[S. of Joseph, of Milnsbridge, Yorks., J. P., D.L., and Ann, 
dau. of Joseph Taylor, of Blackley Hall, near Manchester. 
B. May 2r, 1818.] Matric. Lent, 1838. Emigrated to 
Australia. Married Amelia, dau. of Thomas Ramsey, Com- 
missary General, New South Wales. Retmned to Europe. 
Died Sept. 21, 1871 (? 1870), aged 52, in Jersey. (C. A. 
Hulbert, Annals of Almondbury, 239, 246, 400; Burke, L.G.) 

ARMITAGE, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Feb. i, 
iSii. 2nd s. of Edward. B. at Armitage (? Armitage 
Bridge), Yorks. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 
1816. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 15, 1816, s. of Edward, 
of Famley Hall, Leeds. Proprietor of the Famley Iron 
Works. Died July 27, 1872. (Harroio Sch. Reg.) 

ARMITAGE, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Caius, Apr. 26, 
1839. 2nd s. of James, gent., of Port Louis, near Lorient, 
France. B. in London. Schools, Paris and Darmstadt, 
Germany. Matric. Michs. 1839; Scholar, 1840. Migrated to 
Trinity, Jan. 10, 1841; Scholar, 1842; B..\. 1843; M.A. 1846. 
Fellow of Trinity, 1845-52. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 22, 
1848, age 29, as 2nd s. of James, of Famley Hall, Yorks. 
Died Aug. 19, 1852, at his brother's rectory, Thorpe, Derbs. 
(Venn, 11. 247.) 

ARMITAGE, JAMES AURIOL. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Sept. 21, 1877. S. of Francis James (1842), clerk, of 
Casterton, Westmorland. B. at Margate. School, CUfton 
College. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. igor. Studied 
medicine at Edinburgh University. M.B., CM. (Edinb.) 
1886; M.D. (Edinb.) 1888. Sometime Resident Physician at 
the Royal Maternity Hospital, Edinburgh. Surgeon to the 
Wolverhampton Orphan Asylum. Hon. Gynaecologist to 
the Wolverhampton and Staffordshire General Hospital. 
Lived latterly at Netherwood, St Helen's Park, Hastings. 
Died Nov. 26, 1923, aged 66, at Hastings. Brother of E. 
(1878), etc. (R. F. Scott; The Times, Nov. 28 and 30, 1923.) 

ARMITAGE, JAMES WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. 9, 1882. S. of William [Firth, clerk], of Scotforth 
vicarage, Lancaster. [B. May 17, 1864, at Liverpool.] 
School, Lancaster Grammar (Mr Pryke). Matric. Michs. 
1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1890. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest 
(Manchester) 1891 ; C. of St Chrysostom's, Manchester, 
1890-5. C. of Lewisham, 1895-8. R. of Stapleford Abbots, 
Essex, 1898-1936-. Brother of Richard H. (1886). (Crock- 
ford, 1938.) 

ARMITAGE, JOHN MORRIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 
1900. S. of Arthur, of Kirroughtree, Newton Stewart, Kirk- 
cudbright. B. June I, 1881, at Meltham, Yorks. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1900. Went to Vancouver, British 
Columbia ; in the Public Works Department. 

ARMITAGE, NORMAN CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 30, 1896. 2nd s. of John Ramsden, of Thornfield, 
Bradford, Yorks. B. July 3r, 1877, at Bradford. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1896; Scholar, 1897; Browne 
Medals; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1899; M.A. 1903. 
Barrister (Inner Temple and Lincoln's Inn) 1902; Chancery 
Bar. Served in the Great War (Lieut., R.G.A.). Chancellor 
of the Diocese of Leicester. Of 11, Old Square, Lincoln's 
Inn, London. Brother of Harry R. (1884). (Univ. Cal., 
1935-6; Univ. War List; Law List, 1937.) 

ARMITAGE, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 27, 1889. 
4th s. of William, of Famley House, Chelsea, London. B. 
there Aug. 24, 1870. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 
1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1899. Ord. deacon, 1895; priest (Ely) 
1896; C. of Holy Trinity, Cambridge, 1895-1900 and 1901-4. 
Missioner at Allahabad, India, 1900-1. V. of Birling, Kent, 
1904-8. V. of Nettlebed, Oxon., 1908-20; retired. Married 
and had issue. Of 26, Lowndes Street, London, S.W. r. 
Brother of Alfred (1885), etc. (Record of Old Westminsters; 
Burke, L.G. ; Crockford, 1938.) 



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ARMITAGE, RICHARD HERBERT. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. 8, 1886. S. of William Firth, of Scotforth Vicarage, 
Lancaster. B. Aug. 31, 1867, at Lancaster. School, Lan- 
caster Grammar (Mr Pryke). Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 
1889; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1896; priest (Lincoln) 1897. 
Second Master at Stamford Grammar School, 1891-8. Head 
Master of Appleby Grammar School, 1898-1901. C. of 
Gainsborough, 1901-7. V. of Whittlesey, Cambs., 1907-17. 
V. of Walkeringham, Notts., 1917-23- V. of Owston with 
East Ferry, 1923-31. R. of Theydon Gamoa, Essex, 1931- 
6-. Brother of James W. (1882). (Crockford, 1938.) 

ARMITAGE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 23, 1884. 
S. and h. of William James, of Famley House, Chelsea, 
London. B. Feb. 22, 1866, at Leeds. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1888. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Jan. 12, 1887. Called to the Bar, 1889. Lord Mayor of Leeds, 
1904-5. M.P. for Leeds, 1906-22. Chairman and Managing 
Director of Brown Bayley's Steel Works, Ltd., and of other 
companies. Married and had issue. Of Famley Hall, Leeds, 
and of Dinish Island, Kenmare, Co. Kerry. Brother of 
Alfred (1885), etc. (Record of Old Westminsters; Who's Who, 
1938; Burke, L.G.) 

ARMITAGE, ROBERT CYRIL DOWKER. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, May 20, 1896. 2nd s. of George Dowker 
(1864), clerk. B. Nov. 28, 1877, at North Dalton, Yorks. 
Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1903. 

ARMITAGE, SAMUEL HAROLD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1892. S. of Samuel, Esq. B. at Pendleton, 
Lanes. School, High Legh. Matric. Michs. 1892. Died Jan. 
31, 1935. at Stretton, near Hereford. (The Times, Feb. 1, 
I935-) 

ARMITAGE, STEPHEN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 4, 
1873. OfDerbs. S. of Francis James (1842), V. of Casterton. 
B. Jan. 9, 1855, at Baslow, Derbs. School, Repton. Matric. 
Michs. 1873; Scholar, 1874. Became a Non-Collegiate 
student. B.A. 1879. Brother of Edward (1878), etc. 

ARMITAGE, VERNON KIRK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 15, 
i860. S. of Sir Elkanah [Knt.]. B. Oct. 20, 1842, at Man- 
chester. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1861; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1865; M.A. 1868. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 27, 
1863. Called to the Bar, 1866. On the Northern Circuit. 
J. P. for Lanes. Vice-Chairman of the Lancashire County 
Council. Of Grimble Lodge, Swinton Park, near Manchester. 
Died May 8, 1911. (Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

ARMITAGE, WALTER ALEXANDER. Adm. at Clare, 
July II, 1898. [S. of W. H., of Huddersfield, Yorks. B. 
Dec. II, 1880.] School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1898; 
B.A. 1903. Entered the Army (Mihtia) 1906; Lieut., 1908; 
Capt., 1912; Major, 1916. Served in the Great War (Capt., 
York and Lancaster Regt., Major, Machine Gun Corps; in 
Egypt, at the battle of Gaza; wounded; mentioned in 
despatches; D.S.O., 1917). (Univ. War List; Pari. Reg., 
1938.) 

ARMITAGE, WALTER JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 21) at 
Trinity, May 25, 1842. S. of Isaac. Matric. Michs. 1842; 
B.A. 1846; M.A. 1850. In Holy Orders. Of Farnley, Leeds 
(Clergy List, 1856). Died Feb. 11, 1856, aged 31 (sic), at 
Farnby (? Famley), Bucks, (sic). (G. Mag., 1856, i. 434.) 

ARMITAGE, WHALEY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Dec. 13, 1785. S. and h. of Robert, merchant, of Liverpool 
[and Grace, sister of Major-Gen. Sir John Braithwaite, Bart.]. 
B. June 9, 1767. School, Kennington, Middlesex (Mr Long- 
more). Matric. Michs. 1786; Scholar, 1788; B.A. (gth 
Wrangler) 1790; M.A. 1793. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 15, 
1785. Called to the Bar, 1794. Practised in the Court of 
Chancery; retired owing to ill-health. Agent for the Guy's 
Hospital (London) Estates in Herefordshire. Of Coole, Co. 
Louth; resided at Moraston, Herefordshire. J. P., Hereford. 
Married Eleonora, dau. of Edward Haistwell, Esq., of 
Kensington, London, Apr. 7, 1796. A college friend of 
Gunning; they met again in 1847, where Gunning describes 
him as ' still blessed with much buoyancy of spirit and would 
enjoy a hearty laugh even on a Sunday.' Died Apr. 21, 1855. 
Father of Brathwaite (1823). (Burke, L.G.; J. Graham 
Forbes; Gunning, Remi^tiscences, 1. 225-32.) 

ARMITAGE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 25, 
1857. Matric. Lent, 1858; Scholar, 1858; B.A. 1861. Ord. 
deacon, 1861; priest (Chester) 1862; C. of St Mary's, Kirk- 
dale, Cumberland, 1861-5. Held other curacies, 1865-76. 
V. of Scotforth, 1876-1913. Resided latterly at 8, Lynd- 
hurst Gardens, Church End, Finchley, London, N. 3. Author, 
Sketches of Church and State. Died May 8, 1923, aged 90, at 
Finchley. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ARMITAGE, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. II, 1886. S. of William James, Esq., of Famley House, 
Chelsea, London. [B. Dec. 7, 1868. School, Westminster.] 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1896. Adm. solicitor, 
1896. Served in the Great War (Major, 4th Batt., York and 



Armstrong, Edmund Archibald 

Lancaster Regt., 1914; Staff Officer). Of Longholt, Hilden- 
borough, Kent. Married and had issue. Brother of Alfred 
(1885), etc. (Record of Old Westminsters; Burke, L.G.; Univ. 
War List.) 

ARMITAGE, . Adm. Fell. -Com. at Sidney, Apr. 27, 1839. 

ARMITSTEAD, LAWRENCE. Adm. FcU.-Com. at Jesus, 
Dec. 15, 1808. S. of John, clerk. B. Nov. 16, 1791, at Stan- 
don, near Clitheroe, Lanes. School, Macclesfield (Dr Davies). 
Matric. Lent, 1809; B.A. 1813, as Armistead. Of Cranage 
Hall, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire. High Sheriff of Cheshire, 
1829. Married Harriet Vyse, dau. of the Rev. Richard 
Massie, of Coddington, 1829. Died Oct. 31, 1874, aged 83, at 
Cranage Hall. (Burke, L.G.) 

ARMITSTEAD, THOMAS, see ARMISTEAD. 

ARMITSTEAD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 28, 
1819. S. of Richard, V. of St James's, Whitehaven, Cumber- 
land [and R. of Moresby; died 1821]. Matric. Michs. 1819; 
B.A. 1823, as Armistead. Ord. deacon (York) Dec. 14, 1823; 
priest, Dec. 19, 1824; C. of Cockerham, Lanes. P.C. of 
Lorton, Cumberland, 1825-64. Lived latterly at Oak Hill, 
High Lorton. Died Feb. 15, 1870, at Edinburgh. [To be 
distinguished from a contemporary namesake who was 
probably C. of Garstang, Lanes., 1835-81. (T. C. Dale, 
Yorkshire Ord. Bk.; The Guardian, Feb. 26, 1870.) 

ARMOUR, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
Aug. 12, 1875. S. of William, deceased. School, Rossall. 
Matric. Michs. 1875; Scholar; B.A. 1879; M.A. 1898. Assist- 
ant Master at Rossall School, 1879-84. Ord. deacon (Man- 
chester) 1885; priest, 1886; C. of Rochdale, 1885-7. C. of 
Manchester Cathedral, 1887-92. Diocesan Inspector of 
Schools for Manchester, 1889-92; for Chester, 1913. V. of 
St Cross, Knutsford, Cheshire, 1893-1936. Afterwards of 
Rossall Cottage, Iford, Christchurch, Hants., 1938. Author, 
Dialogues of Lucian (translation). (Rossall Sch. Reg.; Crock- 
ford, 1938.) 

ARMSTRONG, ARTHUR ST QUINTIN. Adm. [pens.] at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1889. S. of Arthur J., of Morville, late Capt., i6th 
Lancers. B. Feb. 14, 1870, at Kineton, Warws. Schools, 
Tiverton and Repton. Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; 
M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Chester) 1894; priest, 1896; C. of 
Lostock Gralam, Cheshire, 1894-7. R. of Newton Purcell 
with Shelswell, Bucks., 1897-1936-. (Venn, 11. 504; Crock- 
ford, 1938.) 

ARMSTRONG, BENJAMIN JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Caius, June 8, 1836. S. of Benjamin John, Esq., of Southall, 
Middlesex. B. in the parish of St Andrew's, Holbom. 
Schools, Ealing (Messrs Nicholas) and King's College, Lon- 
don. Matric. Michs. 1836; B.A. 1840; M.A. 1845. Ord. 
deacon (London) June 6, 1840; priest. May 22, 1842. C. of 
St Andrew's, Holbom, 1842-4. V. of Crowle, Lines., 1844-7. 
R. of Little Stanmore, Middlesex, 1844-50. V. of East 
Dereham with Hoe, Norfolk, 1850-88. Author, Sermons; 
Lectures, etc. Married Ann, dau. of William Duncombe, of 
Northchurch, Herts. Died Dec. 20, 1890, at East Dereham. 
Father of Benjamin J. (next). (Venn, 11. 237.) 

ARMSTRONG, BENJAMIN JOHN. Adm. pens, at Caius, Oct. r, 
1869. S. of Benjamin John (above), V. of East Dereham. 
B. there Oct. 18, 1850. School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. 
Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Oxford) 
1873; priest, 1874; C. of Thatcham, Berks., 1873-6. C. of 
Brome, Suffolk, 1876-80. C. of East Dereham, Norfolk, 
1880-8. R. of Heydon, 1888-1904. Diocesan Inspector, 
1889. R. of North Tuddenham, 1904-24. Married and had 
issue. Died Mar. i, 1924, aged 73. (Venn, 11. 388; Cox, 
Who's Who in Norfolk.) 

ARMSTRONG, BLOSSE RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 15, 1891. S. of Richard [Lieut. -Col.], of 6, Ashbum 
Place, London. B. Jan. 31, 1873, in London. School, Welling- 
ton College. Matric. Michs. 1891; LL.B. 1894. Solicitor, 
1897; of Devereux Chambers, Temple, London, W.C. 2. 
(Gustavus Thompson and Sons) and (Blosse R. Armstrong 
and Co.), of Forest Hill, S.E. 23. Of Lisnagrough and 
Raheen, Co. Tipperary, 1920. (Walford, Co. Fam.; Law List, 
I937-) 

ARMSTRONG, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity 
Hall, June 14, 1793. S. and h. of John, of Brampton, 
Cumberland. School, (?) Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1793. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 17, 1796. 

ARMSTRONG, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 29, 1760. S. of Christopher, victualler, of London. 
School, St Paul's. Matric. Easter, 1760; Scholar, 1763; 
B.A. 1764. Ord. priest (London) Dec. 21, 1767. 

ARMSTRONG, EDMUND ARCHIBALD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 
Oct. 1, 1878. [3rd s. of John (? M.A. (Oxon.), 1836), late V. 
of Dinder, and Preb. of Wells, deceased. B. Feb. 17, 1859.] 
School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1878; Scholar; B.A. 
1882; M.A. 1885. Adm. at the Inner Temple, May 4, 1882. 



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Called to the Bar, 1885. On the Western Circuit. Took up 
joumaUsm; some time editor of Black and White. On the 
staff of The Lancet as adviser on medico-legal situations. 
Married and had issue. A frequent contributor of stories and 
verses to magazines. His Tales from the Temple — a series of 
stories in the old St James's Gazette — attracted the attention 
of James PajTi — with whose encouragement a novel entitled 
Under the Circumstances — was published. Also wrote 
Sketches for the German Reeds. Had an exact knowledge of 
certain phases of modem art; for a time manager of the 
Fine Arts Society's galleries. Died Oct. 5, 1925, in London. 
(Scott, MSS.; The Times, Oct. 18, 1925; Burke, L.G.) 

ARMSTRONG, FORSTER MOORE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July I, 1896. S. of Joseph Forster, M.D. B. May 27, 1876, at 
South Shields, Durham. School, Giggleswick. Matric. 
Michs. 1896; LL.B. 1899. Admitted Solicitor, 1903; with 
J. M. Moore and Armstrongs, of South Shields. Served in 
the Great War (Major, R.F.A. (T.F.); mentioned in des- 
patches). Killed in action, Sept. 25, 1917- Brother of 
William A. (1887). {Peile, 11. 808; Univ. War List.) 

ARMSTRONG, Sir FREDERICK, Knt. Adm. Fell.-Com. at 
Peterhouse, May 29, 1820. 3rd s. of Edmund, of Gallen, 
King's Co. Ireland. B. Jan. 25, 1789. Served in the Penin- 
sular War. Knighted, Apr. 28, 1819, on his return to Ireland. 
Died unmarried 1821 (or between 1821 and 1831 according 
to some authorities). {T. A. Walker, 409; Burke, P. and B.; 
Foster, Baronetage, 1883.) 

ARMSTRONG, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St 
John's, Aug. 11, 1898. S. of Robert, coach-builder, of Bel- 
fast. B. there Jan. 5, 1876. School, Queens' College, Belfast 
(Rev. T. Hamilton). Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901; M.A. 
1905. President of the Union Society, 1901. One of these 
names, ' husband of Margaret Bryce Armstrong,' died Dec. 20, 
1937- C^^^ Times, Dec. 24, 1937.) 

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE CYRIL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1894. S. of George Frederick (next), of St Oswald's, 
Grasmere, Westmorland. B. Mar. 3, 1875, at Montreal, 
Canada. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar, 1895. 
2nd Chancellor's Medal; B.A. (Senr. Classic, Pt I, 1896, and 
Pt II, 1898) 1898. Assistant Master at St Paul's School, London, 
1900-4. Lecturer in Latin at Liverpool University, 1904-6. 
Assistant Master at St George's School, Harpenden, 1907-19 ; 
Liverpool Collegiate School, 1919-20. Interim Lecturer at 
Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania, 1920-1. Lecturer at 
Westfield College, 1921-3. Head of Arts Department and 
Lecturer in Latin at the Municipal College, Portsmouth. Of 
Cosham, Hants. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 6, i860. S. of George, woollen-draper. B. 
May 15, 1842, at Doncaster, Yorks. School, King's College, 
London. Matric. Michs. i860. Migrated to Jesus, Dec. 14, 
i860; B.A. 1864; M.A. 1867. Studied engineering with 
Richard Johnson, engineer-in-chief of the Great Northern 
Railway; on the engineering staff of that Co., 1863-8. 
Engineer for the Isle of Man Railways, 1868-71. Regius 
Professor of Engineering at Edinburgh University, 1885- 
1900. F.R.S.E., 1886. M.I.C.E., 1892. President of the Royal 
Scottish Society of Arts, 1895-7. Of St Oswald's, Grasmere, 
Westmorland. J. P. Died there Nov. 16, 1900. Father of 
George C. (1894). {Boose, iv. Suppl.) 

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE LANCELOT. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 20, 1783. S. of WiUiam, of Douglas, Isle of Man. School, 
Uppingham. Matric. Michs. 1784, as G. Launcelot; Scholar, 
1787; B.A. 1788; M.A. 1817. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 21, 
1788; priest (Hereford) May 30, 1790; C. of Winwick, Hunts., 
1788. Chaplain of Holy Cross, Winchester, and R. of Trutch- 
feld (sic) and South Tawton, Devon, 1791-1803. R. of St 
Maurice with St Mary Kalendar, Winchester, 1803-19. R. of 
St Peter Colebrook, Winchester, 1803-19. P.C. of St Peter- 
in-Eastergate, Lincoln, with St Margaret-ia-the-Close, 1810. 
Died 1819. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE MORTIMER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 18, 1838; re-adm. Oct. 12, 1848. Of Essex. S. of John 
(? 1806), British Chaplain at Buenos Ayres. B. July 24, 
1817. School, King's College, London. Afterwards at 
Trinity College, Hartford, U.S.A. Ord. deacon, 1840; priest 
(Toronto) 1842. R. of Louth, Canada, in 1850. R. of St 
Mark's and St John's, Frederickton, and Rural Dean, 1853- 
87; retired. Address, St John's, New Brunswick, in 1889. 
Not in Crockford, 1890. Brother of WiUiam (1833). (Crock- 
ford, 1882-9.) 

ARMSTRONG, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Christ's, Jan. 23, 1826. 
Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1836. C. of Borough- 
bridge, Yorks., 1841-7. P.C. of Whixley, 1847-53. P.C. of 
AUerton Mauleverer, 1847-53. Died Jan. 16, 1853. (Peile, 
II. 423; G. Mag., 1853, I. 327.) 



Armstrong, John 

ARMSTRONG, HENRY BRUCE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July II, 1863. 2nd s. of William James (sic) [Jones; of 
Kiliylea House, Co. Armagh]. B. July 27, 1844, at Hull House, 
Sholden [Shoulden], Kent. School, Armagh (Mr GuUlemard). 
Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 1870. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, Jan. 22, 1866. Called to the Bar, 1868. On 
the South Eastern Circuit. [His father assumed by Royal 
Licence the additional name and arms of Wright, Feb. 20, 
1868.] Of KiUylea, Co. Armagh. J. P., D.L. High Sheriff of 
Armagh, 1875. County Councillor, Armagh, 1899-1926; 
Chairman, 1909-20. High Sheriff, Co. Longford, 1894. Vice- 
Lieut., Co. Armagh, 1920; Lieut., 1924. Senator of Queen's 
University, Belfast, 1920-37. Senator for Northern Ireland, 
1921-37. M.P. for Mid-Armagh, 1921-2. President of the 
Education Association of Provincial Committees, 1925-31. 
P.C. for Northern Ireland, 1932. Hon. LL.D. (Belfast) 1937. 
Married and had issue. Of Deans Hill, Armagh. (Burke, P. 
and B.; Burke, L.G. and I.G.; Reg. of the Senate, 1937; 
Who's Who, 1938.) 

ARMSTRONG, HENRY JABEZ BUNTING. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, July 4, 1867. S. of Henry, deceased. B. July 24, 
1848, in London. School, Bedford. Matric. Michs. 1867; 
Tancred Student, 1867; B.A. 1871; M.A. 1874. Assistant 
Master at Islington Proprietary School, Middlesex, 1871-4. 
Ord. deacon (Carlisle) 1874; priest (York) 1875; C. of St 
Mary's, Sheffield, 1874-7. C. of St Andrew's, Eccles, Lanes., 
1877-9; v., 1879-96. R. of St John's, Broughton, Man- 
chester, 1896-1908. Died Oct. 7, 1908, at Broughton rectory. 
(Peile, II. 601.) 

ARMSTRONG, HENRY WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 
1875. Subsequently adm. at St Catharine's; B.A. 1882. 
Ord. deacon, 1882; priest (Ripon) 1884. C. of Huddersfield, 
1882-4. Held other curacies, 1884-95. V. of Lacock, 1895- 
1908. Chaplain in the Navy, 1908-13; at Chantilly, 1913-22. 
R. of Down St Mary, Devon, 1922-33. Not in Crockford, 
1936. (Crockford, 1934.) 

ARMSTRONG, HERBERT BENJAMIN JOHN. Adm. at Selwyn 
H., Oct. I, 1897. B. Oct. 15, 1878. Matric. Michs. 1897; 
B.A. 1900; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon, 1901; priest (Bath and 
Wells) 1902; C. of Rowbarton, Somerset, 1901-9. C. of 
Lowestoft, 1909-16. V. of St James's with Pockthorpe, 
Norfolk, 1916-22. V. of West Hampstead, Middlesex, 1922- 
30. R. of Thorpe Episcopi, Norfolk, 1930-6-. (Crockford, 
1938.) 

ARMSTRONG, HERBERT ROWSE. Adm. sizar at St 
Catharine's, Oct. 5, 1887. S. of William. B. at Plymouth 
[Newton Abbot]. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1891; M.A. 
1902. Adm. Sohcitor, 1895; practised at Newton Abbot and 
at Liverpool; removed to Hay, Brecon, 1906; partner of 
Mr Cheese, Solicitor, and afterwards sole head of the firm. 
Served in the Great War (Major, Royal Engineers; T.D.). 
Charged with the murder of his wife by arsenical poisoning; 
convicted and executed. May 31, 1922, at Gloucester. (Univ. 
War List; Trial of H. R. Armstrong (Notable British Trial 
Series).) 

ARMSTRONG, HUGH EDWIN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1885. S. of Rowley, clerk. B. at Ripley, Yorks. School, 
Leatherhead (Mr Hawkins). Matric. Michs. 1885; Scholar; 
B.A. 1888. Tutor at Oxford Military College, 1891. Assistant 
Master at King's School, Taunton, 1894. Sometime Assist- 
ant Master at Abingdon School; subsequently settled in 
Canada. Brother of William A. (1880). (Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1903, 1904; Leatherhead Sch. Reg.) 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Adm. at Trinity, Sept. 28, 1786; a 
'Ten-year' man. Matric. Easter, 1797; B.D. 1797. [His 
mother, Catherine Armstrong, was sister to Serjeant Hill.] 
C. of St James's, Westminster, 1785. P.C. of St James's 
Chapel, Hampstead Road, London, for 42 years. Died 
Aug. 17, 1835, aged 76. (G.E.C.; Graduati Notes.) 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 3, 1806. 
Matric. Michs. i8o6; B.A. 1810. Ord. priest (London) 
Sept. 23, 1812. One, John Armstrong, B.A., British Chaplain 
at Buenos Aires in 1841, was father of George M. (1838) and 
William (1833), both of St John's College. (Clergy List, 
1841-2.) 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at Caius, 
May 31, 1810. S. of William, clerk [Chancellor of Cashel]. 
B. at Bath. School, Linton, Cambs. (Mr Okes). Matric. 
Michs. 1810. Succeeded his father at Mealiffe, Co. Tipperary, 
Ireland, 1839. J. P. and D.L. Married Catherine, dau. of 
Thomas Somers, Esq., of Chaffpoole, Co. Sligo, 1815. Gave 
two silver flagons to the College, 1814. Died Dec. 2, 1846. 
(Vefin, II. 154; Burke, I.G.) 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity, Feb. 19, 
1822. S. of Francis. B. at Boyle, Co. Roscommon. School, 
DubUn (Mr White). Matric. Easter, 1822. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN. Adm. at Trinity, Feb. 8, 1826; a 'Ten- 
year' man. 



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ARMSTRONG, JOHN BRODIE. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct.g 
1877. S. of John Ward, civil engineer. B. Mar. 23, 1858, at 
Carmarthen. School, Hereford Cathedral (Mr Tatham). 
Exhibitioner; matric. michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1889. 
Ord. deacon, 1881; priest (St Asaph) 1882; C. of Hendon, 
Middlesex, 1881-2. Chaplain to Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart., 
1882-4. Examining chaplain to the Bishop of River, Western 
Australia, 1885-8. C. of St Andrew's, Brighton, Victoria, 
1888-9. C. of St John's, Toorak, 1889-90. V. of St Paul's 
pro-Cathedral, Hay, N.S.W., 1890-8. R. of Stanthorpe, 
189S-1902. R. of St Thomas's, Toowong, 1902-7. V. of St 
Peter's, Ballarat, 1907-8. V. of Camperdown, 1908-9. V. of 
All Saints', Ballarat, Victoria, 1909-10. V. of St Augustine's, 
Oakey, 1911-12. R. of Oakey, Queensland, 1912-13. R. of 
St ."^gnes, Esk, 1914-18. R. of St Augustine's, Hamilton, 
1918-25. Hon. Canon of Brisbane, 1926-36-. Not in 
Crock ford, 1938. 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN HENRY NICHOLAS. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1892. S. of James, Esq., of 120, Sutherland Avenue, 
Maida Vale, London. B. 1873. School, Malvern College. 
Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1893; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. 
Barrister (Lincoln's Inn) 1898; Solicitor, 1905 (Sandilands 
and Co., solicitors to Trinity House), of 8, Coleman Street, 
London, E.C. 2. During the Great War in the R.N.V.R. 
(anti-aircraft, London). O.B.E., 1920. (Malvern Coll. Reg.; 
Law List, 1937.) 

ARMSTRONG, JOHN HOBART. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Jan. 31, 1872. S. of William. B. at Wingate Grange, 
Durham. Bapt. May 9, 1854. Schools, Durham (Dr Holden) 
and Rossall. Matric. Michs. 1872. Chartered Accountant. Of 
Newcastle-on-Tyne. Died Oct. 19, 1931, aged 78, at Bourne- 
mouth. (Rossall Sch. Reg.; Tlie Times, Oct. 23, 1931.) 

ARMSTRONG, JOSEPH EVANS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
May 24, 1856. S. of Thomas, manufacturer. B. at Man- 
chester. Bapt. Mar. 2, 1837. Matric. Michs. 1856; Scholar; 
B.A. i860. In the Madras Civil Service. Acting sub-coUector 
of Coimbatore. Died July 13, 1867, aged 30, at Madras. 
(Scott, MSS.) 

ARMSTRONG, LANCELOT. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 7, 
1887. School, Cirencester Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1889. 

ARMSTRONG, LEONARD HENRY. Adm. scholar at Clare, 
Mar. 23, 1877. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.\. 1881. 

ARMSTRONG, MATTHEW. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 18, 
1808. Migrated to Queens', Apr. 17, 1809. Matric. Easter, 
1809; B..\. 1813; M.A. 1817. Probably ord. priest (Canter- 
bury) Mar. 1811. C. of St James's, Dover, 1811. C. of 
Waldershare with Whitfield, Kent, 1818. According to the 
G. Mag., 1854, II. 313, the Rev. Matthew Armstrong of 
Queens' College, Cambridge, died Aug. i, 1854, aged 68, at 
Bury St Edmunds. One of these names P.C. of Buckland, 
near Dover, 1821-37; noted as dead in 1837 (Cant. Act Bk.); 
see also A I. Oxon. for a contemporary namesake who was 
perhaps R. of Shaw, Berks., 1826-37. (Peile, 11. 361; Al. 
Oxon.) 

ARMSTRONG, REGINALD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Oct. 4, 1884. [S. of George, of Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
B. 1862. School, Bromsgrove Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 
1884; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon, 1893; priest 
(Worcester) 1894; C. of Fladburj', Worcs., 1893-7. R. of 
Wycliffe, Yorks., 1897-1909. Resided latterly at Langdown 
Lawn, Hythe, Southampton. Died there Dec. 26, 1911. 
(Scott, MSS.) 

ARMSTRONG, ROBERT BAYNES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St 
John's, Feb. 15, 1802. S. and h. of John, merchant, of Lan- 
caster. Schools, Clitheroe (Mr Wilson) and Sedbergh. Matric. 
Michs. 1803; Scholar; B.A. 1807; M.A. iSio. Fellow, 1809- 
17. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Feb. 3, 1807. Called to the 
Bar, 1814. Q.C., 1840. Bencher, 1840. Treasurer, 1852. 
Recorder of Hull, 1836-7; of Leeds, 1837-g; of Manchester 
and Bolton, 1848-65. M.P. for Lancaster, 1848-53; unseated 
on petition, 1853. Married Faimy (? Frances), dau. of 
Richmond Blamire, of Thackwood, Cumberland, Dec. 1842, 
at Carlisle. Died Jan. 15, 1869, aged 83, at 29, Chester Square, 
Pimlico, London. Buried at Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland. 
M.I. (St John's Coll. Adm.; Inner Tetnple Benchers; Boase.) 

ARMSTRONG, ROBERT ST VINCENT BOWEN. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, July 12, 1890. S. of Robert George, Capt. B. at 
Exeter. School, Bedford Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1890; 
B.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1902; priest (Chichester) 1903; C. 
of Trinity Chapel, Brighton, 1902-5. C. of St Luke's, 
Brighton, 1905-8. Lie. pr., dio. Chichester, 1910-13. C. of 
St Luke's, Richmond, Surrey, 1913-15. Of Richmond, in 
1934. Disappears from Crockford, 1935. (Peile, 11. 761.) 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, 
June 4, 1783. B. at Blencarn, Cumberland. Apparently 
only resided for a few months. (Tutor's Bk.) 



Armytage, Cecil Frederick 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Jesus, 
Feb. 19, 1791. Of Yorks. S. of Jacob, farmer. School, 
Thornton. Scholar, 1791; matric. Lent, 1792; B.A. (gth 
Wrangler) 1795. Ord. deacon (York) July 12, 1795; priest 
(Ely) Sept. 23, 1798; C. of Willerley (? Willerby, Yorks.) 
1795- C. of Swavesey, Cambs., 1798. C. of Cottenham, 1805. 
R. of Stanford-le-Hope, Essex, 1801-41. Died Oct. 13, 1844, 
at Gravesend. (Ely Ord. Bk.; G. Mag., 1844, 11. 662.) 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 16, 
1833. S. of John (? 1806), British Chaplain at Buenos Aires. 
Matric. Lent, 1834; B.A. 1838. Ord. deacon, 1839; priest 
(London) June 10, 1840. C. of Leigh, Essex, 1839-42. 
Assistant Chaplain at Buenos Ayres, in 1841. Chaplain at 
Valparaiso, 1842-63. R. of St James's, and St John's, New 
Brunswick, 1857-87; retired. Lie. pr., dio. Fredrickstown, 
Canada, 1887-. Disappears from Crocft/a/-i, 1S90. Brother of 
George M. (1838). (London Ord. Bk.) 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Apr. 19, 1880. S. of Rowley, clerk. B. Mar. 1, 
1859, at Ripley, Yorks. Schools, St John's, Leatherhead, and 
Oundle. Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar, 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 
1895. Ord. deacon, 1884; priest (Chichester) 1885; C. of 
Findon, Sussex, 1884-6. C. of Cuckfield, 1886-8. Held other 
curacies, 1888-97. V. of West Dean with Binderton, Sussex, 
1897-1910. V. of Christ Church Blacklands, Hastings, 
1910-21. V. of Funtington, Sussex, 1921-9; retired. Of 66, 
Granville Road, Sevenoaks, Kent. Brother of Hugh E. 
(1885). (PeiU, II. 674; Crockford, 1938.) 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM ANDERSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. S. of Joseph Forster [M.D.], of 23, Victoria 
Terrace, South Shields, Durham. B. there .■^pr. 29, 1869. 
School, Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1887. LL.B. 1890. Adm. 
Solicitor, Aug. 1893; in practice at South Shields (J. M. 
Moore and Armstrongs). Served in the Great War (Lieut., 
2nd (Vol.) Batt., Durham L.I.). Brother of Forster M. 
(1896). (Late) List, 1937.) 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM ARCHIBALD. \dm. pens, (age 17) 
at Trinity, Jan. 8, 1788. S. of Edmund [D.L., F.S.A.], of 
London and of Fortie Hall, Enfield, Middlesex. B. 1770. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1789; Scholar, 1792; B..\. 
1793. Ord. priest (London) Aug. 10, 1800. R. of South 
Hykham, Lines., 1819-37. Of PengeUy Lodge. J. P. for 
Herts, and Middlesex. F.S.A. Married Charlotte Eleanor 
Mary, dau. of Richard Hassell, Esq., 1796. Died Apr. 23, 
1837, aged 66. (Burke, L.G., ed. 1862; Burke, P. and B.; 
G. Mag., 1837, I. 666; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM GEORGE. Hon. LL.D. 1862. The 
well-known inventor of the .\rmstrong guns. D.C.L. (Oxford) 
1870. C.B. Created Baron Armstrong of Cragside, Northum- 
berland, July 6, 1887. Died s.p. Dec. 27,. 1900. (D.N.B., 
Suppl. I.) 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM JOHN ENNIS. Matric. pens, from 
Queens', Michs. 1881. [S. of WOUam, clerk, V. of St Mark's, 
Dalston, Hackney, Middlesex; died 1893. B. Dec. 31, 1861. 
School, St Paul's.] B.A. 1884; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon, 
1885; priest (London) 1886; C. of St Matthew's, Hammer- 
smith, 1885-7; of Christ Church, Finchley, 1888-94. R- oi 
Levisham (with Lockton, Yorks., from 1917) 1894-1924; 
retired. Of Gilnockie, Levisham, Yorks. (Crockford, 1938; 
Reg. of the Senate, 1938.) 

ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM MEREDITH HOWARD. Matric. 
Non-CoU. Michs. 1888. S. of Mrs A., of Mullingar. School, 
CUfton College. In the Royal Army Service Corps.; Lieut.- 
Col.; Ashanti, 1896. Served in the South African war 
(mentioned in despatches). During the Great War, Com- 
mander of .Advanced Horse Transport Depot in France, 
1914-15. Headquarters Irish command, as Assistant 
Director of Supphes and Transport, 1916-18; mentioned in 
despatches. Of Doory Hall, Mullingar. (Clifton Coll. Reg.) 

ARMSTRONG, Lord, see WATSON, WILLIAM HENRY ARM- 
STRONG FITZPATRICK. 



ARMSTRONG, - 
, clerk. 



-. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Mar. 4, 1835. S. of 



ARMYTAGE, BERTRAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 
1887. 4th s. of Frederick WiUiam. B. at Lara, Australia. 
School, Geelong. Matric. Michs. 1887. A member of the 
Antarctic Expedition under Sir Ernest Shackleton. Died c. 
1909-10. Brother of Frederick L. (1880) and Harry (1881). 
(Burke, Col. Gentry, i. 231; Chanticlere, May, 1910.) 

ARMYTAGE, CECIL FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 13, 1881. S. of George, of 59, Queen's Gate, South 
Kensington, London. B. Oct. 7, 1861, in London. School, 
Eton. Matric. Michs. 1881. Returned to Australia; settled 
on his property at Ingleby, Winchelsea, Victoria. Brother of 
George (1872) and Oscar F. (1879). (Burke, Col. Gentry, 1. 
230; Eton Sch. Lists.) 



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armytage or armitage, charles norman [lear- 
MOUTH]. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. i, 1877. School, 
Geelong Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1877, as Chas. Norman 
Lesirmouth Armjrtage. Rowing 'blue,' 1880. 

ARMYTAGE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 9, 1818. 
Perhaps migrated to Caius; see next. 

ARMYTAGE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, July 19, 
1819. 5th s. of Sir George, Bart., of Kirklees Hall, Yorks. 
B. there Apr. 11, 1800. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 1820. 
Lieut., 6th Native Madras Cavalry, E.LC.S. Died June 7, 
1830, at Ootacaraund in the Nilgherries. M.I. there, stating 
that his remains 'lie in a wood near this place,' and M.I. in 
Hartshead Church, Yorks. (Venn, 11. 176; V. C. P. Hodson.) 

ARMYTAGE, FREDERICK LARA. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1880. S. of Frederick William, Esq. B. in 
Australia. School, Geelong (Mr J. B. Wilson). Matric. Michs. 

1880. Brother of Harry (1881), etc. 

ARMYTAGE, GEORGE [FRANCIS]. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1872. S. and h. of George, Esq. B. Aug. 21, 
1853, in Australia. School, Geelong Grammar. Matric. Lent, 
1873, as Geo. Fra. Rowing 'blue,' 1874. Of 4, Kensington 
Square, London, in 1891. Married and had issue. Brother 
of Oscar F. (1879), etc. (Burke, Col. Gentry, i. 230.) 

ARMYTAGE, HARRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. i, 

1881. 2nd s. of Frederick William, Esq. B. at Geelong, 
Australia. School, Geelong Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1881. 
B.A. 1885. Athletic 'blue.' Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Apr. 18, 1882. Called to the Bar, 1886. Returned to 
AustraUa. Brother of Bertram (1887), etc. (R. L. Lloyd.) 

ARMYTAGE, JOHN WENTWORTH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 27, 1812. Of Yorks. S. of John, Esq., of Northampton. 
[B. Apr. 23, 1793. School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 18x2; 
Scholar, 18x3; B.A. 1816; M.A. 1819. Ord. deacon (York) 
Aug. IX, x8i6; priest, Aug. 3, 1817; P.C. of Hickleton, Yorks., 
18x7-65. R. of Bulwell, Notts., 1817-65. Died unmarried 
Apr. 12, 1865. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; Burke, P. and B.; Genea- 
logist, N.S., XXI.) 

ARMYTAGE, JOSEPH NORTH GREEN, see GREEN-ARMY- 
TAGE. 

ARMYTAGE, OSCAR FERDINAND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 2, 1879. 2nd s. of George, of 2, St Andrew's Square, 
Surbiton, Surrey. B. July 12, x86o, in London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883; M.A. x888. Returned to 
Australia; settled on his property in Victoria. Brother of 
George (1872), etc. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

ARNALD, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 8, 1762. 
S. of Richard (1714), clerk, of Leics. B. at Thurcaston. 
School, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1762; Scholar; Prize- 
man; B.A. (Senr. Wrangler) 1766; M.A. I76|; B.D. 1776. 
Fellow, 1767. Tutor, 1768. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 10, 
1770. Whitehall preacher, X773. Chaplain to Richard Hurd, 
Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 1775. Sub-preceptor to 
the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York, x 776-8 x. Pre- 
centor of Lichfield, X778; Preb., X778-97. Canon of Windsor, 
1779-1802. Became insane, 1782; his delusion seemed to be 
ambition. [For an account of his sad affliction, see Kilvert, 
Life and Correspondence of Bishop Hurd.] Continued under 
restraint until his death. Author, Sermon; The Important 
Station of an English Vniversitv. Died Aug. 5, 1802, at 
Leicester. M.I. at Thurcaston. Will (P.C.C.) Nov. 1802. 
(Scott-Mayor, Pt III; Le Neve, Fasti Eccles.) 

ARNETT, BRAITHWAITE. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. x2, 
1866. S. of Braithwaite, tailor. B. Feb. 12, 1847, at Rich- 
mond, Yorks. School, Richmond Grammar. Matric. Michs. 
1866; B.A. X873; M.A. X876. Assistant Master at the Royal 
Academy School, Gosport, 1872-4. Head Master of Truro 
Grammar School, 1874-6; of Crewkeme Grammar School, 
1876. Author, mathematical; compiled a List of scholars of 
Truro School (X787-186X). (Biblioth. Cornub., in. Suppl.) 

ARNETT, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. scholar at St Catharine's, 
May X7, X895. 4th s. of Charles [of Gt Bookham, Surrey]. B. 
1876 at 32, Albion Road, London, N.W. [School, St Paul's.] 
Matric. Michs. 1895 ; B.A. 1898. Revenue Officer in Northern 
Nigeria, 1903. Resident, X906; Senior Resident, 19 13. 
Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 19x4. Acting Lieut. - 
Governor, Northern Provinces, 1920-1, and 1923. Senior 
Resident, Cameroons Province, Nigeria, 1925-32; retired. 
C.M.G., 1924. Married and had issue. Of Stoneycroft, 
Cavendish Road, Redhill, Surrey. (Who's Who, 1938.) 

ARNEY, EDWARD TREVOR. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
June 28, 1852. Of Hants. [Perhaps s. of Edward Francis, 
M.A. (Oxon.), V. of Shalfleet, 1835-49.] Matric. Michs. X852; 
B.A. X856. 

ARNISON, GEORGE WRIGHT. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. X894. 

S. of , deceased. B. Mar. 28, 1875, at Brunswick Square, 

Penrith, Cumberland. School, Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 
1894; B.A. 1897; M..\. 1901. Assistant Master at Giggles- 
wick, Yorks., 1899-1903. Second Master at Bridlington 
Grammar School, 1903-5. Head Master of the Royal 
Grammar School, High Wycombe, Bucks., 1905-35-. Of 



Arnold, Charles William 

High Wycombe. J. P. (Giggleswick Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1932-3; Reg. of the Senate, 1937O 
ARNOLD, ALFRED. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 26, 1856. 
3rd s. of Frederick (1826), minister, of Brimington, Derbs. 
B. Nov. 18, 1835, at Cheltenham. School, Chesterfield 
Grammar (Mr Calder). 'Previously engaged in coimnerce in 
England and America' {Coll. Reg.}. Matric. Michs. 1856. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 6, 1875. Called to the Bar, 
X878. M.P. for HaUfax, X895-1900. Knighted, X903. Of 
Woodroyde, Halifax, Yorks. J. P. for the West Riding. 
Married and had issue. Died Oct. 3X, 1908. Brother of 
Frederick (1854) and Richard S. (1857). 

ARNOLD, ALFRED JAMES. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Jan. 15, 1884. Of Lanes. S. of Alfred Roberts, of Didsbury, 
Manchester. B. there Apr. 10, 1866. School, Hawthorn 
Hall, Wilmslow. Matric. Lent, 1884. Enlisted in the 6th 
Dragoon Guards, 1886; gazetted to the 3rd Hussars, 1893. 
Joined the Royal Niger Constabulary, 1894; Commander, 
1894-9; served throughout the Niger-Soudan Campaign, 
1895-6 (mentioned in despatches). D.S.O., 1897. Served in 
the South African War, 1899 (despatches). Inspecteur- 
G^neral d'Exploitation, Mozambique Company, 1899-1913. 
Served in the Great War (Brevet-Col., Manchester Regt., 
and Royal Welsh Fusiliers). C.B.E., 1919. F.R.G.S. Of 
Plas Owen, Harlech. Died Mar. 12, 1933, aged 67, at Harlech. 
(Univ. War List; The Times, Mar. 13, 1933.) 

ARNOLD, Sir ARTHUR. Hon. LL.D. 1897. Radical poUtician 
and writer; latterly devoted himself to problems of municipal 
government. His wife founded a scholarship in his memory 
at Girton College. Died May 20, 1902. (D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 

ARNOLD, CECIL NORTH. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 17, 1878. 
[S. of Charles Maddock (1835), V. of St Mark's, South Nor- 
wood, Surrey. B. Sept. 23, 1858. School, Westminster.] 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882; M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 
1882; priest (Sarum) 1885; C. of Stower-Provost, Dorset, 
1882-7. V. of Bulford, WUts., 1887-1908. P.C. of Ebbes- 
bourne Wake-cum-Fifield Bavant, 1908-35; afterwards of 
Marley Combe, Bowerchalke, Salisbury. Brother of Edward 
V. (1875). (Record of Old Westminsters; Crockford, 1938.) 

ARNOLD, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Jan. 1820. 
S. of Thomas Graham (1788), medical practitioner, of [St 
Martin's] Stamford, Lines. B. there. School, Uppingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1820; Scholar, 1820-5; B.A. (25th Wrangler) 
1824; M.A. 1827. Fellow, 1825-8. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
May 29, 1825; priest (Norwich Litt. dim. from Peterb.) 
June 18, 1826; C. of Thomhaugh, 1825-6. R. of Wakerley, 
Northants., 1826-7. R. of Tinwell, Rutland, 1827-84. Hon. 
Canon of Peterborough, 1854-84; Rural Dean, 1866-81. 
Married Ellen, dau. of Dr Burrows, of Montague Street, 
Russell Square, London, June 25, 1828. [Their 2nd son. 
Thomas Graham was Warden of the Maclvor Goldfields, and 
died July 11, 1859, aged 27, at Kihnore, Australia.] Author, 
The Boys' Arithmetic. Died Oct. 2, 1884, at Tinwell. Brother 
of William L. (1818) and Thomas K. (1816) ; father of Charles 
W. (1848). (Venn, 11. 177; G. Mag., 1828, i. 640; 1859, 11. 
428.) 

ARNOLD, CHARLES LOWTHER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. 1, 1879. S. of Edward Gladwin, clerk. B. at 
Stapleford rectory, Herts. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1884; 
M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon, 1884; priest (Worcester) 1885; C. 
of St Mary's, Warwick, 1884-6. C. of Upper Clapton, 
1887-9. R. of Waverton, Cheshire, 1889-92. R. of Tatten- 
hall, 1892-1902. V. of Fareham, 1902-23. V. of Wroxall, 
1923-8; retired. Lie. off., dio. Winchester, 1929-36- Of 
48, Fenton Road, West Southboume. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ARNOLD, CHARLES MADDOCK. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
July 8, 1835. Of Essex. Matric. Michs. 1835; B.A. 1839; 
M.A. 1842. Ord. deacon, 1839; priest (Chester) 1840. P.C. of 
Lower Darwen, Lanes., 1840. Master of Warminster endowed 
School, 1841-8. Domestic Chaplain to the Marchioness of 
Bath, 1845-76. Minister of South Lambeth Chapel, Kenning- 
ton, 1849-53. Minor Canon of Westminster, 1853-76. V. of 
St Mark's, Norwood, Surrey, 1859-76. Not in Crockford, 
1877. Father of Cecil N. (1878) and Edward V. (1875). 
(Crockford.) 

ARNOLD, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Jan. 27, 1848. S. of Charles (1820), [R. of Tmwell, 
Rutland. School, Uppingham]. Matric. Michs. 1848. B.A. 
(<^oth Wrangler) 1854; M.A. 1858. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 
1854; priest (Worcester for Rochester) 1859. C. of Astbury, 
Cheshire, 1854. Head Master of Congleton Grammar School, 
Cheshire, 1854; of King Edward's School, Chelmsford, 1857- 
67. C. of Chignal Smealy, Essex, 1859-64. C. of Downham, 
1864-7. Head Master and Chaplain of the Royal Naval 
School, New Cross, 1867-9. Principal and Head Master of 
Woking College, Surrev, 1869-85. C. of Woking, 1870-85. 
Went to the United States. C. of St Luke's, Orlando, Flonda, 
1887-9. C. of Cedar Key, 1889-90. R. of St Mary's, Daytona, 
1890-X906. Died Sept. xo, X906, aged 77, at i8, Rutland 
Terrace, Stamford. (Uppingluim Sch. Reg.; Crockford; The 
Times, Sept. 13, 1906.) 



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ARNOLD, EDWARD CARLETON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 26, 1887. S. of George Benjamin, Mus. Doc. (Oxford), 
of 5, The Close, Winchester. [B. Apr. 30, 1868. School, 
Merchant Taylors'.] Matric. Michs. 1887; Scholar, 1890; 
B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1890; M.A. 1894. Assistant 
Master at Elizabeth College, Guernsey, 1891. Senior Classical 
Master at Eastbourne College, 1899-1924. Head Master, 
1924-9; retired. On the council of the school in 1938. A 
noted ornithologist; presented his collection of birds to 
Eastbourne College. Resident at Eastbourne, 1938. Author, 
A Bird Collector's Medley; British Waders; Birds of East- 
bourne. (Fox-Davies; Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Who's 
Who, 1938.) 

ARNOLD, EDWARD VERNON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 10, 
1875. S. of Charles Maddock (1835), minor canon, of The 
Cloisters, Westminster. B. July 18, 1857, at S. Norwood, 
Surrey. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1875; Bell 
Scholar, 1876; Chancellor's medal; B.A. (i^th Wrangler and 
Senr. CtesiV) 1879; M.A. 1882; Litt.D. 1898. Fellow, 1880. 
Professor of Latin at the University College of North Wales, 
Bangor, 1884-1924. Founded the Cambridge Review. Of 
Bryn Seiriol, Bangor. Married and had issue. Author, 
Historical Vedic Grammar, etc. Died Sept. 19, 1926. Brother 
of Cecil N. (1878). (Record of Old Westminsters.) 

ARNOLD, EDWARD WILLSHIRE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 1, 1889. S. of Edward. B. Mar. 7, 1871, at Redboum 
Bury, Herts. School, St Albans Grammar (Rev. J. Willcox). 
Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892. Of Redboum Bury in 1910. 
[Peile, II. 753.) 

ARNOLD, ERNEST EDWARD. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1894. 
Adm. at Peterhouse, Apr. 25, 1895. S. of J. E., Esq., of 
Grosvenor College, Luton, Beds. B. there Dec. 28, 1867. 
School, Grosvenor College. B.A. 1897; M.A. 1927. 

ARNOLD, FRANCK THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 13, 
1881. S. of Charles [Thomas], clerk [late Assistant Master at 
Rugby, 1841-78] and of 4, High Street, Lowestoft, Suffolk. 
B. Sept. 6, 1861, at Rugby, Warws. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1889. Senr. Classic, 1885. Of 
St Margaret's, Llandaff, in 1904. Lecturer in German at 
University College, Cardiff. Married and had issue. Of 29, 
Hamilton Street, Cardiff, in 1934. (Rugby Sch. Reg.; Suffolk 
Manor. Fam., i. 386.) 

ARNOLD, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 2, 1826. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1826; B.A. 1830. Ord. deacon, 
1830; priest (Lincoln) 1831. C. of St Mary-de-Crypt, Glou- 
cester, c. 1841-2. Master of the Crypt School, Gloucester, 
1841-6. C. of St Mary Magdalen Chapel, 1843-52. R. of 
Brimington, Derbs., 1852-73; Surrogate. Married Jane, dau. 
of S. Piggott, R. of Dunstable, Beds., Oct. 2, 1826. Of 
Brighton Lodge, Clifton, Bristol, in 1876. Not in Crockford, 
1877. Author, Sermons; and Lectures. Perhaps brother of 
Richard (1809); father of Frederick (next), Alfred (1856) and 
Richard S. (1857). (G. Mag., 1826; Crockford.) 

ARNOLD, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 5, 1854. 
S. of Frederick (above), Master of the Crypt School, Glou- 
cester. B. Jan. 2, 1833, at Cheltenham. School, University of 
Glasgow. Matric. Lent, 1855. Migrated to Christ Church, 
Oxford, Jan. 24, 1856; B.A. (Oxon.) i860. Ord. deacon, 
i860; priest (London) 1862; C. of St Gabriel's, Pimlico, 
London, 1860-2. F.R.Hist. S. C. of Chapel-at-Ease, Worthing, 
1868-71. C. of Burgess Hill, Sussex, 1877-84. Editor of the 
Literary Gazette, etc. Author, Turning points in Life; A 
History of Greece for Schools and Colleges; Public Life of 
Lord Macaulay; Our Bishops and Deans; Robertson of 
Brighton; Clerical and Literary Reminiscences. Died Oct. 16, 
1891, in London. Buried at Burgess Hill. Brother of 
Richard S. (1857), etc. (Peile, 11. 537; Al. Oxon.; Boose, 
IV. Suppl.) 

ARNOLD, FREDERICK MONTAGU. Adm. pens, at Caius, 
Oct. 4, 1843. S. of Richard Aldous, clerk [R. of Ellough, 
Suffolk]. .B. there Mar. 10, 1823. School, Rugby. After- 
wards at the College for Civil Engineers at Putney, Mid- 
dlesex. Matric. Michs. 1843; Scholar, 1844-7. B.A. (34/A 
Wrangler) 1848; M.A. 1852; incorp. at Oxford, 1859. 
Rowing 'blue.' Ord. deacon (Chichester) 1848; priest, 1850. 
Assistant Master at Lancing College, 1848-51. Fellow of St 
Nicholas College, Shoreham, 1848-54. Assistant Master at 
Hurstpierpoint College, Sussex, 1 850-1. Head Master of the 
Military branch of the Woodard Schools, Ley ton, 1851-5. 
Private tutor at Kingston-on-Thames, 1855-82. R. of Rings- 
field, Suffolk, 1881-98. An active volunteer (Major, 3rd Batt. 
E. Surrey Regt.). Chairman of the Wangford Union Board 
of Guardians. J. P. First President of the Kingston Rowing 
Club. Married and had issue. Died Aug. 11, 1898. Buried at 
Ringsfield. (Venn, 11. 264; Suffolk Manor. Fam., i. 386; Al. 
Oxon.; Hurstpierpoint Reg., 11.) 

ARNOLD, FREDERICK SWEET. Adm. at King's, Oct. 11, 
1872. S. of Frederick, ironmonger, of Devonport. B. Aug. 24, 
1852. Schools, Devonport and Stoke Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1872; Exhibitioner; Scholar, 1875. B.A. (Hist. Trip., 



Arnold, James Percy 

ist Class) 1876; M.A. 1879. Seatonian Prize, 1883. Assistant 
Master at Bedford Grammar School. Professor of English at 
the Royal Oriental Institute, Naples. Resident at Naples in 
1934. (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

ARNOLD, GEORGE. .\dm. pens, at Sidney, Apr. 8, 1801. S. 
and h. of George Arnold, of Halstead, Kent, Esq. B. Mar. 9, 
1784, in London. School, Orpington (Mr Foljambe). Matric. 
Michs. 1801; Scholar, 1802. Perhaps migrated to Oxford 
and matric. (Balliol College) May 2, 1803, age 19, as s. of 
George, gent., of London; B.A. (Oxon.) 1805; M.A. 1808. 
(AL Oxon.) 

ARNOLD [? post BROCK-ARNOLD], GEORGE [ARTHUR] 
MOSS. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Jesus, Oct. 1867. S. of 
Thomas, Esq. B. at Liverpool. School, King's College, 
London (Mr G. F. Maclear). Matric. Michs. 1867, as Geo. 
Arthur Moss. Doubtless identical with the Rev. George Moss 
Brock-Arnold; afterwards at Oxford. Matric. (Hertford 
College) Mar. 8, 1875, age 28, as 'George Moss Brock- Arnold, 
2nd s. of Thomas, M.D., of Liverpool'; B.A. (Oxford) 1878; 
M.A. 1880. Ord. deacon, 1876; priest (Oxford) 1879, as 
Brock-Arnold, George Moss; C. of St Paul's, Oxford, 1876-8. 
C. of Buckland, 1879-80. C.-in-charge of Marston-Mont- 
gomery, Derbs., 1881-2. C. of St Ann's, Soho, 1884-5. 
Chaplain of the Workhouse and Infirmary, CamberweU, 
1886. F.R.H.S. Of Cornwall Lodge, CamberweU (1888). 
Disappears from Crockford, 1889. Author, Oxford Concord- 
ance to the Holy Scriptures (Clarendon Press); Gainsborough 
and Constable. (Al. Oxon.; Crockford.) 

ARNOLD, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 
Dec. 19, 1807. [S. and h. of George, Esq., of Ashby Lodge, 
Ashby St Ledgers, Northants. B. Nov. 4, 1791, in London.] 
Migrated to Jesus, Oct. i, 1808. Matric. Lent, 1808. Of 
Ashby Lodge, Esq., and of Mirables, Isle of Wight. D.L. for 
Northants. J. P. for the Counties of Warwick and Nor- 
thampton. Married Susanna Blakeman, of Coventry, 
May 13, 1817. Died Oct. 27, 1844, aged 51, at Southsea. 
Brother of James W. (1812). (Baker, i. 247; Burke, L.G.) 

ARNOLD, GEORGE HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 22, 
1847. [School, Eton.] Matric. Lent, 1848. Living at Bath 
in 1863. (Eton Sch. Lists.) 

ARNOLD, GEORGE RAINSFORD BEESLEY. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Sept. 30, 1876. Of Warws. B. Feb. 6, 
1857, at Leamington. Matric. Michs. 1876. 

ARNOLD, HENRY ABEL. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Jesus, Oct. 1, 
1882. S. of Edwin Gladwin, M.A. (Oxon.), clerk. B. Apr. 5, 
1861, in London. School, HaUeybury. Matric. Michs. 1882; 
B.A. 1885; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon (Liverpool) 1886; priest, 
1887; C. of St Michael's, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, 1886-7. 
C. of St Helen's, 1887-go. R. of Barrow, Cheshire, 1890- 
1907. V. of AJsager, 1907-13. V. of Wolsingham, 1913-34. 
Died Dec. 29, 1934, aged 73. (H. M. Wood; Crockford; The 
Times, Dec. 31, 1934.) 

ARNOLD or COAPE-ARNOLD, HENRY FRASER JAMES 
COAPE, see COAPE. 

ARNOLD, HENRY HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 21, 1806. [S. of Thomas, M.D.] Matric. Michs. 1806; 
Scholar, 1808; B.A. 1810. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 
Nov. 5, 1811, as s. of Thomas, M.D. Ord. priest (York) 
Dec. 19, 1813. P.C. of Worsbrough. Author, The Italian 
Analyst, or the Essentials of Italian Grammar; a work in- 
cluded in Thomas Kerchever Arnold's list of school books and 
attributed to his 'late uncle the Rev. H. Hamilton Arnold, 
B.A.' (G. Mag., 1853, I. 667). Died Nov. 4, 1849, aged 63, at 
CUfton. Brother of Thomas G. (1788) and William W. (1793). 
(G. Mag., 1850, I. 103.) 

ARNOLD, HENRY JAMES LAWES. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. 1, 1873. [S. and h. of Walter Brown, mer- 
chant, of London.] B. May 20, 1854, at Paddington. Matric. 
Michs. 1873; Scholar; B.A. 1877; M..\. 1880. Assistant 
Master at Walton Lodge School. Ord. deacon, 1881; priest 
(Chester) 1882; C. of Tarporley, Cheshire, 1881-6. C. of St 
James's, Yarmouth, 1886-8. V. of East Dereham with Hoe, 
Norfolk, 1888-1911. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1902-28. 
R. of North Creake, 1911-28. Died June 13, 1928. (Crock- 
ford; The Times, June 15, 1928.) 

ARNOLD, HENRY LOWE. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
May 26, 1834. Of Essex. Matric. Michs. 1835; Scholar, 1836. 

ARNOLD, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 8, 1813. 
Matric. Michs. 18 13. One of these names, sometime of 
Norwood, Surrey, died Sept. 10, 1848, aged 53, at Adswood, 
near Stockport. (G. Mag., 1848, 11. 554.) 

ARNOLD, JAMES PERCY. Adm. sizar (age 33) at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 22, 1854, clerk. A 'Ten-year' man. Of Mountain 
Glen, Cappagh White, Tipperary. Matric. Lent, 1866, as 
Fell.-Com.; B.D. (St John's) 1868. Ord. deacon, 1857; priest, 
1858; Chaplain of VVarneford Hospital, Leamington, 1857- 
66. V. of Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1866-74. Died 1874. 
(T. A. Walker, 509; Hennessy.) 



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ARNOLD, JAMES [WILLIAM]. Adm. pens, at Clare, July 6, 
1812. [3rd s. of George, Esq., F.S.A., of Ashby Lodge, Ashby 
St Ledgers, Northants. ; gentleman of the Privy Chamber to 
George III.] B. July 20, 1795. Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 
1816; M.A. 1819; D.D. (St John's) 1843; incorp. at Oxford, 
1853. In Holy Orders; occurs in Clergy Lists as of Warding- 
ton, Oxon., in 1846; still there, 1851; afterwards of Pole- 
brook, Northants. Married Lady Mary Howard, dau. of 
William, Earl of Wicklow and Baron Clonmore of Clonmore 
Castle, July 2, 1822. Died June 25, 1865, aged 69, at Lea- 
mington. Brother of George H. (1807). (BaftCT-, i. 247; F. A. 
Crisp, Vis. of Ireland, iv. 133; Al. Oxon.; G. Mag., 1865, 11. 
252.) 

ARNOLD, JOHN CORRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 25, 
1900. S. of Robert James, Presbyterian minister, of Dun- 
murry, Ireland. B. there Apr. 8, 1881. School, Royal 
Belfast Academical Institution. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 
1903. President of the Union Society, 1903. Barrister 
(Inner Temple) 1911. Served in the Great Wsur (Capt., 
Northumberland Fusiliers; wounded). Of 4, Harcourt 
Buildings, Temple, E.C. 4. (Univ. War List; Law List, 
1937.) 

ARNOLD, JOHN [MILLS]. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 29, 
1812; re-adm. May 14, 1818. Of Dorset. Matric. Michs. 
1812, as John Mills Arnold; B.A. 1820. Ord. deacon (Glou- 
cester) Apr. 23, 1820, as John Mills. 

ARNOLD, MATTHEW. Hon. LL.D. 1883. The weU-known poet 
and critic, for whom see D.N.B. 

ARNOLD, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Nov. 13, 1809. 
Of Middlesex. Matric. Michs. 1809; B.A. 1814. Probably 
adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 2, 1809, age 19, as 3rd s. of Charles, 
Esq., of Bedford Row.' One of these names. Chaplain to the 
East India Co., at Cuttack; died May 26, 1839, at Pooree. 
Perhaps brother of Frederick (1826). (G. Mag., 1839, 11. 
663.) 

ARNOLD, RICHARD STEDMAN. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, July 3, 1857. [2nd s. of Frederick (1826), clerk, of 
Cheltenham.] Afterwards at Oxford. Matric. (St Alban Hall) 
June 3, 1874, age 39; B.A. (Oxford) 1879; M.A. 1881. Ord. 
deacon, 1859; priest (Lichfield) i860; C. of Burslem, 1859- 
61. Held other curacies, 1862-82. R. of Grafton Flyford, 
Worcs., 1882-1922. Not in Crockford, 1923. Brother of 
Frederick (1854), etc. {Al. Oxon.; Crockford.) 

ARNOLD, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, Mar. 31, 
1758. S. of Thomas. B. at Thetford. School, Thetford (Mr 
Knowles). Matric. Easter, 1759; Scholar, 1759. The Rev. 
Thomas Arnold, formerly of Walworth, died suddenly Oct. 30, 
1821, aged 80, at Reading. [Peile, n. 265; G. Mag.) 

ARNOLD, THOMAS GRAHAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. 13, 1788. S. of Thomas [M.D., physician], of Leicester 
(for whom see D.N.B.). School, Ashbourne, Derbs. (Mr 
Langley). Matric. Michs. 1788, as Thomas; M.B. 1795, as 
T.G. Practised at Stamford, Lines. [His mother was sister 
of Mr William Graham who married the well-known Mrs 
Catherine Macaulay, Nov. 14, 1774; his father and mother 
being present at the wedding, at All Saints', Leicester; see 
Nichols, IV. Pt II, 552.] Died Feb. 23, 1855, aged 85, at St 
Martin's, Stamford. Brotherof Henry H. (1806) etc.; father of 
William L. (1818), Charles (1820) and Thomas K. (next). 
(G. Mag., 1816, II. 855; I. 445.) 

ARNOLD, THOMAS KERCHEVER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Sept. 23, 1816. [S. of Thomas Graham (above), of 
St Martin's, Stainford. D.N.B., apparently following G. Mag., 
XXXIX, gives the father's name as Thomas George.] B. at 
Stamford, Lines. Schools, Uppingham and Hackney, 
London (Dr Heathcote). Matric. Michs. 1817; Scholar, 1819; 
B.A. 1821; M.A. 1824. Fellow, 1823. Ord. deacon (Ely) 
Apr. II, 1826; priest, June 10, 1827. R. of Lyndon, Rutland, 
1830-53. A distinguished educationalist; from 1838 on- 
wards engaged in the preparation of school books. Edited in 
twenty-five volumes portions of all the chief Latin and Greek 
authors jmd prepared adaptations from American and 
German authors. Also voluminous as a theological writer; 
promoted the interests of the Church of England by means 
of periodical literature. Died Mar. 9, 1853, at Lyndon. 
Brother of Charles (1820), etc. (D.N.B.; Uppingham Sch. 
Reg.) 

ARNOLD, THOMAS WALKER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Mag- 
dalene, July 24, 1883. 3rd s. of Frederick, of Devonport. 
B. Apr. 19, 1864. School, City of London. Matric. Michs. 
1883; Scholar; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1905; Litt.D. 1914. Hon. 
Fellow, 1917. Professor of Philosophy at the Anglo- 
Oriental College (now the Moslem University), AUgarh, 
India, 1888-98. Identified himself with the Islamic atmo- 
sphere; 'dressed like a Moslem and founded in the College 
the Anjuman-al-Farz or Duty Society.' Professor of Philo- 
sophy at Government College, Lahore, 1898-1904. Dean of 
the Oriental Faculty at the Punjab University. Returned to 
England, 1904. Assistant Librarian at the India Office, 



Arthur, Frederick 

1904-9. Acted as Educational Adviser to Indian Students 
under Viscount Morley's scheme, and to the Secretary of 
State, 1909-20. Professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies at 
London University, 1921-30. CLE., 1912. Knighted, 1921. 
F.B.A., 1926. One of the foremost Islamic scholars in the 
world. Made exhaustive researches into Mohammedan 
literature, history and art. English editor of the Encyclo- 
paedia of Islam. Married and had issue. Of 19, Gloucester 
Walk, Kensington, W. 8. Author, The Preaching of Islam; 
The Little Flowers of St Francis of Assist (transl. from the 
Italian) ; The Caliphate; Survivals of Sassanian and Manichean 
Art in Persian Painting; The Islamic Faith; The Islamic 
Book, etc. [His valuable collection of books and writings 
were acquired to form an Arnold Library at the school of 
Oriental Studies as a permanent memorial of him.] Died 
suddenly June 9, 1930, aged 66, in London. (Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1919; Magdalene Coll. Mag.; The Times, June 11, 
1930; D.N.B.) 

ARNOLD, WILLIAM, see HOFFMANN, WILLIAM ARNOLD. 

ARNOLD, WILLIAM FILLBRIDGE (? FELBRIGGE). Adm. 

sizar at Emmanuel, Feb. 3, 1773. Of Northants. Matric. 

Michs. 1773, as Fillbridge; Scholar, 1774; B.A. 1777; M.A. 

1780; B.D. 1787. Fellow, 1779-92. Proctor, 1785. Ord. 

priest (London) Feb. 28, 1779, as W. Fellbridge; C. of 

Naseby, 1777 (when he signed the Reg. of Theddingworth). 

C. of Laughton, Leics., 1777-92, as W. FUbridge. Died 

Jan. II, 1792, at Bath. (J. B. Peace; Nichols, 11. 693; H. I. 

Longden.) 

ARNOLD, WILLIAM GEORGE. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1891, 
from Ayerst H. 

ARNOLD, WILLIAM LANGTON. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Caius, Feb. 27, 1818. 2nd s. of Thomas Graham (1788), 
medical practitioner, of Stamford, Lines. School, Upping- 
ham. Scholar, 1818-21. Matric. Michs. 1818; B.A. (nth 
Wrangler) 1822; Tancred student. Fellow, 1822. The first 
chemical scholar elected on the Micklebrough foundation. 
Died Nov. 3, 1822. Brother of Charles (1820), etc. (Venn, 11. 
170.) 

ARNOLD, WILLIAM WITHERING. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Trinity, Feb. 12, 1793. S. ofThomas [physician], of Leicester 
(for whom see D.N.B.). School, Ashbourne, Derbs. (Mr 
Langley). Matric. Michs. 1793; M.B. 1800. Practising at 
Leicester in 1805; probably the W. W. Arnold, physician, 
who signed (with others) a petition for the establishment of 
a Humane Society at Leicester, Sept. 4, 1805 (see Nichols, 
IV. Pt I. 529.) Magistrate for Leicester, 1839. Died Jan. 8, 
1852, aged 77, at Leicester. Brother of Thomas G. (1788) 
and Henry H. (1806). (G. Mag., 1852, i. 312.) 

ARNOLD-BEMROSE, HENRY HOWE, see BEMROSE. 

ARNOTT, HENRY, see RAE. 

ARNOTT, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 11, 1839. 
Of Sussex. [Perhaps s. of Samuel, R. of Lynch.] Matric. 
Michs. 1839; Scholar, 1840; B.A. 1843; M.A. 1846. Ord. 
deacon, 1844; priest (London) 1845; C. of Brentwood, 
Essex, 1844-7. C. of Romford, 1847-53. P.C. of St Luke's, 
Soho, London, 1854-8. V. of Chatham, Kent, 1858-65. R. 
of IlketshaU St John's, Suffolk, 1865. R. of Hollington, 
Sussex, 1867-70. V. of Christ Church, Turnham Green, 
Middlesex, 1870-1904. A frequent contributor to Notes and 
Queries. Died Aug. 2, 1904, at Ealing. (Hennessy; N. andQ., 
loth S., II. 146; Emmanuel Coll. Mag.) 

ARROW, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, May 27, 
1752. S. of James, of London. B. Mar. 3, 1733. School, 
Westminster. Matric. Easter, 1753; Scholar, 1753; B.A. 
1756; M.A. 1759. Ord. deacon (London) June 13, 1736; 
Chaplain in the Royal Navy, 1757. V. of Lowestoft and V. of 
Kessingland, Suffolk, 1760-89. Died June 22, 1789, aged 56. 

ARROWSMITH, EDWARD MASSEN. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Oct. 17, 1864. 

ARROWSMITH, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 11, 
1804. Of Yorks. [School, Scorton.] Matric. Michs. 1805; 
Scholar; B.A. 1810. Ord. deacon (York) July 15, 1810; priest 
(Durham) 1813; C. of Walkington, Yorks., 1810. C. of 
Sedgefield, 1813. One of these names, V. of Fishlake, Yorks., 
1822-46, died Mar. 5, 1846, aged 51 (sic). (G. Mag., 1846, i. 
550.) 

ARROWSMITH, WILLIAM ROBSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 27, 1832. Matric. Michs. 1832; B.A. 1836. C. of Byton, 
Heref., 1840-53. P.C. of Lingen, 1840-59. R. of Byton, 
1853-4. Head Master of the Grammar School at Leominster, 
1854-9. P.C of Old St Pancras, London, 1859-87. Author, 
The Editor of Notes and Queries and his friend Mr Singer; 
Shakespeare's Editors and Commentators. Died Mar. 5, 1887, 
aged 73, at 99, Adelaide Road, London, N.W. (Hennessy; 
Boose, IV. Suppl.; Crockford, 1886, where ord. is not given.) 

ARTHUR, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Caius, July i, 1819. 



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arthur, frederick brien (brian) borhoime. adm. 

pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Oct. 20, 1841. 7th s. of Thomas 
[Esq., of Dublin, and Glanomera, Co. Clare]. B. Sept. 12, 
18^2, in Paris. School, Rugby. Matric. Lent, 1842; B.A. 
1846; M.A. 1851. Ord. deacon (Killaloe) 1846; priest (Ripon) 
1855; C. of St Mary's, Leeds. C. of Langsta£fe, Yorks., 
1854; apparently remained unbeneficed. Died unmarried 
Jan. 19, 1870, aged 47. Brother of Lucius (1828). Burke, 
L.G. and I.G.; The Guardian, Jan. 26, 1870.) 

ARTHUR, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, Feb. 28, 
1817. S. of William, Esq., of Barnstaple, Devon. B. there. 
Matric. Michs. 1817; B.A. 1821. Ord. deacon, 1824; priest, 
1825. R. of Atherington (or Adrington), Devon, 1829-79. 
Died 1879. Father of Thomas F. (1847). 

ARTHUR, JOHN RALPH. Adm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 12, 
1877. Matric. Michs. 1877. 

ARTHUR, LUCIUS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 7, 
1828. [3rd s. of Thomas. B. July 31, 1810, at Glanomera, 
Co. Clare.] School, Harrow. Matric. Lent, 1829; B.A. 1836; 
M.A. 1839. Ord. deacon, 1839; priest, 1840. C. of Bishop 
Ryder's Church, Birmingham, 1841. C. of Donaghcloney, 
Dromore, 1846. C. of Oddingley, 1853-4. Of Quarry Hill, 
Leeds, 1854-61. Subsequently hved at Matlock, Derbs. 
Succeeded to the Glanomera Estates in 1883. Married 
Caroline Elizabeth, dau. of John Heycock Jervis, of Moseley, 
Warws., Apr. 21, 1840. A strong churchman, apparently of 
too advanced a type for the North of Ireland; three parish- 
ioners laid a complaint as to his teaching before Bishop 
Mant, who, however, showed it to be groundless. Died Jan. 4, 
1887, at Matlock. Brother of Frederick B. B. (1841). (H. B. 
Swanzy, Succession Lists of Dromore Diocese; Burke, L.G.) 

ARTHUR, PELLEW. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 2, 
1854. S. of Edward, of Douglas, Isle of Man. B. at Liverpool. 
School, Liverpool CoUegiate Institution (Mr Howson). Matric. 
Michs. 1855; Scholar, 1858; B.A. 1859; M.A. 1873. College 
Chaplain, 1874-82. Tutor to the Marquess of Lome (after- 
wards Duke of Argyll) for some years. Ord. deacon, i860; 
priest (Winchester) 1861. R. of Tortworth, Glouc, 1882- 
1900; retired. Lived latterly at 20, Draycott Avenue, 
Kenton, Harrow. Died July 23, 1927, aged 90, at Kenton. 
(The Times, July 25 and 28, 1927.) 

ARTHUR, THOMAS FREKE. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 29, 
1847. S. of James (1817), R. of Atherington, Devon. B. 
Sept. 3, 1827, at Ermington, Devon. School, Merchant 
Taylors'. Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851. Ord. deacon 
(E.xeter) 1851; priest, 1852; C. of Atherington, 1851-6. R. of 
Eastdowne, Barnstaple, 1856-84. Lived latterly at Barn- 
staple. Died Apr. 30, 1897, at Hawley, Barnstaple. Father of 
William W. (1876). {Venn, 11. 281.) 

ARTHUR, WILLIAM [CRESSWELL] ERNEST. Adm. pens, 
(age 17) at Trinity Hall, Apr. 15, 1872. S. of W., Capt., 
R.N. B. in London. Migrated to Caius, Oct. i, 1873, as Wm. 
Cresswell Ernest. Matric. Michs. 1873, as William Ernest. 
No profession. Of Gt Duryard, Exeter, in 1898. Devoted 
to hunting. [The famous Port Arthur in Manchuria was 
named after his father, Capt. Arthur, who, when in the China 
Squadron, was one of the first to explore it.] (Venn, 11. 408; 
MS. Notes.) 

ARTHUR, WILLIAM WILLS. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1876. 
S. of Thomas Freke (1847), R. of Eastdowne, Barnstaple. 
Bapt. there June 18, 1857. School, Marlborough. Matric. 
Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 
1880; priest, 1881. C. of Powick, Worcs., 1880-1. R. of 
Atherington, Devon, 1881-1921 ; retired. Lord of the Manor 
of Atherington. Lived latterly at Coppleham, Winsford, 
Somerset. A fine rider and an excellent judge of horses; 
also a keen cricketer. Died May 11, 1935, aged 77. Buried at 
Atherington. {Venn, n. 423; Caian.) 

ARTHURS (post EUSTACE), WILLIAM FITZ-EUSTACE. Adm. 
sizar at Peterhouse, July 9, 1847. Of Dublin. A 'Ten-year' 
man. Doubtless natural son of Sir John Rowland Eustace; 
assumed the name and arms of Eustace by royal licence, 
Oct. I, 1864. V. of Stradbally and Moyanna, Queen's Co. 
[For his son William Fitz-Eustace, see Eustace, W. F.] 
{T. A. Walker, 493; MS. Notes; Misc. Gen. et Her., 11. 569.) 

ARTHY, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Jesus, Feb. 8, 
1820. S. of Joseph, Esq. B. at Isleham, Cambs. Matric. 
Michs. 1820; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1828. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
June 19, 1825; priest, June 18, 1826. C. of Caister, Norfolk. 
R. of Caister St Edmund with Marketshall, 1842-81. Died 
Apr. 25, 1881, aged 81. Brother of Nathaniel H. (1812). 
(R. F. Scott; Norfolk Benefices.) 

ARTHY, NATHANIEL HOPE HAY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Caius, Apr. 24, 1854. S. of Nathaniel Hopper (next), of 
Largs, Ayr. B. Aug. 23, 1834, at Broad Oak, Brenchley, 
Kent. [School, Marlborough.] Matric. Michs. 1854. Made a 
failure of his life. {Venn, 11. 317.) 



Arundell, Basil 

ARTHY, NATHANIEL HOPPER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at 
Caius, Nov. 19, 1812. S. of Joseph, farmer, of Dalham, 
Suffolk. B. at Isleham, Cambs. School, Linton (Mr Okes). 
Matric. Michs. 1813; Scholar, 1813-20; B.A. 1817; M.A. 
1821. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 27, 1819; priest, June 11, 
1820. For many years Chaplain and private tutor in the 
Hope Family; travelled with them on the Continent. 
Resident at Boulogne till 1888. Brother of John H. (1820) 
and father of the above. {Venn, 11. 160.) 

ARTHY, WALTER BRIDGE. Adm. sizar at St John's, Apr. 23, 
1845. S. of Joseph, writer {sic), of Chelmsford, Essex. B. 
there Mar. 4, 1822. School, Chelmsford Grammar (Mr 
Hutchinson). Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1862. 
Ord. deacon, 1849; priest (Worcester) 1850. C. of St Martin's, 
Liverpool, 1852-4. Chaplain in the Royal Navy, 1854-82. 
Naval Instructor, 1855; retired, 1882. Resided latterly at 
Alverstoke, Hants. Died there Aug. 8, 1902, aged 80. 
{Eagle; Crock ford.) 

ARTHY, WILLIAM ROBERT BRIDGE. Adm. sizar at St 
John's, Oct. 12, 1846. A 'Ten-year' man. S. of WUliam, 
baker, of St Botolph's (sic) [of Colchester, Essex]. B. at All 
Saints', Colchester. Bapt there Dec. 24, 1815. School, St 
Bees. Matric. (Fell.-Com.) Michs. 1854; B.D. {Stat. Eliz.) 
1856. Ord. deacon, 1846; priest (Chester) 1847; C. of St 
James's, Manchester, 1846-8. V. of Sutton St George, 
Macclesfield, 1848-73. R. of Weston, Yorks., 1873-80. 
Chaplain of Henshaw's Blind Asylum, and of the Man- 
chester Deaf and Dumb Institute, Old Trafford, 1880-4. 
Author, Sermons, etc. Died May 20, 1884. {Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

ARUNACHALAM or ARUNASALAM, PONNAMBALAM. Adm. 
pens, at Christ's, Oct. 10, 187 1. 3rd s. of Ponnambalam 
[Mudaliyar of the King's Gate and Sellachchi]. B. Sept. 14, 
1853, in Ceylon. School, Colombo Academy. Matric. Michs. 
1871, as Arunasalani; Scholar, 1872; B..\. 1875; M.A. 1880. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 7, 1872. Called to the Bar, 1875. 
Entered the Ceylon Civil Service, 1875. District Judge, 
1885. Registrar-General for Lands, etc. of the Colony, 
1887. Commissioner of Requests, 1892. A member of the 
Legislative Council of Ceylon, 1906-13; of the Executive 
Council, 1912; retired from the Civil Service, 1913. Knighted, 
19 15. Served on various Ceylon Commissions; member of 
various learned societies in England, France and Germany. 
President of the Ceylon National Congress, 1919-20, and of 
the Workers' Federation, 1920-1. Published Census (some 
vols.). Author, Indian Religions and Philosophies; Ceylon 
History and Antiquities, etc. Died Feb. 1924. (Peile, 11. 
621.) 

ARUNDALE, GEORGE SYDNEY. Matric. Non-CoU. May 6, 
1895. Adm. at St John's, Dec. 11, 1895. S. of John [Kay], 
Independent minister, of Austraha. B. Dec. i, 1878, at 
Wonersh, Surrey. Schools, Wiesbaden, Germany (Herr 
Frangenberg), and Linton House, London (J. Hardie). B.A. 
1898; LL.B. 1899; M.A. 1902. Principal of the Central 
Hindu College, Benares. Examiner at the University of 
Allahabad and to the Government of the United Provinces. 
Fellow of AUahabad University. Principal of the National 
University of Madras, 1917. D.Litt. (Madras). Head of the 
Education Department of Holkar State, 1920. Interned, 
with Dr Annie Besant, under the Defence of India Act, 19 17. 
Regionary Bishop of the Liberal CathoUc Church in India, 
1926. For some time organising secretary for the All India 
Home Rule League. President of the Theosophical Society, 
1934; editor of The Theosophist. Freeman of the City of 
London. A member of the Worshipful Company of Pew- 
terers. Founder of the Advance Australia journal; active in 
promoting Australia's political progress. Of Adyar, Madras, 
and of 10, Gloucester Place, London, W. Author, Nirvana; 
Mount Everest, etc. {Who's Who in India, 1935-6.) 

ARUNDEL, JOHN [BRAZIER]. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July II, 1825. S. of Sir John [Brazier], Knt., of Huntingdon. 
[John Brazier (post Arundel), Mayor of Huntingdon, 
knighted, June 19, 1800, took the surname of Arundel, by 
sign manual, Feb. i, 1801.] School, Charterhouse. Migrated 
to Trinity Hall, July 5, 1826, as John Brazier. Matric. 
Michs. 1826. (Shaw, Knights, 11. 305; List of Carthus.) 

ARUNDEL or ARUNDELL, WILLIAM HARRIS. Adm. pens- 
(age 19) at Caius, Feb. 13, 1817. S. of John, R. of Cheriton 
Fitzpaine, Devon. B. there. Schools, Crediton (Mr Light- 
foot) and Ottery (Dr Warren). Matric. Michs. 1817; B.A. 
1821; M.A. 1824. Ord. deacon (E.xeter) Sept. i, 1822; priest, 
1823. R. of Cheriton Fitzpaine, 1824-73. Died there May 5, 
1873. {Venn, 11. i68.) 

ARUNDELL, BASIL. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1885. S. of 
Thomas (1851), B.D., V. of Whetstone. B. Mar. i, 1866, at 
Hayton, near York. School, Highgate (Dr McDowall.) 
Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 1892; priest 
(St Albans) 1893; C. of Berkhamsted, 1892-5. C. of Shap- 
wick, Somerset, 1895-7. Held other curacies, 1897-1905. 
Not in Crockford, 1907. 



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ARUNDELL, The Hon. HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. i8, 1829; Fell.-Com. Oct. 20, 1829. [3rd s. of James 
Everard, 9th Baron Arundell of Wardour (by his 2nd wife 
Mary, dau. of Robert Burnett Jones).] B. July 24, 1811, in 
London. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1829. 
Married Elizabeth Emmeline, dau. of Joseph Esdaile, Esq., 
Oct. 30, 1832. Died s.p. 1857. (Burke, P. and B.) 
ARUNDELL or TAGG, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Jan. 22, 1851, as Tagg, Thomas. Matric. 1851; a 'Ten-year' 
man, Feb. 5, 1852. S. of Thomas [Tagg], undertaker, of Sun 
Street, London. B. at St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London. 
Bapt. Aug. 31, 1817. School, Merchant Taylors'. B.D. (Stat. 
Eliz.) 1868, asAnmdell, Thos. Changed his name to Anmdell. 
Ord. deacon, 1852; priest (Winchester) 1853; C. of Christ 
Church, Blackfriars, 1853-4. C. of All Saints', Gordon 
Square, London, and Reader of Christ Church, Newgate 
Street, 1854-6. P.C. of St Peter's, Hammersmith, 1856-60. 
V. of Hayton with Bielby, Yorks., 1860-76. V. of St John's, 
Whetstone, Finchley, 1876-80. F.G.S. Antiquary. Author, 
Historical Reminiscences of the City of London; Sermons; Life 
and Death of the Rev. Montague Batty. Died Nov. 5, 1880, 
aged 63, at Whetstone. Father of Basil (1885). (Boase; 
Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.) 
ARUNDELL, WALPOLE HARRIS, see HARRIS-ARUNDELL. 
ASCHERSON, WILLIAM LAWRENCE. Adm. (age 19) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1889. S. and h. of Edward, merchant, of 
London. B. at Richmond, Surrey. [School, Clifton College.] 
Matric. Michs. 1889. Became Non-CoU. student; B.C. 1900; 
M.B. 1901; M.D. 1907. At St George's Hospital, London. 
M.R.C.P., 1902. House Physician at St George's Hospital, 
London, and at Brompton Hospital. Went to Japan, where 
he practised at Kobe. Died there Jan. 12, 1923, aged 51. 
(Clifton Coll. Reg.; Medical Directory, 1922; The Times, 
Jan. 16, 1923.) 
ASCROFT, JAMES HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, 
1879. S. of WiUiam, Esq., of Oldham, Lanes. B. 1861. 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 1883. 
Solicitor of Oldham, Lanes. Died June, 1900. (Shrewsbury 
Sch. Reg.) 
ASGHAR ALI, SHEIKH. [SHAIKH, KANUNGO, in India 
Office List.] Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 7, 1892. S. of 
Sheikh Khuda Bakhsh. B. Apr. 4, 1872, in the Punjab. 
School, Punjab University. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 
(Oriental Lang. Trip., ist Class) 1896. Entered the Indian 
Civil Service, 1895. Barrister (Middle Temple) 1896. Assist- 
ant Commissioner in the Punjab; District Judge, 1906; 
Commissioner, 19 10. Rendered valuable service to the 
Government during the Great War. C.B.E., 1918. Secretary 
to the Government (Punjab) 1919; Home Dept. (Punjab) 
1921. Commissioner, 1922-31; retired, 1931. (Peile, 11. 780; 
India Office List, 1937-) 
ASGHUR, AMINUDDIN AHMUD SYED. Adm. at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 6, 1892. S. of Mohanmied Yusub, of 8, European Asylum 
Lane, Calcutta. Matric. Michs. 1892. Adm. Advocate, High 
Court of Calcutta, 1900. Died 1916. (R. P. Paranjpye). 
ASH, EDWARD JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Christ's, Jan. 
16, 1815. S. of Edward, M.D. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 
1815. Tancred Student, 1814; Scholar, 1816; B.A. (15^ 
Wrangler) 1819; M.A. 1822. Fellow, 1819. Proctor, 1829. 
Ord. deacon (Bristol) Dec. 28, 1821; priest, Apr. 28, 1822. 
R. of Brisley, Norfolk, 1838-51. V. of Gateley, 1838-51. 
Married Jane Charlotte, dau. of Philip Ray, Major-Gen., of 
Bury St Edmunds, Jan. 6, 1842. Died Mar. 4, 1851, aged 52. 
Buried at Brisley. Father of Edward P. (next) and Philip J. 
(1866). (Peile, II. 378.) 
ASH, EDWARD PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, Sept. 
30, i86i. S. of Edward John (above), late R. of Brisley, 
Norfolk. B. there Dec. 25, 1842. School, Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1861; B.A. 1866; M.A. 1869. Cricket 'blue,' 1865. 
Assistant Master at Haileybury College, 1865-1902. Married 
and had issue. Died May 25, 1909, aged 66, at Petersfield, 
Hants. Brotherof Philip J. (1866). (Venn, n. 355; Misc. Gen. 
. et Her., 4th S., i. 30; Haileybury Sch. Reg.) 
ASH, GEORGE NORTH. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1875; from 
Trinity College, Dublin. S. of Robert, shipowner, of Ferriby, 
Yorks. B. 1849, at Hull. Adm. at Caius, Easter, 1877; B.A. 
1879; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon (Ripon) 1873; priest, 1874; C. 
of Salterhebble, Yorks., 1873. C. of Long Stanton, Cambs., 
1875. C. of Sutton, Surrey, 1878-84. Went to Australia. 
C. of All Saints', WooUahra, New South Wales, 1884-6. 
General licence to preach in Sydney diocese, 1886-7. V. of 
St Clement's, Mossmans Bay, 1887-9. V. of St Augustine's, 
Neutral Bay, N.S.W., 1887-1921. Died May, 1926. Brother 
of William W. (1875). (Venn, 11. 425; Caian.) 
ASH, JERVIS or JARVIS HOLLAND. Adm. FeU.-Com. at 
Peterhouse, May 18, 1843. Of Bristol. 3rd s. of Richard, 
Esq., of Cotham House, Bristol [and Rebecca, dau. of Peter 
Holland, blue and orchil maker, of Bristol]. School, Mill Hill. 
Matric. Michs. 1843; LL.B. 1849. LL.D. 1854, as Jarvis, H. 
Ord. deacon (Gloucester and Bristol) 1846; priest (Exeter) 
1848. C. of St Mary Church, Devon, 1847-50. Afterwards of 



ASHBURNER, ThOMAS 

Hungershall Park, Tunbridge Wells, Kent (unbeneficed). 
Married Emma Susanna, dau. of Charles Croshaw,of Ponders' 
End, Jan. 28, 1847, at Enfield Highway, Middlesex. Died 
Feb. 7, 1895, aged 82, at Hungershall Park. (T. A. Walker, 
479; C. R. Hudleston; Cambridge Chronicle, Feb. 15, 1895.) 
ASH, JOHN GEORGE. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 7, 1814. 
B. at Linton, Kent. Matric. Michs. 1814. Migrated to 
Queens', Apr. 24, 1816; B.A. 1818; M.A. 1821. P.C. of 
Lodeworth, Sussex, 1843-6. Rural Dean. Died (?) 1846. 
Father of Richard R. D. (1848) and Selby A. H. (1855). 
ASH, PHILIP JAMES. Adm. pens, at Caius, Apr. 19, 1866. S. 
of Edward John (1815), R. of Brisley, Norfolk. Bapt. there 
Sept. 19 (? 29), 1847. School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1866; 
B.A. 1870. Master in private schools (Bengeo, Herts., and at 
Chester); afterwards schoolmaster at Tenby, Pembs., and 
later farming at Ruthin, N. Wales. Married and had issue. 
Died Oct. 26, 1914, at Petersfield, Hants. Brother of 
Edward P. (1861). (Venn, 11. 374.) 
ASH, RICHARD ROBERT DRUMMOND. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Jesus, Mar. 4, 1848. Of Sussex. 2nd s. of John George 
(1814), clerk, deceased. B. 1831. School, Tonbridge. Matric. 
Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon, 1852; 
priest (Peterb.) 1853; C. of Benefield, 1852-3. C. of St 
Andrew's and All Saints', Barnwell, Northants., 1853-60, 
and of Oundle. V. of Cocking, Sussex, 1860-88. V. of Saxby 
AH Saints', Lines., 1888-96. Died Jime 14, 1896, at Emery 
Down, near Lyndhurst. Brother of Selby A. H. (1855). 
(Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; The Times, June 16, 1896.) 
ASH, SELBY ATTREE HORNE. Adm. at Jesus, Feb. 22, 1855. 
3rd s. of John George (1814), clerk, deceased. B. at Ditchling, 
Sussex. School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859. 
C. of Hadleigh, Suffolk, in 1861-3. Died 1870. Brother of 
Richard R. D. (1848). (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 
ASH, THOMAS EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 
1859. S. of John Hatton, wine merchant. B. at Old Swin- 
ford, Worcs. Bapt. Oct. 17, 1839. Matric. Michs. 1859; 
B.A. 1863. Ord deacon, 1864. C. of St Michael's, Liverpool, 
e. 1867-70-. C. of St Andrew's, Hoxton, Middlesex, in 1874. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1876. 
ASH, WILLIAM WILBE. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1875- Of 
Yorks. S. of Robert, of Ferriby, E. Yorks. B. 1852, at Hull. 
Schools, Hull and East Riding College. Adm. at Corpus 
Christi, Apr. 13, 1877; B.A. 1879. Ord. deacon, 1878; priest 
(Ely) 1880; C. of Gazeley, Cambs., 1878-80. Chaplain at 
Moffat, N.B., 1880-2. R. of Christ Church, Lanark, 1882- 
1914. Lie. pr., dio. Canterbury, 1918-30. Of The Hut, 
Charing, Kent. Brother of George N. (1875). (Crockford, 
1938.) 
ASHBEE, CHARLES ROBERT. Adm. pens, at King's, Apr. ri, 
1883. S. of Henry Spencer. B. May 17, 1863. School, Welling- 
ton College. Matric. Easter, 1883; B.A. 1886; M..\. 1892. 
Apprenticed in architecture to G. F. Bodley, R.A. Lived at 
TojTibee HaU ; founder and director of the Guild and School 
of Handicraft, Essex House, Mile End Road, London; 
subsequently removed to Chipping Campden, Gloucs., 1916. 
Master of the Art Workers' Guild, 1929. Architect, designer 
and town planner. F.R.I. B.A. Civic Adviser to the Palestine 
Government, 1918-22. Founder of the London Survey 
Committee and editor of its earlier publications. Founder of 
the Essex House Press; conducted it for two years; designed 
the Prayer Book for King Edward VII. Did much church 
restoration and repair work. Of Godden Green, Sevenoaks, 
Kent. Author, architectural, etc. [See Who's Who for list of 
publications.] (King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Wellington Coll. Reg.; 
Who's Who, 1938.) 
ASHBRIDGE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 13, 1806. 
[S. of Joseph, V. of Hault Hucknall, Derbs. B. 1788, at 
Heath. School, Repton.] Matric. Michs. 1806; Scholar, 
1809; Prizeman; B.A. (6th Wrangle) 1810; M..\. 1813. 
Fellow, 1812. A scholar of ability; devoted himself to philo- 
logical research connected especially with the older Latin 
classics; accumulated material for a philological work on the 
Early History of the Latin language; studied the Teutonic 
dialects of modern Europe. Corresponded with eminent 
mathematicians and gathered material for an introduction to 
the more difficult parts of the higher calculus. Contributed 
articles to philosophical journals. Began a tour on the 
continent for his health. Died Jan. 17, 1820, of a fever, at 
Naples. (G. Mag., 1820, 11. 635.) 
ASHBURNER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 19, 
1883. S. of Thomas, tanner. B. at Ulverston, Lanes. Bapt. 
Feb 28, 1865. School, Heversham Grammar (W. Hart, 
LL.D.). Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1893. Ord. 
deacon (Nottingham) 1888; priest (Southwell) 1889; C. of 
Whittington, Derbs., 1888-91. C. of N. Meols, 1891-3. R. 
of St Andrew's, Gympie, Queensland, 1893-6. R. of Christ 
Church, Childers, Brisbane, 1896-1903. R. of St Thomas's, 
Beaudesert, 1903-7. R. of St Agnes, Esk, 1907-13. R. of 
Drayton, 1913-18. R. of Indooroopilly, 1918-30; retired. 
Of Tambourine, Queensland. Brother of William (1885). 
(Crockford, 1938.) 



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ASHBURNER, ThOMAS 

ASHBURNER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 30, 
1893. S. of Thomas, shipowner. B. Feb. 13, 1875. in Barrow- 
in-Furness. Schools, King William's CoUege, Isle of Man, and 
Barrow High. B.A. 1897. Solicitor, 1902; practised at 
Barrow-in-Furness; Town Councillor there. Died Aug. 7, 
1913. {PeiU, II. 786; King William's Coll. Reg.) 

ASHBURNER, WILLIAM. Adm. at Trinity, Dec. 13, 1796; a 
'Ten-year' man. One of these names, s. of George, of Scales, 
near Dalton, Lanes., bapt. Jan. 5, 1763, at Aldingham. V. of 
Urswick, 1788-1800; resigned. (Collected Pedigrees; Victoria 
Co. Hist., Lanes., viii. 336.) 

ASHBURNER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 20, 
1885. S. of Thomas, tanner. B. Mar. 17, 1866, at Ulverston, 
Lanes. School, Heversham (Dr W. Hart). Matric. Michs. 
1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest 
(Bath and WeUs) 1892; C. of Bath, 1890-3. Held other 
curacies, 1893-1902. Chaplain to the Forces in S. Africa, 
1902-3. V. of Bowden Hill, 1903-10. R. of Dodington, 
1910-15. Served in the Great War (Capt., Gloucestershire 
Regt.; Major, Labour Corps). R. of Ridlington, 1920-36-. 
Brother of Thomas (1883). [Crockford, 1938.) 

ASHBURNHAM, BERTRAM. Educated at St John's College, 
Cambridge (according to G.E.C., but not found in our 
records). 4th s. of George (1778), Earl of Ashbumham. B. 
Nov. 23, 1797. School, Westminster. Succeeded his father 
as 4th Earl, Oct. 27, 1830. A famous collector of rare books 
and manuscripts. Died June 22, 1878, at Ashbumham. 
Brother of Charles (1820) and George (1803); father of 
Richard (1866) and William (1864). {G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 

ASHBURNHAM, The Hon. CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Apr. 21, 1820. [Fell.-Com. Apr. 13, 1821.] 5th s. 
of George (1778), Earl of Ashbumham. B. Mar. 23, 1803, in 
London. School, Westminster. Matric. Lent, 1822; M.A. 
1824. Entered the diplomatic service. Secretary to the 
British Legation in Mexico; at Constantinople, 1848. Married 
Sarah Joanna, dau. of William Murray, of Jamaica, Feb. 8, 
1832. Died Dec. 22, 1848. Brother of George (1803), etc. 
Record of Old Westminsters; Foster, Peerage, 1883.) 

ASHBURNHAM, DENNY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Oct. 17, 
1799. [3rd s. of Sir William (1758). Bart.] B. May 29, 1773, 
at Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1799; B.A. 1804; M.A. 1828. 
Ord. priest (Ely, Litt. dim. from Chichester) Mar. 20, 1820; 
V. of Ditchling, Sussex, 1820-43. R- of Catsfield, 1823-43. 
Married three times. Died Mar. 2, 1843, in Warren Street, 
Regent's Park, London. Brother of John (1801). (G. Mag.; 
Burke, P. and B.) 

ASHBURNHAM, The Hon. GEORGE [Viscount St ASAPH]. Adm. 
nobleman (age 17) at Trinity, Mar. 13, 1778. 2nd s. of John, 
Earl of Ashbumham. B. Dec. 25, 1760. School, Westminster. 
Matric. 1778; M.A. 1780. Summoned by writ, Mar. 23, 1803, 
v.p., in his father's Barony, as Lord Ashbumha m . Lord of 
the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales, 1784-95. A Trustee 
of the British Museum, 1810-30. Succeeded his father as 
3rd Earl, etc., Apr. 8, 1812. F.S.A., 1827. K.G., 1829. 
Married (i) Sophia, dau. of Thomas (Thynne), Marquess of 
Bath, Aug. 28, 1784; (2) Charlotte, dau. of .-Ugemon (Percy), 
Earl of Beverley, July 25, 1795- Edited a well-known book, 
A Narrative by John Ashbumham of his attendance on King 
Charles the First, etc. Died Oct. 27, 1830, at Ashbumham. 
Father of George (next) and Charles (1820). [G.E.C, ed. 
Gibbs.) 

ASHBURNHAM, The Hon. GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) 
at Trinity, Oct. 29, 1803; re-adm. nobleman, Oct. 31, 1804. 
S. and h. of George (above). Baron Ashbumham. B. Oct. 9, 
1785. School, Hitcham, Berks. (D. Gretton). Matric. Michs. 
1803; M.A. 1805. Styled Viscount St Asaph, 1812. M.P. for 
New Romney, 1807-12; for Weobley, 1812-13. Died v.p. 
unmarried June 7, 1813, aged 27. Buried at Ashbumham. 
Brother of Charles (1820), etc. {G.E.C, ed. Gibbs.) 

ASHBURNHAM, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, July 6 
1801. [2nd s. of Sir William (1758), Bart.] B. Dec. 26, 1770, 
in Scotland Yard, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 1810; B.D. 
1815. Succeeded his brother, Sir William, as 7th Bart., 
Mar. 23, 1843. R. of Guestling, Sussex, 1795-1854. V. of 
Cocking, 1796-8. Preb. and Chancellor of Chichester, 1796- 
1854. V. (and patron) of Pevensey, 1816-54. Married 
(i) Fanny, dau. of WiUiam Foster, of HoUington, Sussex, 
July 4, 1804; (2) Anne, dau. of Thomas Harman. Died 
Sept. I, 1854, at Guestling. Brother of Denny (i799)- 
{G.E.C, III. 196; Cant. Act. Bk.; Boose.) 

ASHBURNHAM, The Hon. RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 15, 1866 [afterwards Fell.-Com.]. 4th s. of Bertram, 
Earl of Ashbumham. B. July 27, 1848, at Ashbumham, 
Sussex. Matric. Michs. 1867; B.A. 1S72; M.A. 1875. Ord. 
deacon, 1875; priest (St David's) 1877; C. of Narbeth with 
Robeston Wathen, 1875-8. R. of Combs, Suffolk, 1878-82. 
Died there Dec. 8, 1882, aged 34. Brother of Thomas (next) 
and William (1864). (Burke, P. and B.) 



AsHCOMBE, Charles Hallett 

ASHBURNHAM, The Hon. THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 18, 1873. 5tb s. of Bertram, Earl of Ashbumham, of 
Ashbumham Place, Battle, Sussex. B. there Apr. 8, 1855. 
Matric. Michs. 1873. In the Army (7th Hussars, Capt.; 
served in the Egyptian campaign, 1882). A.D.C. to the 
lords-lieutenant of Ireland, 1885-6. Succeeded his brother 
Bertram, as 6th Earl, etc., Jan. 15, 1913. Died s.p. May 12, 
1924, when the title became extinct. Brother of Richard 
(above) and William (1864). (Burke, P. and B.) 

ASHBURNHAM, WILLIAM. Adm. FeU.-Com. at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 14, 1758. Of Sussex. [S. and h. of Sir William 
(1728), Bart., Bishop of Chichester. B. Mar. 5, 1739.] Matric. 
Michs. 1758. Of Broomham [Bromham], Sussex. M.P. for 
Hastings, 1761-74. Succeeded his father as 5th Bart., 
Sept. 4, 1797. Sherig of Sussex, 1802-3. Married Alicia, dau. 
of Francis Woodgate, R. of Mount&eld, Sussex, Apr. 1766, 
at St Clement Danes, London. Died Aug. 21, 1823, at 
Broomham. Father of John (1801) and Denny (i799)- 
{G.E.C, in. I95-) 

ASHBURNHAM, The Hon. WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 8, 1864 [afterwards FeU.-Com.]. 3rd s. of Bertram, Earl 
of Ashbumham, of Ashbumham Place, Battle, Sussex. B. 
there Mar. 29, 1847. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 
1866; B.A. 1869. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 11, 1869. 
Called to the Bar, 1874. Practised for some years, probably 
on the Chancery side. Died May 27, 1897. Brother of 
Richard (1866), etc. (Burke, P. and B.; R. L. Lloyd.) 

ASHBY, GEORGE. .\dm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, May 9, 
1758. S. of Shuckburgh, of Blaby, Leics. B. there. School, 
Bosworth. Matric. Easter, 1759. Buried at Gt St Andrew's, 
Cambridge, Aug. 27, 1760, aged 22. M.I. 

ASHBY, GEORGE [ASHBY] HERMANN. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 19, 1886. S. of Nicholas Hermann, of Quenby 
Hall, Leics. B. Dec. 18, 1866, at Bickley, Kent. Matric. 
Michs. 1886, as Geo. Ashby H. 

ASHBY, HUGH TUKE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 14, 1899. 
S. of Henry, M.D., of Manchester [and Helen Tuke]. B. 
there Sept. 16, 1880. School, Clifton College; studied at 
Marburg University, Germany. Migrated to Emmanuel, 
Oct. 4, 1900; matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903. M.B. and B.C. 
1908; M.D. 1913. L.R.C.P., M.R.C.S., 1907. M.R.C.P., 
1908. F.R.C.P. (London) 1924. At Manchester University, 
1910. House Surgeon at Manchester Royal Infirmary. 
Senior Resident Medical Officer at Manchester Children's 
Hospital. Physician to the Royal Manchester Children's 
Hospital and to the Salford Royal Hospital. Consulting 
Physician to the Princess Christian CoUege and to the Waifs 
and Strays Society. Of 13, St John Street, Manchester, and of 
3, Lancaster Road, Didsbury. Author, medical. {Clifton 
Coll. Reg.; Medical Directory, 1938.) 

ASHBY, LEONARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 20, 1895. 
S. of Robert. B. July 12, 1874, at Staines, Middlesex. 
School, Oliver's Mount, Scarborough. Matric. Michs. 1895; 
B.-A.. 1898; M.A. 1904. Ord. deacon, 1907; priest (Ely) 1908; 
C. of St Mary's, Leyton, Middlesex, 1907-8. C. of St Mary's, 
Luton, Beds., 1908-9. Missionary (C.M.S.) at Azimgarh, 
United Provinces, India, 1909-11. Orgam'sing Secretary of 
the C.E. Zenana Missionary Society, 1913-27. V. of Holme 
Eden, Carlisle, 1927-37. Of 15, Burlington Place, Carlisle, 
1938. {Peile, II. 800; Crockford, 1938.) 

ASHBY, LEONARD BEAUCLERK or BEAUCLERE. Adm. sizar 
at Trinity, Oct. 1, 1894. S. of Joseph, of The Lodge, Ascot. 
Berks. B. there Oct. 22, 1875- School, Clifton College. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; Exhibitioner, 1895; B.A. (Mod. and 
Med. Lang. Trip., ist Class) 1897; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon, 
1900; priest (Durham) 1901. C. of West Hartlepool, 1900-3; 
C. of Darlington, 1903-6. V. of Barnard Castle, Durham, 
190&-13. V. of St Paul's, Southsea, 1914-15. V. of Hitchin, 
Herts., 1915-28. Rural Dean, 1918-28. R. of Dickleburgh, 
Norfolk, 1928-30. Of Old Tile Cottage, Tilford, Famham, 
Surrey, 1938. Author, Simple Religion for the Plain Man; 
Little Sermons on Life, etc. {Crockford, 1938.) 

ASHBY, MARCUS WARNER. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1900. 
S. of John, Esq., of The Close, Staines, Middlesex. School, 
St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. 
Barrister (Inner Temple) 1907. (Law List, 1937-) 

ASHBY, NICHOLAS, see BERNARD, NICHOLAS. 

ASHBY, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Queens', Feb. 22, 1831. Of 
Beds. [S. of Samuel, wooUen-dealer, deceased, late of 
Ampthill, Beds. B. there.] Matric. Michs. 1831; Scholar, 
1832. Migrated to Pembroke, Feb. 10, 1832; B.A. {7th 
Wrangler) 1835; M.A. 1838. Fellow of Pembroke. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) May 27, 1838; priest, June 9, 1839. V. of Sax- 
thorpe, Norfolk, 1840-79. V. of Corpusty, 1844-79. Not in 
Crockford, 1880. 

ASHCOMBE, Baron, see CUBITT, GEORGE. 

ASHCOMBE, CHARLES HALLETT. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 
1870. 



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AsHCROFT, Thomas 

ASHCROFT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age i6) at St John's, 
Oct. 27, 1752. S. of John (1707), clerk, of Lines. B. at 
Fishtoft. School, Oakham (Mr Adcock). Matric. Michs. 
1752; B.A. 1757; M.-i^. 1760. Fellow, 1757-68. Ord. priest 
(Rochester) June i, 1760; R. of Cowling, Kent, 1760-8. 
Died Mar. 1, 1768, in his rooms in College. Buried at All 
Saints', Cambridge. (Scott-Mayor, m.) 

ASHCROFT, WILLIAM. Adm. at Caius, Oct. r, 1900. S. of 
Charles Wesley, flour-miller, of 16, Waterford Road, Oxton, 
Birkenhead. B. July 27, 1881, at 15, Derby Lane, Stoney- 
croft, Liverpool. Schools, Liverpool College and Birkenhead. 
Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1908. Solicitor; in 
practice at Liverpool. Served in the Great War (enlisted in 
the Liverpool Regt., 1915; obtained a commission in the 
Regt. and went to France, 1915; Lieut, and Adjutant; 
severely wounded, 1917). Killed in action. Mar. 22, 1918, 
aged 36. (Venn, iii. 401; The Times, Apr. 9, 1918.) 

ASHDOWN, GEORGE MIDDLETON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 31, 1873. S. of Samuel Harding, of Uppington, Salop. 
B. there Nov. 14, 1853. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 
1874; B.A. 1878; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon, 1878; priest 
(Lichfield) 1879; C. of Madeley, Staffs., 1878-82. C. of West 
Bromwich, 1882-5. Chaplain at Wynnstay, 1885-90. R. of 
Wrington with Christ Church, Redhill, 1890-1924. Of 
Littler, Wrington, Bristol, 1938. {Crockford, 1938.) 

ASHE, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Mar. 6, 1775- 
B. at TidesweU, Derbs. Matric. Lent, 1776; B.A. 1779. V. of 
Steeple Claydon, Bucks., 1780-1821. (Lipscomb, iii. 83.) 

ASHE, GEORGE HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at St John's. Oct. 14, 
1899. S. of Henry (next), clerk, deceased. B. Dec. 14, 1879, 
at Barrowbank, Staveley-in-Cartmel, Lanes. School, St 
Bees Grammar (Rev. W. T. Newbold). Matric. Michs. 1899; 
B.A. 1902; M.A. 1909. Assistant Master at Stevenage 
School, Herts.; at Saffron Walden Grammar School, Essex, 
1904-9; at Hartlebury Grammar School, Worcs., 1910-13; 
Head Master, 1913-32-. (Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3; 
Reg. of the Senate, 1937.) 

ASHE, HENRY. Adm. sizar at St John's, Oct. 12, 1864. S. of 
George Alexander Hamilton, clerk. B. Mar. 31, 1S45, at 
Witton, Lanes. [Bapt. May 15, 1845.] Matric. Michs. 1864; 
(Moral Sci. Trip., ist Class, 1867); B.A. 1868. Ord. deacon, 
1869; priest (Hereford) 1870; C. of Broseley, 1869-71. C. of 
Baschurch, 1871-2. C. of Ulverston, 1872-6. C. of Staveley- 
in-Cartmel, 1879-82; V., 1882-93. Not in Crockford, 1894. 
Brother of Robert P. (1876) and father of George H. (above). 

ASHE, ROBERT PICKERING. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 12, 1876. S. of George Alexander Hamilton, clerk. B. 
Nov. 29, 1857, at Witton, Lanes. School, Rossall. Matric. 
Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1887. Ord. deacon, 1880; priest 
(Liverpool) 1881; C. of St Michael's, Liverpool, 1880-2. 
C.M.S. Missionary in Uganda, 1882-8 and 1891-3. C. of 
Wareham, 1889-91. C. of Portishead, 1897-8. Chaplain at 
Boudjah, Turkey-in-Asia, 1898-1922 and 1924-5. Chaplain 
at Cartagena, 1922-4; retired. Of 65, Birdhurstrise, South 
Croydon, Surrey. Author, Two Kings of Uganda; Chronicles 
of Uganda. Brother of Henry (1864). (Rossall Sch. Reg.; 
Crockford, 1938.) 

ASHE, St GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 5, 1900. S. 
of William Henry, of 111, Sandgate Road, Folkestone, Kent. 
B. May 23, 1871, in Malta. Matric. Michs. 1900. 

ASHE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 5, 1S55. S. of 
John, cotton-spinner [who afterwards took Holy Orders]. 
B. 1836, at Stockport, Cheshire. Bapt. Aug. 21, 1S36. 
[School, Stockport Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 
1859. Founded, together with W. E. MuUins and J. M. 
Wilson, the College Magazine, The Eagle, the first number 
of which appeared in the Lent term, 1858. Ord. deacon, 
1859; priest (Peterb.) i860; C. of Whittlebury with Silver- 
stone, Northants., 1860-5. Assistant Master at Leamington 
College, Warws., 1865-7; at Queen Elizabeth's School, 
Ipswich, 1867-76. Went to Paris; hved there for 2 years; 
finally settled in London, at 10, Worcester Street, St George's 
Square, 1881. Edited Coleridge's works. Dropped the title 
' Reverend ' and ceased to wear clerical dress. Author, Poems. 
Died Dec. 18, 1889, in London. Buried at Sutton, Maccles- 
field. (D.N.B., Suppl. i; Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

ASHE, TREVOR LLOYD. Adm. FeU.-Com. at St John's, 
Jan. 18, 1777; from Trinity College, Dubhn. S. and h. of 
Lovet, of Ashgrove, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. Matric. Easter, 
1780; B.A. 1781; M.A. 1784. [.\dm. at Trinity College, 
Dublin, Nov. 4, 1774, age 15 ; s. of Lovett, bom in Tipperary.] 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 28, 1790. Afterwards appears to 
have taken Holy Orders. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; Al. 
Dubl.) 

ASHE-A-COURT, The Hon. WILLIAM HENRY, sec A'COURT, 
W. H. A. 

VACiil 



Ashley, Anselm 

ASHER, ALBERT HENRY ROBINSON. .A.dm. pens, at Queens', 
Michs. 1897. S. of Henry. B. July 13, 1867, at Hull, Yorks. 
Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1905; M.A. 1912. Ord. deacon, 
1905; priest (York) 1906; C. of St John's, Hull, 1905-9. 
Held other curacies, 1909-22. R. of Witton Gilbert, Durham, 
1922-36-. Surrogate, 1923. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ASHER, ALEXANDER FORSYTHE. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 
10, 1884. B. Apr. i6, 1868. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887 
M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon, 1891; priest (Canterbury) 1892 
C. of Croydon, Surrey, 1891-3. C. of Stepney, 1893-1922 
v., 1922-36-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ASHER, JOSEPH MAYOR (Rev.). Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Oct. 11, 1898. S. of Aron, of Smedley Cottage, Cheetham, 
Lanes. B. Sept. 21, 1871, in Manchester. School, Owens 
College, Manchester. Matric. Michs. 1898. 

ASHFIELD, CHARLES EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 12, 1885. S. of Edmund Wodley (next), clerk, of Fen 
Ditton rectory, Cambs. B. Jan. 9, 1867, at Berrow, Worcs. 
School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1888; M.A. 
1894. Sometime Head Master of Hazelhurst School, Frant, 
Sussex; there in 1910. Of Sicklesmere Road, Bury St 
Edmunds, 1938. (Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

ASHFIELD, EDMUND WODLEY. .\dm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Nov. 18, 1S54. S. of Edmund Wodley, of Aspley 
Guise, Beds. B. at Islington, London. School, King Edward 
VI, Birmingham (Mr Gifford). Matric. Michs. 1855; Scholar, 
1858; B.A. 1859; M..\. 1862. Ord. deacon, i860; priest 
(Bath and Wells) i86i; C. of Christ Church, Frome, 1861-4. 
Held other curacies, 1864-70. V. of Felinersham, Beds., 
1870-83. Rural Dean, 1879-83. R. of Fen Ditton, Cambs., 
1883-1908. Rural Dean of Quy, 1904-8. Resided latterly at 
Westmere, Tottington, Thetford. Died there June 17, 1912, 
aged 76. Father of Charles E. (above). (Crockford; Scott, 
MSS.) 

ASHFORD, CYRIL ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 14, 
i886. S. of William WooUey, of Coftan Hackett, Bromsgrove, 
Worcs. B. June 27, 1867, at Birmingham. School, King 
Edward VI, Birmingham (Mr Vardy). Matric. Michs. 1886; 
Scholar, 1889; B.A. (nth Wrangler) 1889; (Nat. Sci. Trip., 
ist Class, 1890); M.A. 1893. Assistant Demonstrator in 
Experimental Physics, 1892. Assistant Master at Clifton 
College, 1892-4; at Harrow School, 1894-1903. Head Master 
of the Royal Naval College, Osborne, 1903-5; of the Royal 
Naval CoUege, Dartmouth, 1905-27. M.V.O., 1911. C.B., 
1919. K.B.E., 1927. Hon. LL.D. (Edin.) 1919. Temp. 
Adviser on Education to the Admiralty, 1918. Of The Old 
Bam, Kidmore End, near Reading, Berks. Author, Electricity 
and Magnetism. (Burke, Knightage, 1936; Who's Who, 1938.) 

ASHFORD, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Sr John's, Jan. 21, 1825. 
Of Yorks. In priest's orders. Perhaps the V. of Kirkby 
Wharfe, Yorks., 1S32-56, who died there Nov. 2, 1856, 
aged 68. (G. Mag., 1856, 11. 780.) 

ASHFORD, WILLIAM KER. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Trinity, 
June 4, 1824. S. of William. B. in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1824; B.A. 1828. Married Maria, dau. of 
Lieut. -Col. H. W. Espinasse, 4th King's Own Regt., Sept. 20, 
1832. Died Dee. 28, 1863, at Petersham, Surrey. M.I. 
(R. S. Cobbett, Twickenham, 60, 91; P. E. Towell.) 

ASHHURST, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Jan. 5, 1871. [S. and h. of John Henry, of Waterstock, 
Wheatley, O.xon. B. Dec. 29, 1851. School, Eton.] Matric. 
Lent, 1871. Of Waterstock, Oxon. J. P., D.L. High Sheriff, 
1891. Chairman of the Oxford County Council, 1911-29, and 
of the Thame Rural District Council for over 40 years. High 
Steward of the City of Oxford, 1927-9. Master of the South 
Oxfordshire Hounds, 1895-1900. C.B.E. Married and had 
issue. Died Dec. 15, 1929, aged 77, at Waterstock. (Burke, 
L.G.; The Times, Dec. 16, 1929.) 

ASHINGTON, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Trinity, Sept. 28, 
1819. S. of Henry. B. at Stepney, London. School, Hackney 
(Dr Heathcote). Matric. Michs. 1821; Scholar, 1825; B.A. 
(Class. Trip., ist Class) 1826; M.A. 1829. Ord. deacon 
(London) Dec. 18, 1831 ; priest, Dec. 23, 1832. R.of Quarring- 
ton, Lines., 1844. R. of Kirby-le-Thorp with Asgarby, 
1845-54. R. of Brauneewell and V. of Anwick, 1854-74- 
Author, Sermons. Died Jan. 20, 1875, at Boulogne. (London 
Ord. Bk.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ASHLEY, ANSELM. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1891; from 
Cavendish H. .^dra. at Downing, Jan. 20, 1892. B.A. 1894; 
M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon, 1898; priest (Winchester) 1899; C. 
of Monk-Sherborne, Hants., 1898-1900. C. of Eltham, 
1900-4. C. of St Mildred's, Lee, Kent, 1904-5. Precentor 
and Chaplain of Edinburgh Cathedral, 1905-19. R. of 
Christchurch Duns, Berwicks., 1919-27. R. of St Mark's 
with St Anne's, PortobeUo ,1927-36. Of 8, St John's Road, 
Corstorphine, Edinburgh, 1938. (Crockford, 1938.) 



Ashley, The Hon. Anthony Cecil 

ASHLEY, The Hon. ANTHONY CECIL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 28, 1868. [6th] s. of Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury, of 
St Giles's House, Dorset. B. Aug. 8, 1849, in London. 
Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1875. Sometime 
Assistant Secretary to Sir Bartle Frere, High Commissioner 
of South Africa. Of Stumble Holt, Holmwood, Dorking, 
Surrey. D.L. for Dorset. Chairman of the .Artisans', 
Labourers' and General DweUings Company; a Director of 
Rowton Houses, Ltd. Died unmarried Sept. 23, 1932. 
Brother of the next and Anthony L. G. (1857). (Burke, P. 
and B.; The Times, Sept. 26, 1932.) 

ASHLEY, The Hon. ANTHONY EVELYN MELBOURNE. Adm. 
pens, at Trinity, Dec. 21, 1854. [4th] s. of Anthony, Earl of 
Shaftesbury. B. July 24, 1836, at Wimbome St Giles', 
Dorset. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1855; M.A. 1858. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 22, 1856. Called to the Bar, 
1863. Treasurer of County Courts, 1863-74- M.P. for Poole, 
1874-80; for the Isle of Wight, 1880-5. Private Secretary to 
Lord Palmerston, 1859-65. Secretary to the Board of Trade, 
1880-2. Under-Secretary for the Colonies, 1882-5. Church 
Estates Commissioner, 1880-5. P.C. 1891. Succeeded to the 
properties of Broadlands, Romsey, Hants., and Classiebawn, 
Co. Sligo, on the death of his uncle, William (Cowper- 
Temple) Lord Mount-Temple, in 1888. D.L. for Hants. 
J. P. for Hants., Dorset and Shgo. Official verderer of the 
New Forest. Mayor of Ronmey (five times) 1898-1902. 
Twice married. Helped to produce The Owl, the forerunner 
of Society journals. Completed the Life of Lord Palmerston, 
begun by Lord DaUing. Died Nov. 15, 1907, at Broadlands. 
Buried at Romsey. Brother of the above, etc. {D.N.B., 2nd 
Suppl.) 

ASHLEY, The Hon. ANTHONY LIONEL GEORGE. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, July 7, 1857. [5th] s. of Anthony, Earl of 
Shaftesbury. B. Sept. 7, 1838, in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1857; M.A. i860. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Jan. 22, 1862. J. P. and D.L. for Dorset. Died s.p. Aug. 18, 
1914. Brother of Anthony C. (1868), etc. (Burke, P. ani B.) 

ASHLEY, CYRIL. Matric. Non-Coil. Easter, 1890; from Caven- 
dish H. Adm. at Downing, Jan. 20, 1892. B.A. 1894; M.A. 
1898. Mus. Bac. (Durham) 1904. Ord. deacon, 1893; priest 
(Ripon) 1895; C. of New Wortley, Yorks., 1893-7. C. of 
Eltham, 1897-1900. Minor Canon of Ely, 1900-5. Precentor 
of Bristol, 1905-7; Minor Canon, 1907-19; Sacrist, 1910-19. 
Public preacher dio. Bristol. Died Apr. 23, 1919, aged 48. 
Buried in the graveyard of Bristol Cathedral. (C. R. 
Hudleston.) 

ASHLEY, JAMES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, June 25, 
1782. Of Fleet, near Spalding, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1782. 
One of these names R. of Fleet, 1 784-1 807. 

ASHLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Oct. 13, 1796. 
S. of Robert [Wainwright], of Frodsham, Cheshire. School, 
Chester (Mr "VMngfield). Matric. Michs. 1797. Migrated to 
Jesus, Dec. 29, 1798; Scholar, 1800; B.A. 1801; M.A. 1804. 
Fellow of Jesus, 1802-10. Ord. deacon, June 5, 1803; priest 
(Peterb.) June 10, 1804. V. of Guilden Morden, Canibs., 
1809. V. of Eckington, Worcs., 1812-30. R. of Wenham 
Magna, Suffolk, 1830-45. Chaplain to the Bishop of Ely, 
1836. Canon of Ely, 1841-58. R. of Teversham, Cambs., 
1843-59. Died Apr. 24, 1859, aged 8x. Fatherof Robert (1835) 
and John A. (ne.xt). (G. Mag., 1859, i. 653; H. I. Longden.) 

ASHLEY, JOHN ATCHERLEY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 22, 
1836. [S. of John (above), clerk.] School, Ipswich. Matric. 
Michs. 1836. B.A. 1841; M.A. 1845. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 
Jan. 10, 1841; priest, Jan. 16, 1842. C. of Hilgay, Norfolk, 
1845-7. C. of Gt Saxham, Suffolk, 1847-9. Died Aug. 28, 
1849, at Southampton. Brother of Robert (1835). (Norw. 
Ord. Bk.; G. Mag., 1849, 11.) 

ASHLEY, JOHN GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity 
Hall, May 30, 1877. S. of John, Esq., of Rose VUla, Winch- 
more Hill, London, N. [School, University College, London.] 
Matrie. Michs. 1877; Scholar, 1878; B.A. {27th Wrangler) 
1881; M.A. 1893. Assistant Master at Mill Hill School, 
1881-2. A clerk in the War Office, 1882; Secretary and 
Actuary; Head of Pension branch till 1921; retired. Officer 
Legion d'Honneur. Of The Limes, WiUsbridge, near Bristol. 
Died there June 24, 1936, aged 77. {Mill Hill Sch. Reg.; 
Reg. of the Senate, 1935; The Times, June 26, 1936.) 

ASHLEY, JOHN MARKS. Adm. pens, at Caius, July 7, 1853. 
S. of Henry, soUcitor, of Greenhithe, Kent. B. 1828, at 
Langham Place, London. School, King's College, London; 
afterwards at the Royal College of Chemistry and sub- 
sequently Lecturer in Chemistry at the Hunterian School of 
Medicine, 1848-55. Matric. Michs. 1853; LL.B. i860. Ord. 
deacon (London) 1857; priest, 1858; C. of Swanscombe, 
Kent, and Lecturer at Greenhithe, 1859-67. C. of St Peter's, 
Brighton, 1868-9. P.C. of St Peter's, Vere Street, London, 
1869-73. V. of Fewston, Yorks., 1873-1900. Author, The 
Relations of Science, etc. Died Sept. 10, 1909, aged 80, at 
Malvern Link. [Venn, 11. 314; Reg. of the Royal College of 
Chemistry.) 



AsHTON, Charles 

ASHLEY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Mar. 30, 1835. 
S. of John (1796), clerk, of Little Wenham, Suffolk. B. at 
Eckington, Worcs. Migrated to Jesus, June 29, 1839. 
Matric. Michs. 1839. Brother of John A. (1836). {T. A. 
Walker, 451.) 

ASHMALL, FRANCIS JAMES. Matric. pens, from Queens', 
Michs. 1877. [S. of EUas. B. Dec. 17, 1856, at Hammerwick, 
Staffs. School, Cannock Grammar.] B.A. 1881; M.A. 1885. 
Ord. deacon, 1881; priest (Winchester) 1882; C. of Fareham, 
1881-6. V. of Holy Trinity, Southampton, 1886-96. R. of 
Bishopstoke, 1896-1905. R. of Hickling, Notts., 1905-28. 
Hon. Canon of Southwark, 1918-28. Rural Dean of South 
Bingham, Notts., 1906-28; retired. Of 22, Grand Avenue, 
Muswell Hill, London, N. 10, 1938. (Crockford, 1938; Who's 
Who, 1938.) 

ASHMORE, ALEXANDER MURRAY. Matric. pens, from 
Sidney, Michs. 1873. [Not entered in the College Adm. Reg.; 
but won an Entrance Scholarship in Mathematics at the 
College, Apr. 1873 ; gained a first class in the College examina- 
tion Dec. 1873, but not in May Lists, 1874. S. of Charles T., 
of Wood End House, Walthamstow. B. Feb. 26, 1855. 
School, Nonvich.] In the Ceylon Civil Service, 1876-93. 
Acting Colonial Secretary, Gold Coast, 1894. Receiver- 
General at Cyprus, 1895-1900. Government Secretary in 
British Guiana, 1901. Acted as Governor of British Guiana, 
1901. Lieut. -Governor and Colonial Secretary, Ceylon, 
1904-6. C.M.G., 1900. K.C.M.G., 1905. Died Dec. 7, 1906. 
(G. A. Weekes.) 

ASHMORE, PAUL. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Nov. 27, 1822. 
[Perhaps s. of William, Esq., of Ipswich.] School, Bury St 
Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1823; LL.B. 1829. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Oct. 7, 1827; priest, Oct. 19, 1828. R. of Porth- 
kerry, Glams., 1838-65. R. of Barry, 1838-65. Married Anne, 
dau. of James Davidson, of Sayes Court, Surrey, 1839. Lived 
at Queen's Gardens, Hyde Park, London, after 1865. Died 
Jan. 29, 1896, aged 91, at 59, Westbourne Terrace, London, 
W. (Peile, II. 411; S.H.A.H.) 

ASHMUL or ASHMULL, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, 
June 29, 1769. S. of John, grazier, of Worstead, Norfolk. 

B. there. Schools, Norwich (Mr Symonds) and North 
Walsham (Mr Jones). Matric. Easter, 1770; Scholar, 1769- 
76; B.A. (6th Wrangler) 1773; M.A. 1776. Ord. deacon 
(Norwich) Dec. 18, 1774; priest (Peterb.) Dec. 15, 1776; C. of 
Froston, Suffolk, 1774. C. of Walpole, Norfolk. R. of 
Shipton-on-Cherwell, Oxon., 1791-1813. Died there Oct. 21, 
1813, aged 61. (Venn, u. 88; G. Mag.) 

ASHPINSHAW [post STAUNTON], JOHN. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, Aug. 19, 1783. Of Leics. [s. of John, of Little 
Kirby Street, Hatton Garden, London. School, St Paul's; 
age 8, in 1770, Aspinshaw, John.] Matric. Michs. 1784; 
Scholar, 1785; B.A. 1788; M.A. 1791; LL.D. 1804. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) May 18, 1788; priest (York) Oct. 10, 1790. 

C. of Warsop, Notts., 1793-7. R. of St Peter's, Nottingham, 
1797-1814. V. of Hinckley, Leics., 1804. Assumed the 
surname of Staunton only, on coming into possession of the 
Manor of Staunton, Notts., June 20, 1807; took up residence 
at Staunton Hall. R. (and patron) of Staunton, 1826-51. 
R. of Kilvington, 1826. J. P. for Notts. Died June 2, 1851. 
Buried at Staunton. (Godfrey, Churches of Notts. ; St Paul's 
Sch. Reg.) 

ASHTON, ALFRED ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 2, 
1885. S. of Alfred Middleton. B. July 15, 1862, at Notting- 
ham. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1894. Ord. 
deacon, 1890; priest (Chichester) 1892; C. of Hurstraon- 
ceaux, Sussex, 1890-9. C. of Biggleswade, Beds., 1899-1903. 
Chaplain of the Biggleswade Union. C. of St Peter's and St 
Paul's, Wisbech, Cambs., 1903-5. Held other curacies, 
1905-10. C.-in-charge of LudgershaU, Andover, Hants., 
1910-11; of Lytchett-Matravers, 1911-14; of Steepleton, 
1914-16; of St Luke's, Brighton, 1916-20. C. of Offiey, 
Herts., 1920-8. Died there June 22, 1928, aged 65. {Peile. 
II. 717; Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ASHTON, ARTHUR. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, July 5, 1871. S. 
of .'Arthur, stockbroker, of Formby, Lanes. B. at Prescot. 
Bapt. there. Schools, Roval Institution, Liverpool, and 
Brighton College. Matric. Michs. 1871. Died of consumption, 
June 27, 1874, at Firwood, Formby. Buried at St Luke's, 
Formby. {Venn, u. 398.) 

ASHTON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Oct. 17, 
1856. [S. of Samuel, Esq., of Prestwich, Lanes. B. Apr. 20, 
1838. School, Cheltenham College.] Did not reside. Migrated 
to Oxford. Matric. (Exeter College, Oxford) Dec. 13, 1859; 
B.A. (Oxford) 1863; M-.'V. 1867. Previously in the Army (12th 
Lancers). Of Maplewell Grange, Leics., and of Litchford Hall, 
Lanes. J. P. for Leics. and Herts. F.R.G.S. Married three 
times. [See note sub Charles Ralph Ashton (1887).] Died 
Apr. 20, 1920. Brother of Samuel T. (1859). (Burke, L.G.; 
Foster, Lanes. Pedigrees; A I. Oxon.) 



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AsHTON, Charles Arthur 

ASHTON, CHARLES ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age i8) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1883. S. of (Charles James, Esq. [of Little Onn Hall, 
Stafford]. B. 1865, at Hyde, near Manchester. School, 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. r883. Died June 18, 1889, at sea. 
[Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

ASHTON, CHARLES RALPH. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1887. S. of E., Esq., of Watford, Herts. B. Oct. 12, 
1868. Schools, Combe Down, Bath and Leys, Cambridge. 
Matric. Michs. 1887. Artist. Charles Ralph Ashton, son of 
Charles (1856), was bom Oct. 12, 1868, and occurs in Foster, 
Lancashire Pedigrees. [Probably identical with this man who, 
however, occurs in the Coll. Adm. Reg. as son of E., Esq.] 
(r. A. Walker, 597.) 

ASHTON, JAMES. Adm. FeU.-Com. (age 18) at Trinity, 
Dec. 3, 1753. S. of Hugh, of Underley, Westmorland. School, 
Scorton, Yorks. (Mr Noble). Matric. Michs. 1753. 

ASHTON, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
Sept. 8, 1782. Of Lanes. Doubtless s. and h. of Nicholas, of 
Woolton Hall, Lanes., and of Hefferston Grange, Cheshire 
[by his first wife, Mary, dau. of John Philpot, Esq., of 
Chester]. B. Aug. 9, 1765, at Liverpool. Matric. Easter, 
1783. Married Mary Noble, dau. of John Jarret, of Free- 
mantle, Hants. Appears to have lived at Hefferston Grange 
and may be the John Ashton 'of Grange, Esq.,' whose will 
proved at Chester, 1817. Died v. p. 1815. [This is doubtless 
the correct identification — rather than that suggested in the 
Eton Coll. Adm. Reg., for the John Ashton at Eton College, 
1775-82 was probably a brother of Thomas, of Trinity 
(1779)0 Doubtless brother of Thomas (1791) and William 
(1791). {T. A. Walker, 349; Ormerod, 11. 94; R. Stewart 
Brown.) 

ASHTON, JOHN. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1880. Adm. pens, at 
Christ's, Jan. 12, 1881. S. of James. B. May 13, 1855, at 
Failsworth, Manchester. School, Preston Grammar (G. T. 
Tatham). B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon, 1885; priest 
(Worcester) 1886; C. of Christ Church, Birmingham, 1885-8. 
Held other curacies for short periods, 1888-1909. C. of St 
James's, Handsworth, 1909-22. Lie. to offic, dio. Bir- 
mingham, 1922-4. Not in Crockford, 1929. Of 8, Phillimore 
Terrace, London, W. 8, in 1927. (Peile, 11. 678.) 

ASHTON, JOHN FRANCIS. Matric. Non-CoU. Jan. 1884. [S. of 
J. T., Major. B. Aug. 5, 185 1. School, Marlborough.] B.A. 
1887; M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon, 1878; priest (Worcester) 
1879; C. of Tysoe, Wanvs., 1878-80. C. of Hallow, Worcs., 
1880-3. C.of StLuke's, Chesterton, Cambs., 1884. Held other 
curacies, 1887-93. K. of Trotton, Sussex, 1894-1917. Re- 
sided latterly at Sandrock, Midhurst. Died Oct. 26, 1918, 
aged 67, at Midhurst. (G. B. Routledge; Crockford; The 
Times, Oct. 29, 1918.) 

ASHTON, JONAS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. 5, 1861. 6th s. 
of Richard, Esq., of Louth, Lines. B. there Nov. 11, 1837. 
School, University College, London. Matric. Michs. 1861; 
B.A. {5th Wrangler) 1S65; M.A. 1868. A member of Con- 
vocation of London University. .\dm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Nov. 7, 1870; 'Mathematical tutor of London.' Called to the 
Bar, 1875. Of 84, King Henry's Road, Hampstead, London, 
N.W., in 1885. (Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

ASHTON, PHILIP JAMES. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Jan. 13, 
1867. S. of Mrs Ashton, of Mimwood Northam, Bamet. 
Matric. Easter, 1867. 

ASHTON, RAYMOND LLEWELLYN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 
1895. S. of John Henry, surgeon, of Richmond, Surrey. 
B. Feb. 7, 1876, at Tayton (sic), Norfolk. School, St Paul's. 
Matric. Michs. 1895; Scholar, 1895-8; B.A. 1S98; M.A. 1916. 
Assistant Master at Blundell's School, Tiverton, 1902-4. 
Resident in Paris, 1904-9; master there at the Anglo-Saxon 
College. Assistant Master at Wilson's Grammar School, 
CamberweU, 1909-36-. Lecturer in French at the Hugh 
Myddelton School, 1911-. Examiner in French for the 
Chamber of Commerce. (Venn, 11. 541; Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1932-3.) 

ASHTON, SAMUEL TUDOR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Sept. 30, 
1859. S. of Samuel, of 9, Woodhill, Prest\\ich, Manchester. 
B. there Feb. 21, 1841. Schools, Cheltenham College and 
Harrow. Matric. Michs. i860; B.A. 1864. Comet, 14th 
Husscirs, 1864; Lieut., 1865; Capt., 1868; retired, 1870. Of 
Burton Hall, Melton Mowbray, Leics. J. P. and D.L. of Leics. 
High Sheriff, 1896. F.R.G.S. Died Jan. 18, 1900. Brother 
of Charles (1856). (Cheltenham Coll. Reg., 132 ; Harrow Reg.) 

ASHTON, THOMAS. .\dm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Oct. 27, 
1779. S. of Thomas (1733), Fellow of Eton, and R. of St 
Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London. Bapt. June 13, 1762, at 
Eton. School, Eton. Did not matriculate. Adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Jan. 30, 1781. Died Dec. 8, 1781, aged 19, 
at Bristol. (Eton Coll. Reg.; G. Mag.) 
ASHTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
Apr. 7, 1792, of Lanes. [2nd s. of Nicholas, of Woolton Hall, 
Lanes.]. B. Mar. 2, 1775. Matric. Lent, 1793. Probably his 
will proved (Chester) 1816. Brother of WiUia^ (1791) and 



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Ash WIN, Edward Godfrey 

John (1782). (T. A. Walker, 363; Ormerod, 11. 94; Victoria 
Co. Hist., Lanes., 111.) 
ASHTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, 
June 17, 1791. Of Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1791. [3rd s. of 
Nicholas, of Woolton Hall, Lanes. B. 1773.] Lieut. -Col., 
79th Regt. Died s.p. abroad. Doubtless brother of Thomas 
(1792), etc. (T. A. Walker, 362; Ormerod, 11. 94.) 

ASHTON, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 1, 
1891. S. of James Thomas, corn-factor, deceased. B. 
June 10, 1872, at Wigan, Lanes. School, Wigan Grammar 
(Mr J. Ohm). Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. 
Ord. deacon, 1895; priest (Manchester) 1896; C. of St 
Andrew's, Oldham, 1895-8. C. of Whalley Range, 1898- 
1902. V. of St John's, Old Trafford, 1902-14. V. of St 
Andrew's, Burnley, 1914-16. R. of St John the Evangelist, 
Broughton, 1916-29. V. of Down ton-on-the- Rock with 
Burrington, Heref., 1929-33. V. of Frome Bishop, Worcs., 
1933-6-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ASHTON GWATKIN, see GWATKIN, WALTER HENRY 
TRELAWNEY. 

ASHWELL, ARTHUR RAWSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Mayi3, 1843. S. of James (1841). B. Dec. 9, 1824, at Chelsea, 
London. Matric. Michs. 1843. Migrated to Caius, Apr. 17, 
1845; Prizeman; Scholar, 1846-50; B.A. (i^th Wrangler) 
1847; M.A. 1850. Ord. deacon (Canterbury) 1848; priest, 
1849; C. of Speldhurst, Kent, 1848-9. C. of St Mary-the- 
Less, Cambridge, 1849-50. Vice -Principal of St Mark's 
College, Chelsea, 1851-3. Principal of the Oxford Diocesan 
Training College at Culham, 1853-62; of Durham Training 
College, 1865-70. Canon of Chichester and Principal of the 
Theological College, 1870-9. R. of St Martin's, Chichester, 
Sussex, 1871-5. R. of St Andrew's, 1872-5. Chancellor of 
Chichester, 1879. A preacher and teacher of repute. Author, 
miscellaneous. Died Oct. 23, 1879. M.I. in Chichester 
Cathedral. Brother of Herman H. (1841). (Venn, u. 271; 
D.N.B.) 

ASHWELL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July 6, 1863. 
S. of George, lawyer. B. Sept. 25, 1844, at St Albans, Herts. 
School, Chf ton College. Matric. Michs. 1863. Solicitor. Lived 
for many years at St Albans, but did not practise there. 
(Peile, II. 578.) 

ASHWELL, HERMAN HEARD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Nov. 13, 
1841. 2nd s. of James (next), iron merchant, of Kennington, 
Surrey [and Susan Rawson]. B. there Dec. 24, 1829 (sic). 
Migrated to St John's, May 9, 1843. Matric. Michs. 1843. 
Died Aug. 24, 1845, aged 20 (sic), at Ryde. Brother of 
Arthur R. (1843). (G. Mag., 1845, 11. 435.) 

ASHWELL, JAMES. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 41) at Jesus, 
June 19, 1841. S. of John [iron founder], Esq., late of 
Nottingham, deceased. B. Jime 25, 1799. at Nottingham. 
Matric. Michs. 1841. Migrated to Peterhouse, June 25, 
1842; B.A. 1845; M.A. 1848. Civil Engineer. Resident 
director of the Lu.xembourg Railway; at Brussels in 1847. 
One of the six founders of the Royal Institute of Civil 
Engineers. Twice married. Died July 2, 1881, at Weston- 
super-Mare. Father of Arthur R. (1843) and Herman H. 
(1841). (Notts. Co. Pedigrees.) 

ASHWIN, CHARLES GODFREY. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Caius, 
Jan. 12, 1855. S. of Charles Manley, surgeon, of Abergavenny. 

B. at Bilston Staffs. Matric. Lent, 1855; B.A. 1859; M.A. 
1868. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Dec. 19, 1858; priest, 1859; 

C. of Holy Trinity and of St Philip's, Bristol, 1858-60. 
Association Secretary of the Jews' Society, 1860-90. R. of 
Christon, Somerset, 1891-1913. Died Dec. 15, 1913. Father 
of Charles M. (1884). (Venn, 11. 322; Crockford, 1913.) 

ASHWIN, CHARLES MANLEY. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1884. 
S. of Charles Godfrey (1855), clerk, of Clifton, Bristol. B. 
June 16, 1865, at Manchester. Schools, Dedham and Bristol. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. (Theol. Trip., 1st Class) 1887; 
M.A. 1891. Ord. deacon (Wakefield) 1888; priest, 1889; C. of 
Lindley, Yorks., 1888-91. C. of St Thomas's, Stepney, 
London, 1891-6. C. of Lympsham, Somerset, 1896-1901. C. 
of Yeovil, 1901. R. of Poyntington, Dorset, 1901-24; 
resigned and settled at Folkestone. Of 49, Cheriton Road, 
Folkestone. (X'enn, 11. 470; Crockford, 1938.) 

ASHWIN, EDWARD GODFREY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Pembroke, Oct. i, 1879. S. of Forster, V. of Quadring, 
Lines. B. Sept. 23, i860, at Kiama, New South Wales, 
Austraha. School, Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1879; 
Scholar; B.A. (8th Wrangler) 1883; M.A. 1888. Assistant 
Master at Marlborough College, 1883-5. Ord. deacon, 1886; 
priest (Rochester) 18S7. Assistant Master at Dulwich Col- 
lege, 1886-1901. Assistant Chaplain there, 1894-1901. C. 
of St Peter's, Dulwich Common, Middlesex, 1886-8. C. of 
Grosvenor Chapel, London, 1891-4. R. of Earl-Stonham, 
Suffolk, 1901-16. St Matthew's Day Preacher, 1907. Died 
Sept. 26, 1916, at Earl-Stonham. Brother of Robert F, 
(1886). {Christ's Hospital Reg.; Dulwich Coll, Reg.) 

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AsHwiN, George Basil 

ASHWIN, GEORGE BASIL. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, July 6, 1884. 3rd s. of Hamilton [LL.D., clerk], of 
The Lecture House, Dedham, Essex. School, Dedham. 
Matric. ^Uchs. 1884; Scholar; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1894. Ord. 
deacon, 1889; priest (Peterb.) 1890; C. of St Andrew's, 
Leicester, 1889-97. C. of Finedon, 1897-1901- V. of 
Abthorpe, Northants., 1901-27. R. of Slapton, 1908-27. R. 
of S\Teshani, 1927-34. Lie. pr., dio. Derby, 1934-7. Lived 
latterly at Beighton Vicarage, Sheffield (with his son, the 
Rev. Paul Ashwin, V. of Beighton, 1932-). Died there 
June 25, 1937, aged 71. (Crockford, 1937; The Times, 
June 28, 1937.) 

ASHWIN, ROBERT FORSTER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 8, 1886. S. of Forster, V. of Quadring, near 
Spalding, Lines. B. at Wigtoft, Lines. Matric. Michs. 1886; 
B.A. 1889; M.A. 1896. Master at Cowley House School 
1898-1903. Ord. deacon (St Albans) 1901; priest (Lincoln) 
1902; C. of St John's, Bamet, 1902-3. Assistant Master at 
King Edward VI's School, Grantham, 1903-6. C. of Gran- 
tham, 1903-5. C. of Fulbeck, 1905-6. Assistant Master at 
Abingdon School, 1906-10. Lie. pr., dio. Oxford, 1906-10. 
Head Master of Magdalen College School, Brackley, Oxon., 
1910-29. R. of Ashurst, Sussex, 1930-6-. Brother of 
Edward G. (1879). {Crockford, 1938.) 

ASH WORTH, ARTHUR ALAN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Apr. 27, 1886. S. of Howard Haughton. B. Aug. 24, 1867, 
at Hampstead, London. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 
1886; Scholar, 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1898. Engineer. 
A.M.I.C.E., M.Inst.P.T. Partner in the firm of A. Beeby 
Thompson and partners. Spent time in South America, 
South Africa and Siberia, laying down railways. Of 8, Fife 
Road, Darlington, Durham, in 191 1. Died June 27, 1938. 
(Peile, II. 722; The Times, June 28, 1938.) 

ASHWORTH, FRANK. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Dec. 14, 
1894. S. of Martin, Esq., of Heywood, Lanes. B. there Jan. 
20, 1877. School, Bury, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1895 ; 
Scholar and Prizeman, 1896; B.A. 1898; M.A. 1902. Of 
12, Manchester Road, Rochdale, Lanes. (7". A. Walker, 632; 
Reg. of the Senate, 1937.) 

ASHWORTH, JOHN WILDING. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 1, 1883. S. and h. of John Wilding, gent., 
deceased, of Pendleton, near Manchester. B. there 1864. 
School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. Occurs 
in Univ. Pari. Reg., 1934. {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.) 

ASHWORTH, JOSHUA DICKINSON. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, June 30, 1854. S. of James. B. at Boothfold, 
near Newchurch, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1854. 

ASHWORTH, PERCY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 30, 1887. 
4th s. of John, of Ollerton, Bolton-le-Moors, Lanes. B. there 
May 22, 1868. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 
1890; M.A. 1898. Cotton spiimer of Ollerton, afterwards of 
Fradswell Hall, Staffordshire. Twice married and had issue. 
In his younger days a noted rackets player and an adept at 
most ball games; won the amateur championship at rackets 
in 1890. Died June 23, 1937, aged 68, in London. {Trinity 
Coll. Reg., 1934; Burke, L.G., 1936; T?ie Times, Jime 24 
and 28, 1937.) ' 

ASHWORTH, PETER. Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan. 8, 1817; 
in Priest's Orders. B. at Manchester. Perhaps V. of Bur- 
rington, Heref., 1838-56, and V. of Downton, 1838-56. 
Disappears from Clergy List, 1857. 

ASHWORTH, PHILIP HOWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, May 13, 1798. Of Halifax, Yorks. (His son John 
was admitted at Christ Church, Oxford, Oct. 13, 1832, 
aged 21.) 

ASHWORTH, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 13, 
1789. Of Yorks. [Probably s. of John, of Elland, Yorks.] 
Matric. Michs. 1790; Scholar; B.A. {i8th Wrangler) 1794. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 6, 1794. Called to the Bar, 
1802. 

ASHWORTH, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Jan. 
1875. S. of Edward, Esq. B. at Newchurch-in-Rossendale, 
Lanes. School, Owens College. Matric. Lent, 1875. 

ASHWORTH, RICHARD WHITFIELD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 12, 1820. [S. and h. of Richard Johnson Daventry, Esq., 
of Strawberr>' Hill, Manchester. Schools, Manchester Gram- 
mar and Rugby.] Migrated to Oxford; matric. (Brasenose 
College) Feb. 5, 1823, age 19. Died May 23, 1828, at Chelten- 
ham. Buried there. [His father was a barrister in practice at 
Manchester, known as one of its early fine art collectors.] 
Brother of Thomas A. (1823). {Al. Oxon.; Rugby Sch. Reg.; 
Manchester Sch. Reg., iii. 66.) 

ASHWORTH, THOMAS ALFRED. Adm. pens, (age 28 sic) at 
Trinity, Oct. 23, 1823. 2nd s. of Richard [Johnson 
Daventry]. B. at Manchester. Schools, Manchester, Rugby 
and Macclesfield, Cheshire (Dr Davies). Matric. Michs. 1824; 
B.A. 1828; M.A. 1831, V. of St John's, Famworth, in Deane 



Askew, Henry 

parish, Lanes., 1831-6. Joined the sect of the Irvingites. 
Author, 4 Plain Defence of Church Rales; Sermon. Died 
Feb. 5, 1884, aged 79. Brother of Richard W. (1820). {Rugby 
Sch. Reg.; Manchester Sch. Reg., in. loi; Scott, MSS.) 

ASHWORTH, THOMAS RAMSDEN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 27) 
at Jesus, Mar. 27, 1820. S. of John. B. at Halifax. School, 
Winchmore HiU, London (Mr Thompson). Matric. Michs. 
1820; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1830. Succeeded his brother John 
Harvey Ashworth (afterwards of Craggan, Co. Clare) as C. 
of Rochdale, Lanes. ; subsequently retired from clerical work 
and resided for many years at the HoUins, Grasmere, West- 
morland. Father of Thomas R. (next). (Jeremiah F. Smith ; 
Manchester Sch. Reg., add., in. 289.) 

ASHWORTH, THOMAS RAMSDEN. .\dm. pens, (age 20) at 
Jesus, July 3, 1850. S. of Thomas Ramsden (above), clerk. 
B. at Grasmere, Westmorland. School, Eton. Matric. Lent, 
1851. 

ASKER, GEORGE EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July, 1882. S. of George Henry. B. at Norwich. Matric. 
Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. Ord. deacon, 1885; 
priest (Rochester) 1886; C. of St Andrew's, Lambeth, 1885- 
92; v., 1892-1900. V. of St George's, Tufnell Park, London, 
1900-21. Died .Mar. 22, 1921. Buried at Highgate Cemetery. 
{Crockford; R. F. Scott; The Times, Mar. 26, 1921.) 

ASKER, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Apr. 6, 
1830, as Asken, H. Of Norwich. Matric. Michs. 1830; 
Scholar, 1830; B.A. 1835. Ord. priest (Norwich) Aug. 24, 
1845. C. of Cley, Norfolk, in 1849. Chaplain of the Downham 
Market Union, 1851-72. C. of Denver, 1855-65. C. of Norton, 
Yorks., 1872-. Disappears from Crockford, 1874. 

ASKEW, ADAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 22, i775- Of 
Middlesex. S. of Anthony (1739), M.D. (for whom see 
D.N.B.). [School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1775; B.A. i779- 
Of Redheugh (or Redhugh), Durham, and of Wimpole 
Street, London. High Sheriff of Durham, 1809. Married 
(i) Amy, dau. of Robert Carey, Esq., of London; (2) Eliza- 
beth, dau. of the Rev. Sir Richard Nelson Rycroft, Bart., 
Oct. 20, 1831. Died s.p. Nov. 21, 1844, aged 86, in Wimpole 
Street. Brother of Anthony L. (1778), Henry (1786) and 
Richard (1792). {Northumberland History, xi; Burke, L.G.; 
Foster, Lanes. Pedigrees.) 
ASKEW, ANTHONY ADAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 7, 1805. Of Somerset. S. of John (1754). D.D., R. of 
North Cadbury. Bapt. there July 15, 1787. Matric. Michs. 
1805; Scholar, 1806; B.A. 1809. In Holy Orders. Of Wool- 
stone House, Wincanton, Somerset, in 1814. Married 
Harriett, dau. of William Cornish, of Yarlington, Somerset, 
Mar. 23, 1813. Became insane. Died Jan. 28, 1832, in an 
asylum near Salisbury. Buried at North Cadbury. (C. R. 
Hudleston.) 
ASKEW, ANTHONY LINACRE. Adm. (age 18) at King's, 
a scholar from Eton, Aug. 13, 1778. 2nd s. of Anthony 
(1739), M.D. B. in London. Bapt. Mar. 12, 1759. at St 
George's. Matric. Lent, 1779; B.A. 1783; M.A. 1788. 
Fellow, 1 78 1-96. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, July 9, i777; of 
Middleton, Westmorland. Died June 12, 1818. Brother of 
Adam (1775), etc. {Eton Coll. Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Whelan, 
Cumb. and Westm., 783.) 
ASKEW, CHARLES FREDERICK. Matric. Non-CoU. May 7, 
1897. Adm. at Peterhouse, Jan. 14, 1899, from Fitz- 
william H. S. of Charles, Esq., deceased. B. Jan. 19, 1870, 
at Fumess Abbey. School, Hawkshead Grammar. B.A. 
1900; M.A. 1920. Ord. deacon, 1900; priest (Ripon) 1901; 
C. of Laister Dyke, 1900-6. V. of Ingrow with Hainworth, 
Yorks., 1906-11. V. of St Mark's, Wellington, New Zealand, 
1911-23. V. of Christchurch and Dean of Nelson, N.Z., 
1923-33; resigned. Returned to England. Settled at 
Beaconsfield, Bucks. Died Dec. 6, 1934. {T. A. Walker, 6^y, 
The Times, Dec. 7, 1934.) 
ASKEW, EDMUND ADAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 22, 
1868. 2nd s. of Henry William (1826), Esq., of Hampton 
Lodge, Surrev. B. May 25, 1849, at Greystoke, Cumberland. 
School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1868, as Edmund; 
B.A. 1873; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon, 1873; priest (Lichfield) 
1874; C. of Kirk Langley, Derbs., 1873-5. R. of Greystoke, 
Cumberland, 1875-1901. Proctor in Convocation, Arch- 
deaconry of Carlisle, 1898-1901. Married and had issue. 
Died Dec. 26, 1901. Buried at Greystoke. (Whelan, Cumb. 
and Westm., 783; Burke, L.G.) 
ASKEW, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 11, 1786. 
Of Middlesex. 4th s. of Anthony (1739), M.D., of London. 
School, (?) Eton. Matric. Mii hs. 1786; B.A. 1790; M.A. 
1799. Ord. priest (Norwich, Lilt. dim. from Bath and Wells) 
Mar. 16, 1794. R. of Gre>-stoke, Cumberiand, 1798-1852. 
Succeeded his brother Adam at Redheugh and Conishead 
Priory, Durham. Married Anne, dau. of Thomas Sunderland, 
of Little Croft, Ulverston, July 29, 1799. While on a visit 
to Corby Castle is said to have seen the famous family 



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ghost — which caused him to leave hurriedly the next morning 
in a state of great agitation, the reason of which was only 
revealed to his host sometime afterwards ; for an account of 
the incident see The Longs of Jamaica, u. 510. Died Dec. 25, 
1852, aged 87, at Greystoke. Brother of Adam (i775). etc., 
and father of Henry W. (next). (Eton Sch. Lists; Burke, 
L.G.; G. Mag., 1853, i. 327.) 
ASKEW, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 25, 1826. [S. and h. of Henry (above), clerk. B. i8o8. 
School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1827; B.A. 1832. Of 
Redheugh, Co. Durham, of Conishead Priory, Lanes., of 
Glenridding, Cumberland, and of Burwood Park, Walton- 
on-Thames. Married Lucy, dau. of the Hon. Hugh Percy, 
D.D., Bishop of Carlisle, 1832. J. P. for Cumberland, Lanes., 
and Argyll. Died 1890. Father of Edmund A. (1868). 
(Burke, L.G.; Harrow Sch. Reg.; Foster, Lanes. Pedigrees.) 

ASKEW, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Emmanuel, June 13, 
1754. S. of Thomas. B. at Cartmel, Lanes. School, Sedbergh. 
Matric. Michs. 1754; B.A. 1758; M.A. 1761; B.D. 1768; 
D.D. 1793. FeUow, 1760. Tutor, 1766. Ord. deacon (Ely, 
LUt. dim. from London) Aug. 24, 1758; priest (Ely) Feb. 15, 
1761. ['Of the parish of St Andrew-the-Great, Cambridge,' 
when he married in 1786.] R. of North Cadbury, Somerset, 
1785-1812. Married (i) Frances, dau. of William Pochin, of 
Loughborough, Leics., May 24, 1786; (2) Mary, dau. of 
Thomas Sunderland, of Bigland Hall, Lanes., 1795 (she 
died 1805; buried at North Cadbury). Died June 23, 181 2. 
Buried at North Cadbury. Father of Anthony A. (1805). 
[See also A I. Oxon. for a contemporary namesake.] (Sed- 
bergh Coll. Reg. ; C. R. Hudleston.) 

ASKEW, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 16, 1823. 

[S. of . B. 1804. School, Charterhouse.] Matric. Michs. 

1824; B.A. 1828; M.A. 1832. Ord. deacon (Gloucester) 
June 28, 1829; priest, June 5, 1831. P.C. of Ashchurch, 
Gloucs., 1844-63. Of 4, Holland Park, Netting Hill, London, 
(unbeneficed) in 1866; afterwards of Ellerker House, Rich- 
mond, S.W.; there in 1879. Disappears from Crockford, 1881. 
(Hockaday, MS.; List of Carthus.; P. E. Towell.) 

ASKEW, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 7, 1792- 
Of Middlesex. [5th s. of Anthony (i739). M.D.] Matric. 
Michs. 1792. Major, 27th Regt. Died 1828, in Prince's 
Street, Cavendish Square, London. Brother of Adam (1775). 
etc. (Foster, Lanes. Pedigrees; G. Mag., 1828, 11. 648.) 

ASKEW, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, Oct. 
1874. S. of Richard, clerk. B. at Little Stonham, Suffolk. 
School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1874; B.A. 1879. Ord. 
deacon, 1886; priest (Sarum) 1887; C. of Urchfont, Wilts., 
1886-7. C. of Oving, Sussex, 1887-9. R. of Winterboume 
Zelstone, Dorset (with Winterboume Anderson, 1891-), 
1 890-36-. R. of Winterboume Tomson, 1936-. (Crockford, 
1938.) 

ASKEY, ARTHUR HENRY. Matric. Non-Coil. Feb. 1879. S. 
of WiUiam, draper. B. June 16, 1861, at Louth, Lines. 
Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 6, 1879; B.A. 1884; M.A. 
1888. Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Norwich) 1888; C. of St 
James's, Norwich, 1887-9. C- of South Huish, Devon, 
1889-90. V. of Holton-le-Clay, 1890-1909. R. of Brigsley, 
1893-1909. R. of Swallow, Lines., 1909-16; with Caboum, 
1931-5. Chaplain to the Forces, 1916-19. Rural Dean of 
Caistor, 1929-35. Died 1935. Brother of Herbert (1878). 
(Crockford, 1935; Eagle, xlix.) 

ASKEY, HERBERT. Matric. Non-Coil. Lent, 1878; B.A. 1881; 
M.A. 1884. Previously at Oxford; matric. Non-Coil. Oct. 17, 
1874, age 17; 2nd s. of William, of Louth, Lines. Ord. 
deacon, 1885; priest (Lincoln) 1886; C. of St Andrew's, 
Grimsby, 1885-7. V. of East and West Ravendale, Lines., 
1888-1918 (successor instituted). Not in Crockford, 1918-19. 
(Al. Oxon.) 

ASKWITH, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 22, 1887. 
S. of Thomas, banker's clerk, of Ripon, Vorks. B. Sept. 19, 
1862. School, Ripon Grammar (Mr F. A. Hooper). Matric. 
Lent, 1888; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest 
(Rochester) 1891; C. of St James's, Hatcham, 1890-3. C. of 
St John's, Boscombe, 1893-5. V. of Christ Church, St Albans, 
Herts., 1895-8. V. of St James's, Carlisle, 1898-1903. R. of 
Melcombe Regis and Christ Church with Radipole, Dorset, 
1903-10. Surrogate, 1903. R. of St Matthew's, St Leonards- 
on-Sea, 1910-36-. Canon and Preb. of Chichester, 1934-. 
Married and had issue. Brother of Francis N. (1886), Edward 
H. (next), George (1894), Henry (1877) and John H. (1877). 
(Crockford, 1938.) 
ASKWITH, EDWARD HARRISON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 8, 1882. S. of Thomas, of 7, The Square, Ripon, Vorks. 
B. there Sept. 8, 1864. School, Christ's Hospital, London. 
Matric. Michs. 1883; Scholar, 1883; B..-^. (loth Wrangler) 
1886; M.A. 1890; B.D. 1900; D.D. 1902. Chaplain, 1894- 
1909. Norrisian prize, 1898. Ord. deacon (London) 1888; 
priest (Canterbury) 1889. Assistant Master at Westminster 
School, 1888-9. Head Master of South-Eastem College, 



AspiNALL, Alexander Raymond 

Ramsgate, Kent, 1889-91. V. of St Michael's and All 
Angels', Cambridge, 1893-6. Select preacher, Cambridge, 
1893, 1895 and 1906. V. of Kirkby Lonsdale with Lupton, 
1909-17. Rural Dean, 19 13-17. Hon. Canon of Carlisle, 
1917. R. of Dickleburgh, Norfolk, 1917-24. Of 29, Storey's 
Way, Cambridge, 1938. Married and had issue. Author, 
theological and mathematical. Brother of Charles (1887), 
etc. (Who's Who, 1938; Crockford, 1938.) 

ASKWITH, FRANCIS NO WELL. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Michs. 1886. S. of Thomas. B. Oct. 27, 1867, at Ripon, 
Vorks. Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar, 1887; B.A. 1889; 
M.A. 1893. Ord. deacon, 1890; priest (Rochester) 1892; 
Tutor at the Church Missionary Children's Home, Limps- 
field, Surrey, 1890-2. C. of Christ Church, Derby, 1892-4. 
Vice-Principal of the CM. College at Kottayam, Travancore, 
South India, 1894; Principal, 1897-1921. Principal of 
Malabar Christian College, Calicut, 192 1-8. Chaplain of 
Kotagiri, Madras, 1928-36-. Brother of Charles (1887), etc. 
(Crockford, 1938.) 

ASKWITH, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 1894. S, 
of Thomas. B. Aug. i, 1866, at Ripon, Vorks. School, 
Ripon Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1901. 
Ord. deacon, 1897; priest (Ripon) 1898; C. of St George's, 
Leeds, 1897-9. C. of St Matthew's, Redhill, Surrey, 1899- 
1904. V. of St James's, Plumstead, Kent, 1905-12. V. of 
Woking, Surrey, 1912-36-. Chaplain of Mayford Industrial 
School, 1912-. Surrogate, 1914-. Hon. Canon of Guildford, 
1928-36-. Married and had issue. Brother of Charles 
(1887), etc. (Crockford, 1938; Who's Who, 1936.) 

ASKWITH, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 10, 1877. 
S. of Thomas, banker's clerk. B. Sept. 4, 1852, at Ripon, 
Vorks. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. 
deacon, 1880; priest (Rochester) 1881; C. of Christ Church, 
Surbiton, 1880-3. V. of All Souls', Halifax, Vorks., 1883-7. 
V. of St James's, Hereford, 1887-99. Chaplain of the Here- 
ford Infirmary, 1892-9. Preb. of Hereford, 1897. V. of 
St John's, Upper Holloway, Middlesex, 1899-1900. Married 
and had issue. Died Sept. 5, 1900, at Upper Holloway. 
Buried at Hereford. Brother of Charles (1887), etc. (Vis. of 
England and Wales, xv; Crockford.) 

ASKWITH or ASQUITH, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 15, 1874; re-adm. Jan. 4, 1882, and again, Jan. 1888, 
as Askwith. S. of Joseph, warehouseman. B. at Bamslev, 
Vorks. Bapt. Sept. 28, 1828. Mus.Bac. 1878. Organist of 
Bamsley parish Church. Composer of Anthems, etc. Author, 
On Ecclesiastical Music (pamphlet). (British Musical 
Biographies, 1897.) 

ASKWITH, JOHN HADDON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pem- 
broke, Sept. 21, 1877. S. of Thomas, Esq., of Ripon, Vorks. 

B. there Aug. 20, 1859. Matric. Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; 
M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon, 1882; priest (Worcester) 1883; 

C. of Aston-juxta-Birmiagham, 1882-7. V. of Christ Church, 
Derby, 1887-1912. V. of Christ Church, Ramsgate, 1912-30. 
Married and had issue. Died Mar. 18, 1934, aged 74, at 
Alverstoke. Brother of Charles (1887), etc. (Crockford; 
The Times, Mar. 1934.) 

ASKWITH, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July II, 1863. S. of Robert [M.D., of Huntly Lodge, Chel- 
tenham, Gloucs.]. B. Sept. 17, 1843, at Leeds. School, 
Cheltenham College. Matric. Michs. 1863; B.A. 1867; M.A. 
1875. Ord. deacon (Jamaica, for Exeter) 1867; priest 
(Exeter) 1868; C. of Tidcombe portion, Tiverton, Devon, 
1867-74. C. of New Radford, Notts., 1874-6. V. of Christ 
Church, Derby, 1876-87. V. of St Mary Magdalene, Taunton, 
Somerset, 1887-1911. Surrogate, dio. Bath and Wells, 
1888-1911. Rural Dean of Taunton, 1889-1903. Preb. of 
Wells, 1891-1911. Archdeaconof Taunton, 1903-11. .\uthor. 
Died Apr. 9, 1911, at Taunton. (Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford.) 

ASPIN, ALBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 25, 1900. S. 
of James, coal-miner [died Oct. 9, 1882]. B. Dec. 6, 1878, at 
Lower Darwen, Lanes. School, Manchester Central (Mr 
Scotson). Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1907. Ord. 
deacon, 1903; priest (Manchester) 1905; C. of Middleton, 
Lanes., 1903-9. V. of Birch-in-Hopwood, Lanes., 1909-16. 
V. of Todmorden, 1916-28. V. of St Anne's-on-the-Sea, 
1928-36-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

ASPINALL, ALEXANDER RAYMOND. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 5, 1877. S. of Joseph, merchant. B. Aug. 27, 
1854, at Birkenhead, Cheshire. School, Harrow. Matric. 
Michs. 1877; B.A. 1881; M.A. 1895. Football (assoc.) 'blue,' 
1881. Adm. at the Middle Temple, July 16, 1879. Sometime 
Head Master of private schools at Lytham, Lanes., and at 
Eastbourne, Sussex. Served in the South African War with 
the Cape Colony Cycle Corps. Founded Park Town School, 
Johannesburg, South Africa; residing there, unmarried, in 
1918. Died Mar. I, 1934, in South Africa. (Harrow Sch. Reg.; 
Genealogist, N.S., xxxv. 160; The Times, Mar. 6, 1934-) 



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ASPINALL, FRANCIS EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 21) at 
Trinity, Feb. 10, 1824. 4th s. of Thomas. B. Oct. 3, 1804, 
at Kingston, Jamaica. School, Royal Liverpool Institute 
(Mr Monk). Matric. Michs. 1825. Adm. at Lmcoln s Ian, 
May II 1825, as 4th s. of Thomas, Esq., late of Liverpool, 
deceased. [For an account of the Aspinwall and Aspinall 
families see The Genealogist, N.S., xxxv, xxxvii, xxxyiii, 
etc • N B These articles were revised and issued later in a 
separate volume.] Died Jan. 16, 1826, at Cambridge. Buned 
at St James's, To.\teth Park, Liverpool. Brother of Robert 
A. (1830). (E. Axon.) 
ASPINALL, JAMES PERRONET. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May I, 1863. S. and h. of John Bridge [of the Middle Temple, 
Q C. Recorder of Liverpool]. B. July 18, 1844, in London. 
School St Cuthbert's CoUege, Durham (Mr Tate). Matnc. 
Michs. 1863. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 23, 1864. 
Called to the Bar, 1867. Bencher, 1891. Q.C., 1892 Ad- 
ditional member of the General Council of the Bar, i8q6-8. 
A leader of the Admiralty Bar. Reporter for the Law Times 
in the Privy Council, 1872-82 and in the Court of Appeal, 
1882-92. Of Groton House, Boxford, Suffolk. J. P. Author, 
legal- Editor of Maritime Law Cases (N.S.), 1870-98. Died 
Nov. 29, 1898, aged "54, at 2, Cleveland Square, Hyde Park, 
London. Buried in St Mary's (Catholic) Cemetery, Kensal 
Green. {The Genealogist, N.S., xxxiv. 141-190; Boase, 
IV. Suppl.) 
ASPINALL, JOHN RALPH. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1896. S. 
of Ralph John (1866), Esq., of Standen Hall, Clitheroe, 
Lanes. B. Apr. 11, 1878. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1896. 
Of Standen Hall and Mytton Hall, Lanes. J. P. Served in 
the Great War (Major, Lancashire Hussars, T.F. Reserve). 
Twice married and had issue. (Burke, L.G. ; Univ. War List ; 
Who's Who, 1938.) 
ASPINALL, JOHN THOMAS [WALSHMAN]. Adm. pens, (age 
18) at Trinity, Oct. 10, 1829. S. and h. of John [of Standen 
Hall, Lanes. J. P., D.L.]. B. there. School, Richmond, 
Yorks (Mr Tate). Matric. Lent, 1831. .^dm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Nov. 5, 1833. Of Standen Hall. D.L. and J. P. for 
Lancashire. M.P. for Clitheroe, 1853. Married his cousin 
EUinor, dau. of Nicholas Aspinall, of Liverpool, May 20, 
1841. Died Nov. 12, 1865. M.I. at Clitheroe. Father of the 
next. (Burke, L.G.) 
ASPINALL, RALPH JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 17, 
1866. S. of John Thomas (above). B. Sept. 26, 1847, at 
Clitheroe, Lanes. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1866; B.A. 
1870; M.A. 1875. Of Standen HaU, Lanes. J. P., D.L. High 
Sheriff, 1880. J. P. for the West Riding of Yorks. Died 
Mayai, 1913. Buried at Pendleton. M.I. Father of John R. 
(1896). {The Genealogist, N.S., xxxiii. 250.) 
ASPINALL, ROBERT AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, (age 23) at 
Trinity, May 12, 1830. S. of Thomas [merchant, of Jamaica, 
afterwards of Liverpool], deceased. B. Feb. 20, 1807, at 
Kingston, Jamaica. [School, Royal Liverpool Institute.] 
Matric. Michs. 1830; B..\. 1834. Held a Commission for 
many years in the Royal Lancashire Militia. Resided at 
Oakfield House, Liverpool; sold it June 16, 1858. D.L. for 
Lanes. Removed to London. Devoted the later years of his 
life to public work. J. P. for Middlesex, 1874. Married Mary 
Isabella Maria, dau. of Richard Selby Lowndes, of Elmers, 
Bletchley. Died Jan. 5, 1885, as the result of being run over 
by a cab in London. Buried in Brompton cemetery. Brother 
of Francis E. (1824). {The Genealogist, N.S., xxxv.) 
ASPINALL [post ASPINALL-DUDLEY], WILLIAM CHARLES 
LAKE. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 3, 1845. S. of James 
(M.A., Oxon.), clerk, of Rochdale, Lanes, [afterwards R. of 
Althorpe, Lines.]. B. Oct. 11, 1825, at Rochdale. Matric. 
Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849. Ord. deacon, 1850; priest (Wor- 
cester) 1851 ; C. of West Bromwich, in 1851. C. of Rawmarsh, 
Yorks., 1853-4. P.C. of St Michael's, Birmingham, 1854-7. 
Chaplain of Gloucester Prison, 1857-65. Married (i) Anna 
Maria, .dau. of J. F. Archbold, Esq., of Gloucester Place, 
London, Sept. 26, 1850; (2) Elizabeth Mary, dau. of John 
Dudley, Esq., of Winsford Lodge, Cheshire, Apr. 30, 1857, 
at St Bride's, Liverpool. Took, by Royal Licence, the 
additional surname and arms of Dudley, Apr. 28, 1857. Died 
Jan. 23, 1866, aged 40. Buried at Gloucester. {The Genea- 
logist, N.S., xxxiv. 142; Crockford.) 
ASPINSHAW, see ASHPINSHAW, JOHN (1783). 
ASPINWALL, CHARLES OLDFIELD. Adm. pens, at Em- 
manuel, June 20, 1870. [S. of J. L., Esq., of 8, Hyde Park 
Square, London. School, Harrow.] Matric. Michs. 1870. 
Died Feb. 11, 1894. {Harrow Sch. Reg.) 
ASPLAND, ISAAC. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke, July 2, 
1793. S. and h. of John, schoolmaster, of Soham, Cambs. 
B. there. [School, Ely Cathedral.] Matric. Michs. 1794; 
Scholar; B.A. {13th Wrangler) 1798; M.A. 1801. Fellow. 
Proctor, 1810. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 21, 1800; priest, 
Dec. 20, 1801. R. of Stonham Earl, Suffolk, 1811-23. Died 
Jan. 30, 1823, aged 43 {sic), at the Glebe House, Stonham 
Earl. (G. Mag., 1823, i.) 



AssHETON, Richard 

ASPLAND, JOHN LEES. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 16, 1859. 
2nd s. of Alfred, surgeon, of Duckinfield, Cheshire. B. there 
Nov. 18, 1844. School, Duckinfield. Matric. Michs. 1859; 
B..\. 1863; M.A. 1866. Brother of Robert (next). 

ASPLAND, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 16, 1859. 
S. and h. of .\lfred, surgeon, of Duckinfield, Cheshire. B. 
there May 21, 1842. School, Duckinfield. Matric. Michs. 
1859. Brother of John L. (above). 

ASPLEN, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
July 3, 1845. Of Cambs. B. Apr. 9, 1825. Matric. Michs. 
1845; B.A, 1849; M.A. 1852. Master at the Perse School, 
Cambridge, 1855-83. Ord. deacon, 1859; priest (Ely) i860; 
C. of Stapleford, Cambs., 1859-60. C. of St Andrew's-the- 
Great, Cambridge, 1861. C. of Chesterton, 1870-3. Chaplain 
of his CoUege, 1864-74 and of Downing College, 1874-84- 
R. of Mepal, Cambs., 1884-92. Author, A Lively Sketch of a 
Trip to Killarney and the South of Ireland; The Seven Churches 
of Asia — a poem. Died Nov. 11, 1892, aged 67, at Mepal. 
Father of Leonard O. (next). {Crockford; Cambridge Chronicle, 
Nov. 18, 1892.) 

ASPLEN, LEONARD OBERLIN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Apr. 27, 1881. S. of George William (above), clerk, of 
Panton Street, Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1881; Scholar, 
1882; B.A. (Class. Trip., 1st Class) 1S85; M.A. 1891. Ord. 
deacon, 1890; priest (Ely) 1891; C. of Mepal, Cambs., 1890. 
C. of St Mary's, Ely, 1891-4. C. of Weston-super-Mare, 
1894-9. C. of Walcot, 1899-1902. R. of Preston, 1902-12. 
V. of Marshfield, 1912-27. Lived latterly at Weston-super- 
Mare. Author, A Thousand years of English Church History 
from the Earliest Times to the Death of Queen Elizabeth. Died 
Jan. 1934 (but name in Crockford, 1937). Father of Urban M. 
(next). {Emmanuel Coll. Mag.) 

ASPLEN, URBAN MORRIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 1, 
1890. S. of Leonard Oberlin (above), clerk, of Mepal rectory, 
Ely, Cambs. B. 1872. [School, Shrewsbury.] Matric. Michs. 
1890. Of King's College Hospital, London, W.C. 

ASPLET, THOMAS GEORGE GIBAUT. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Oct. 7, 1879. S. of Thomas. B. June 2, 1858, in Jersey. 
School, Victoria College, Jersey. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 
1883; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon, 1882; priest (Rochester) 
1883; C. of St Paul's, Heme Hill, Surrey. C. of Camden 
Church, Camberwell, 1883-5. C. of Ash-next-Sandwich, 
Kent, 1885-9. C. of St George's, Newcastle-under-Lyme, 
Staffs., 1890-4. C. of Northam, Devon, 1894-6. C. of St 
HeUers, Jersey, 1896-1906. Died Feb. 6, 1906. (Peile, 11. 
670.) 

ASQUITH, JOHN, see ASKWITH. 

ASSER, RICHARD [JOHN]. .\dm. pens, at Downing, Oct. 6, 
1880. Of The Tower, Belvedere Park, Kent. Matric. Michs. 
1880, as Rich. John. 

ASSER, TOBIAS MICHAEL CHARLES. Hon. LL.D. 1896. 

ASSEY, CHARLES WILLIAM LESLIE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Feb. 19, 1831. Did not reside. B. Aug. 15, 1812. School, 
Westminster. Charles Cheston .\ssey, of the Medical 
EstabUshment of the Bengal Presidency and Secretary and 
Superintendent of the Bengal Military Orphan Institution, 
died Mar. 21, 1821, aged 41. He was a native of Beccles, 
Suffolk. Perhaps father of this man. {Record of Old West- 
minsters; G. Mag., 1821, II. 474O 

ASSHETON, RALPH. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 10, 1847. 
Doubtless s. and h. of William, of Downham HaU and 
Cuerdale, Lanes. B. Dec. 20, 1830. School, Eton. Matric. 
Lent, 1849; B.A. 1S52; M.A. 1856. Of Downham Hall, 
Clitheroe. and Cuerdale, Esq. M.P. for Clitheroe, 1868-80. 
J. P. and D.L. for Lanes. J. P. for West Riding, Yorks. Died 
June 22, 1907, aged 76. Father of Ralph C. (next), Richard 
(1883) and William O. (1885). (Burke, L.G.; Foster, Lanes. 
Pedigrees; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

ASSHETON, RALPH COCKAYNE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Jesus, Oct. i, 1879. S. of Ralph (above), Esq., M.P. B. 
Sept. 13, i860, at Clitheroe. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1879. Of Downham and Cuerdale, Lanes. J. P., 1890, D.L. 
and .Alderman for Lanes. High Sheriff of Lancashire, 1919. 
J. P. for the West Riding. A Director of Hargreaves Collieries, 
Ltd., and of the Union Bank of Manchester. Married and had 
issue. Of Downham Hall, Clitheroe. Lord of the Manor 
of Downham. Brother of Richard (1883) and William O. 
(1885). {Fox-Davies; Who's Who, 1938.) 

ASSHETON or ASHETON, RICHARD. M.A. from St 
Catharine's, 1760. Adm. there June 26, 1760, from 
Oxford. S. of William, of Presteign, Radnor. Matric. 
(Brasenose College) Mar. 5, 1752, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 
i755i as Asheton. {Al. Oxon.) 



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ASSHETON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Aug. 20, 1883. 
2nd s. of Ralph (1847), Esq., of Downham Hall, Clitheroe, 
Lanes. B. there Dec. 23, 1863. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 
1883; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class) 1886; M.A. 1890; 
Sc.D. 1913. Lecturer in Zoology at Owens College, Man- 
chester, 1889-93; in Biology at Guy's Hospital, London, 
1901-14; in Vertebrate Embryology at the Imperial College 
of Science, 1910; in .\nimal Embryology at Cambridge, 
1913-15. F.R.S. Married and had issue. Died Oct. 23, 1915, 
aged 51, at Grantchester, Cambs. Brother of William O. 
(1885), etc. {Cambridge Univ. Reporter; The Times, Oct. 25, 
1915-) 

ASSHETON, WILLIAM ORME. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Oct. 1885. 3rd s. of Ralph (1847), Esq. B. Feb. r6, 1866, at 
Downham, Lanes. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1885; B.A. 
1890; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1892; priest (Ripon) 1894; 
C. of St Luke's, Beeston Hill, Leeds, 1892-5. R. of Bilton, 
Warws., 1895-1935. Rural Dean of Rugby with Dunchurch, 
1912-20. Pr., dio. Coventry, 1936-. Married and had issue. 
Of The Gable House, BUton, Rugby. Brother of Ralph C. 
(1879), etc. (Foster, Lanes. Pedigrees; Crockford, 1938.) 

ASTBURY, ALBERT JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 17, 
1890. S. of James, of Upwood Mount, near Bromsgrove, 
Worcs. B. Feb. 22, 1871, at Birmingham. School, King 
Edward \T, Birmingham (Mr Vardy). Matric. Michs. 1890; 
B.A. 1893. M.I.M.E. Of Wood End, Bamt Green, Worcs. 
Died Oct. 27, 1934, aged 63. 

ASTBURY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 22) at St John's, 
Oct. 20, 1838. Of Staffs. [S. of John, of Cold Neece, Stafifs.] 
Died Nov. 20, 1838, aged 22, at Cold Neece. Brother of 
John S. (1841). (G. Mag., 1839, i. 108.) 

ASTBURY, FRANK LLEWELLYN DAVIES. Matric. Non-Coil. 
Oct. 31, 1899. S. of Joseph. B. Nov. 22, 1872, at Grantham, 
Lines. Schools, Northop, Chambers Street, Grantham, and 
Alum, Mold. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 6, 1900; B..-^. 
1902; M..A. 1906. Ord. deacon, 1902; priest (Worcester) 
1904. C. of St Martin's, Birmingham, 1902-5. C. of St 
Mary's, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, 1905-15. R. of Kirkby- 
la-Thorpe with Asgarby, Lines., 1915-25. Died Nov. 24, 
1927, at Gloucester, as the result of an accident. Buried at 
Painswick. (Peile, 11. 845; Crockford; R. F. Scott; The Times, 
Nov. 26, 1925.) 

ASTBURY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Oct. 8, 1870. S. 
of Thomas. B. Nov. 19, 1849, at Smethwick, Staffs. School, 
Eyke, Suffolk (Mr Darling). Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; 
M.A. 1877. Ord. deacon (Worcester) 1873; priest, 1874; 
C. of Redditch, Worcs., 1873-84. P.C. of Smethwick, 
Birmingham, 1884-1926. Hon. Canon of Birmingham, 
1906-26. Surrogate, dio. Birmingham and Lichfield, 1906- 
26. Died Apr. 23, 1926, aged 76, at Knottsall Lodge, 
Langley. (Peile, 11. 616.) 

ASTBURY, JOHN STEDMAN (or STEEDMAN). Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Pembroke, July 2, 1841. S. of John, farmer, of 
Cold Neece, Eccleshall, Staffs. B. in Staffs. Matric. Michs. 
1841, as Steedman; B.A. 1845. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Jan. 24, 1846, as John Steedman, 3rd s. of John, Esq., of 
Cold Neece, Staffs. Brother of Edward (1838). (Scott, MSS. ; 
Inns of Court.) 

ASTELL, RICHARD WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity, Jan. 8, 1823. S. of William [Thornton; assumed 
surname of Astell in 1807]. B. in London. School, Harrow. 
Matric. Michs. 1823. Of Everton House, Hunts.; succeeded 
his father, Mar. 7, 1847. Entered the Army (Grenadier 
Guards; retired as Col., 1851). Died unmarried May 15, 
1864. (Burke, L.G.; Harrow Sch. Reg.) 

ASTLEY, AYLMER ANTHONY or ANTHONY AYLMER. Adm. 
pens, at Corpus Christi, Feb. 6, 1870, as Anthony A. Of 
Devon. [6th s. of Sir Francis Dugdale, Bart., of Eastleigh, 
Hants.] B. Oct. 10, 1850, at Plymouth. Matric. Lent, 1870. 
Migrated to Trinity, July 9, 1870, as Aylmer, A.; B.A. 1876; 
M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon, 1876; priest (Sarum) 1877; C. of 
Downton, Wilts., 1876-7. R. of Everley, 1877-191 7. Twice 
married and had issue. Died Mar. 9, 1917, at Everley. 
(Burke, P. and B., sub Corbett; Crockford.) 

ASTLEY, BERNARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, 
Apr. 4, 1783. 4th s. of Sir Edward, Bart., of Melton Con- 
stable, Norfolk. B. Aug. 31, 1764, in London. Matric. Michs. 
1783; Scholar; B.A. 1787. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 24, 
1786; priest, Sept. 21, 1788; R. of Little Snoring, Norfolk, 
1788. Married .A.nne, dau. of Edward Hase, of Sail, 
Norfolk, 1787. Died s.p. Nov. 25, 1788, aged 26 (sic). 
Brother of Henry N. (1785) and half-brother of James H. 
(1776). (Burke, P. and B., sub Hastings; G. Mag., 1788, 11. 
1127.) 

ASTLEY, BERNARD ARMINE FREDERIC. Adm. pens, at 
St Catharine's, May 10, 1892. 2nd s. of Frederic Bernard 
[of Burgh Hall, Norfolk]. B. Aug. 4, 1873, in Norfolk. 
[School, Aldenham.] Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar; B..-V. 
1895. Brewer. J. P. and County Councillor for Devon. 



AsTLEY, James [Jacob] Henry 

Served in the Great War (Capt., Devon Regt.; Lieut., 
Training Reserve Battalion and Labour Corps). Of Burton 
Lodge, Brixham, South Devon. Died Mar. 31, 1934. {Alden- 
ham Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List; Burke, P. and B.) 

ASTLEY, BERNARD EDWARD DELAVAL, Baron HASTINGS. 
Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 25, 1873. S. of Delaval Loftus 
(next). Baron Hastings and V. of East Barsham, Norfolk. 
B. there Sept. 9, 1855. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1873. 
Succeeded his father as 19th Baron Hastings, Sept. 28, 
1872. Died unmarried Dec. 22, 1875, of jungle fever, at 
Annamally Hills, Tanjore, Madras. {G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 

ASTLEY, The Hon. DELAVAL LOFTUS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
July 3, 1843. [Apparently confused in the rrintiy Coll. Adm. 
Book with his elder brother Jacob Henry Delaval, who was 
bom May 21, 1822.] 2nd s. of Jacob, Baron Hastings. B. 
Mar. 24, 1825. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1843; M.A. 
1846. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 15, 1851; priest, June 6, 
1852. V. of East Barsham, Norfolk, 1855-71. R. of Little 
Snoring, 1855-71. Succeeded his brother, Jacob Henry 
Delaval, as 18th Baron Hastings, Mar. 8, 1871. .Married 
Frances Diana, dau. of Charles (.Manners-Sutton), Viscount 
Canterbury, Aug. 8, 1848. Died Sept. 28, 1872, aged 47. 
Father of Bernard E. D. (above). {G.E.C., ed. Gibbs.) 

ASTLEY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, July 3, 
1817. 2nd s. of Sir Jacob Henry (1776), Bart. B. Jan. 1799, 
at Melton Constable, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1818. After- 
wards went to Oxford; matric. (St Mary Hall) June 28, 1826, 
age 26. Died Apr. 4, 1846, being found drowned in the 
Ourthe. Brother of Francis L'E. (1828). {Al. Oxon. ; G. Mag. ; 
Burke, P. and B.) 

ASTLEY, FRANCIS DUKINFIELD PALMER. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, Mar. 8, 1843. [S. of Francis Dukinfield, deceased, 
late of Dukinfield Lodge, Cheshire. B. Apr. 24, 1825.] 
Matric. Michs. 1843. Of Felfoot, Lanes., and Dukinfield 
Lodge, Cheshire, Esq. J. P. and D.L. High Sheriff of 
Cheshire, 1854. Married Gertrude Emma, dau. of Col. 
Henry David Jones, R.E., Oct. 7, 1847. Died Mar. 26, 1868. 
Buried at West Dean, near Chichester. (Burke, L.G.; J. P. 
Earwaker, E. Cheshire, 11. 25.) 

ASTLEY, FRANCIS L'ESTRANGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, June 23, 1828; re-adm. July 2, 1835. 3rd s. of 
[Sir] Jacob Henry [Bart.]. B. Feb. 27, 1810, at Melton 
Constable, Norfolk. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1828. 
Lieut.-Col. Commandant Norfolk Artillery, 1855-66. Twice 
married and had issue. Died Apr. 9, 1866, at Chequers 
Court, near Aylesbury, Bucks. Brother of Edward (1817). 
(Burke, P. and B. ; Boose, iv. Suppl.) 

ASTLEY, GEORGE MANNERS. Of Trinity College, Cambridge 
[according to G.E.C., ed. Gibbs, but not found in our re 
cords]. S. of Delaval Loftus (1843), Baron Hastings. B 
Apr. 5, 1857. School, Eton (1871-2). Succeeded his brother, 
Bernard Edward Delaval, as 20th Baron Hastings, Dec. 22 
1875. A well-known sportsman; Steward of the Jockey Club 
Won the Derby with Melton in 1885. Died Sept. 18, 1904 
aged 47. Brother of Bernard E. D. (1873). {G.E.C., ed, 
Gibbs.) 

ASTLEY, HENRY [L'ESTRANGE MILLES]. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, .Apr. 9, 1824. Of Norfolk. [S. and h. of 
Henry Nicholas (1785), clerk. B. Dec. 27, 1804.] Matric. 
Michs. 1824, as Henry Mills {sic); Scholar, 1828; B..A.. 1828. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 27, 1829; priest, June 6, 1830, 
as Henry Milles. R. of Newtimber, Sussex, 1832-3. R. of 
Foulsham, Norfolk, 1833-54. Not in Clergy Lists, 1855. 
Married Dulcibella, dau. of Col. W. Gooch, of Carleton, 
Yorks., May 18, 1841. Died s.p. (Burke, P. and B., sub 
Hastings.) 

ASTLEY, HENRY NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Christ's, 
June 26, 1785. 3rd s. of Sir Edward, Bart., of Melton 
Constable, Norfolk. B. there Jan. 5, 1767. [School, West- 
minster.] Scholar, 1785; matric. Easter, 1786; B.A. 1789; 
M.A. 1792. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 15, 1785. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) Sept. 21, 1791; priest, Sept. 25, 1791; R. 
of Little Snoring, Norfolk, 1791. R. of East Barsham, 
1791-1854. R. of Bintree with Themelthorpe, 1799-1804. R. 
of Foulsham, 1803-33. As Worts Travelling Bachelor, visited 
Italy and Holland. Married Sarah, dau. of Samuel Pitman, 
Esq., of Exeter, Feb. 20, 1798. .'\uthor. Letters. Died Aug. 14, 
1854. Brother of Bernard (1783) and father of Henry (1824). 
{Peile, II. 321; Record of Old Westminsters.) 

ASTLEY, JAMES [JACOB] HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) 
at Trinity, Feb. 26, 1776. S. and h. of Sir Edward, Bart., of 
Melton Constable, Norfolk. B. Sept. 12, 1756. School, 
Westminster. Did not matriculate. M.P. for Norfolk, 1797- 
1817. Succeeded as 5th Bart., Mar. 27, 1802. Inherited the 
Seaton Delaval estates on the death of his uncle, Edward 
Hussey Delaval, 1814. Married Hester, dau. of Samuel 
Browne, of King's Lynn, Norfolk, Jan. 14, 1789. Died 
Apr. 28, 1817, at Melton Constable. Father of Edward 
(1817) and Francis L'E. (1828); half-brother of Bernard 
(1783) and Henry N. (1785). {G.E.C. iii. 56.) 



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ASTLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, c. Michs. 1752- 
S. of Sir Jacob, Bart., of Melton Constable, Norfolk. B. at 
Hindolveston. Schools, Holt (Mr Holmes) and Bury (Mr 
Gamham). Matric. Easter, 1753; Scholar, 1752-6; LL.B. 
1759. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 19, 1758; priest, Oct. 22, 
1758. R. of Thomage and Brinton, Norfolk, 1758-1803. 
R. of Bintree (or Bintry), 1759-71. R- of Foulsham, 1771- 
1803. Died May 28, 1803. M.I. at Thomage. Married 
Catherine, dau. of Henry (? PhiUp) Bell, Esq., of Wallington 
Hall, Norfolk, 1762. {Venn, 11. 68; C. J. Palmer, Perlustration 
of Gt Yarmouth, iii. 357.) 

ASTLEY, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 6, 
1878. S. of John, Esq., of 4, Broad Gate, Coventry, Wanvs. 
Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1883; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon, 
1888; priest (Manchester) 1890; C. of Grimsargh, Lanes., 
1888-91. C. of St Paul's, Colwyn Bay, 1891-1904. R. of 
Sydenham, Ontario, 1904-7. C. of St James's, New Brighton, 
1907-19. V. of Dunham Massey, Cheshire, 1919-29. Died 
Oct. 28, 1929, aged 70, in a London nursing-home. {Crock- 
ford; The Times, Oct. 29, 1929.) 

ASTLEY, JOHN WOLVEY. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Aug. I, 1825. S. of John Wolvey [M.A. (Oxon.), R. of 
Quennington, Gloucs., 1811]. B. Oct. 11, 1805, at Chichester, 
Sussex. Bapt. Jan. 31, 1806, at Cirencester. Matric. Michs. 
1825; B.A. 1830; M.A. 1833. Fellow, 1828-49. Ord. deacon, 
1830; priest (Lincoln) 1834; C. of Priors Quarter, Tiverton, 
Devon, 1832-8. R. of Chalton with Clanfield and Idsworth 
Chapel, Hants., 1847-75- Died Apr. 2, 1875, aged 69. 
Buried at Chalton. {King's Coll. Adm. Reg.; Eton Sch. Lists.) 

ASTLEY, RICHARD JOHN [SULLEN]. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Pembroke, Nov. 26, 179(1. 7th s. of Sir Edward, Bart., of 
Melton Constable, Norfolk [but he is not found in Burke or 
Foster]. B. in London. Scholar, 1796; matric. Michs. 1797. 
Migrated to St Catharine's, Mar. 20, 1800. [For an account of 
the circumstances attending his admission, see note sub 
Atkinson, William (1776).] Re-adm. at Pembroke, May 6, 
1806 (R. J. BuUen); M.B. (Pembroke) 1810. Of Stoke Ferry, 
Norfolk. [Sir Edward Astley married as his third wife, 
Elizabeth Bullen, of Melton Constable, his second wife having 
died in 1792. But Elizabeth Bullen is said to have died 
s.p.m. in 1810.] Died Feb. 7, 1851, aged 73, at Downham 
Market. Occurs as Richard John Grey Boleyne West Astley, 
M.D., of Pembroke College, Cambridge, in G. Mag., 1851, i. 
570. Half-brother of Henry N. (1785), etc. 

ASTLEY, WALTER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Sept. 29, 1900. 
S. of William. B. Jan. 30, 1881, at Nelson, Lanes. School, 
Giggleswick. Matric. Michs. 1900; B..A. 1903. In the loco- 
motive works of the Lanes, and Yorks. Railway Company at 
Horwich, 1903-6; subsequently in charge of locomotive 
sheds at various places on that railway. Living at Carr 
Laund, Nelson, Lanes., in 1922. Served in the Great War 
(Major, Royal Engineers; wounded). {Peile, 11. 844; Univ. 
War List; Gigglesiaick Sch. Reg., 1922.) 

ASTON, CYRIL THORNTON. .•\dm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 2, 
1896. [S. of John Astbury, clerk, late of Cheltenham and St 
John's, Deptford. B. 1877. School, Tonbridge.] Matric. 
Michs. 1896; B.A. 1899; M.A. 1907. Ord. deacon, 1901 ; 
priest (Winchester) 1903; C. of St Simon's, Southsea, Hants., 
1901-5. C. of St Paul's, Onslow Square, London, 1905-9. V. 
of St Matthew's, Rugby, Wanvs., 1909-19. R. of St Thomas's, 
Birmingham, 1919. Died Nov. 4, 19 19. Brother of Randolph 
L. (1888) and William G. (1879). {Tonbridge Sch. Reg.) 

ASTON, FREDERIC MARRINER. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 8, 1886. S. of Joseph Keech, attorney, of West- 
minster, London. B. 1867, at Bayswater. [School, Shrews- 
bury.] Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1896. Football 
(assoc.) 'blue,' 1889. Solicitor, 1892. Of Washaway, Corn- 
wall, in 1909. Served in the Great War (Capt., 2nd Volunteer 
Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry). Killed in 
action, July 31, 1915, aged 48, in Flanders. {Shrewsbury Sch. 
Reg.; R. F. Scott; The Times, Aug. 6, 1915.) 

ASTON, RANDOLPH LITTLETON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1888. 6th s. of John Astbury, clerk, deceased. B. Sept. 6, 
1869, at South Kensington, London. Schools, Cheltenham 
College, Westminster, Berkhamsted and Tonbridge. 
Exhibitioner; matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891; M.A. 1905. 
Football (rugby) 'blue'; played for the English team in 
South Africa, 1891-2. Assistant Master at Blair Lodge 
School, Perthshire, N.B., 1891-2; at Tonbridge School, 
1892-1923; retired. Died Nov. 3, 1930, aged 61. Brother of 
William G. (1879), etc. {Venn, n. 496; Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; 
The Times, Nov. 5, 1930.) 

ASTON, THEOPHILUS [THEODORE]. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, July 6, 1843. S. and h. of Thomas, schoolmaster, of 
Handsworth, Stafis. B. there. Bapt. Jan. 21, 1827. Matric. 
Michs. 1843; Scholar, 1845; B.A. 1847; M.A. 1850. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 14, 1850, as Theodore .\. Called to the 
Bar, 1853. On the Northern Circuit. Bencher, 1872. Q.C., 



Atchison, Arthur Turnour 

1872. A specialist at the Bar in the Law of patents; possessed 
a considerable knowledge of science and was at one time an 
almost indispensable Counsel in difficult cases. Of Sondes 
Place, Dorking, Surrey. Died there Oct. 24, 19 10. (Foster, 
Men at the Bar; Scott, MSS.; The Times, Oct. 27, 19 10.) 

ASTON, WILLIAM FERGUSSON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 13, 1892. S. of William Smart, accountant [died 1876]. 

B. Feb. 20, 1872, at Kensington. Schools, Loretto and Here- 
ford Cathedral. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. 
Ord. deacon, 1895; priest (Durham) 1897; C. of Barnard 
Castle, 1895-7. C. of Stratford-on-Avon (Precentor Curate), 
1897-9. C. of Petersham, 1899-1901. C.-in-charge of Lee- 
on-SoIent, 1901-8. C. of St Anne's, Eastbourne, i9r3-28. 
Died June 14, 1928, aged 56, at 2, Southfields Road, East- 
bourne. {Loretto Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ASTON, WILLIAM GERALD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
1879. S. of John Astbury, clerk. B. Apr. 7, i860, at Kem- 
berton, Salop. [Schools, Cheltenham College, Repton and 
Rossall.] Matric. Michs. 1879; B..^. 1890. Divinity student 
at Trinity College, Toronto, Canada. Ord. deacon (Toronto) 
:886; priest, 1888; C. of St John's Bowmanville, Ontario, 
1886-7. C. of Teddington, Middlesex, 1889-90. Held other 
curacies, 1890-6. R. of Ellingham, Norfolk, 1897-1915. 
Died Oct. 12, 1915. Buried at Ellingham. Brother of 
Randolph L. (1888), etc. {Cheltenham Coll. Reg.;P. E.Towell.) 

ATCHERLEY, DAVID FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Apr. 18, 1836. Did not reside. [S. and h. of David Francis, 
of Marton, Salop, F.R.S., and Attorney-General, who 
assumed the surname of Atcherley in lieu of Jones in 1834.] 
Migrated to Oxford; matric. (University College) Dec. 9, 
1836, age 18; B.A. (Oxon.) 1842; M..'\. 1864. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, May 8, 1840. Called to the Bar, 1850. Of 
Marton, Salop. Succeeded his father, July 6, 1845. Lord of 
the Manor of Marton; also of Whatcroft, Cheshire. D.L. of 
Shropshire. Acting Magistrate for Shropshire and Flintshire. 
High Sheriff of Shropshire, 1864. Died May 3, 1887. (Burke, 
L.G.; Al. Oxon.; Scott, MSS.) 

ATCHERLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Apr. 18, 

1789. S. of James (1748-9), clerk. Head Master of Shrews- 
bury School. B. there. Bapt. Apr. i, 1771, at St Mary's, 
Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1789; B..\. 1793. Ord. deacon 
(Lichfield and Coventry) Feb. 2, 1794; priest, June 14, 1795; 

C. of Grinshill, Salop, 1794; signs the Registers of Stapleford, 
Salop, between 1796 and 1798. Chaplain in the Navy in 
1798. C. of Astley, Salop (succeeding his father) 1804-. 
Brother of Roger (next). {St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

ATCHERLEY, ROGER. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 22, 
1786. Of Salop. S. of James (1748-9), clerk, Head Master of 
Shrewsbury School. Bapt. Feb. 23, 1768, at St Mary's, 
Shrewsbury. School, Shrewsbury. Matric. Michs. 1786. 
Migrated to St Mary Hall, Oxford; matric. there May 5, 

1790, age 22. Signs Registers, as C. of Hughley, Salop, 1818- 
21; and of Sheinton, Salop, 1817-24. (His widow, a dau. of 
Major Rinnell, the geographer, died at Bridgenorth, in 1842; 
see G. Mag., 1842, i. 452 b.) Brother of John (above). 
{Al. Oxon.; St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

ATCHESON, ANTHONY LEIGHTON [SINGLETON]. Adm. pens, 
at St John's, Nov. 21, 1815. S. of Nathaniel, of Ely Place, 
Holbom, London. Matric. Michs. 1816, as Ant. Singleton. 
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 14, 1820, as Anthony Singleton; 
2nd s. of Nathaniel, of Westminster. Ord. priest (London) 
June 13, 1824, as Anthony Singleton. R. of Teigh, Rutland, 
1830-76. [Occurs as Alfred S. in Clergy Lists and Crockford; 
but as Anthony Singleton in Foster, Index Eccles.] Died 
June 18, 1876. (C. R. Hudleston.) 

ATCHESON, HENRY, see ATKINSON, HENRY (1818). 

ATCHESON, ROBERT STEVENSON EDEN. Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Trinity, Jan. 26, 1849. S. of Robert Shank. B. in London. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1854; M.A. 
1857. Ord. deacon, 1858; priest (Carlisle) 1859; C. ofDalston, 
Cumberland, 1858-60. C. of Houghton-le-Spring, 1860-6. 
Apparently remained without cure. Disappears from Crock- 
ford, 1893. 

ATCHISON, ARTHUR TURNOUR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July 12, 1866. S. of Henry Arthur, Lieut. -Col., officer in the 
.\rmy. B. 1846, at Bath. School, Brighton College. Matric. 
Michs. 1866; Scholar, 1867; B.A. 1870; M.A. 1873. Student 
of the Association of Civil Engineers, 1870; Associate, 1874. 
In the office of J. Bailey Denton, C.E., 1876; gained a pre- 
mium of 300 guineas for a scheme for the drainage of the 
Thames Valley. Practised independently, 1878. Employed 
on the Shanghai Waterworks, and water supply of St 
Vincent. Secretary of Section G of the British .Association, 
1874 and 1877-86. Secretary to the Association at Birming- 
ham, 1886; Manchester, 1887; Bath, 1888, and Newcastle, 
1889. Prepared schemes for parhament for Bills for railways, 
etc. Died of consumption, Apr. 21, 1891, at Mentone. Father 
of the next. {Peile, 11. 597.) 



Atchison, George Turnour 

ATCHISON, GEORGE TURNOUR. Adm. peas, at Christ's, 
July 1, 1896. S. of Arthur Tumour (above). B. July 10, 1877, 
in London. School, St Paul's. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. and 
LL.B. 1900; M.A. 1903. A distinguished member of the 
College Boat Club. Assistant Master at St Paul's Preparatory 
School, Colet Court, 1901-6; at Bedford School, 1907-22; 
won many successes as 'coach' of the ist VIII; and be- 
queathed his savings to form the nucleus of a ' Henley Fund.' 
Author (with G. C. Brown), Christ's College Boat Club. Died 
July 27, 192::, at Bedford. {P<^ile, n. 810; Schoolmasters' 
Directory, 1922.) 

ATCHLEY, HAROLD GEORGE SYMONDS. Adm. at Selwyn 
H., Oct. I, 1890. S. of George Frederick, surgeon, of Bristol. 
B. there Aug. 30, 1872. School, Bristol Grammar (Mr R. L. 
Leighton). Matric. Michs. 1890. Migrated to Sidney, Apr. 
15, 1891; B..A. 1894; M.A. 1897. Ord. deacon, 1897; pnest 
(Bath and WeUs) 1898. C. of Ilminster, 1898-1905. C. of 
Portishead, 1905-8. P.C. of Oakhill, Bath, 1908-15. P.C. 
of Godney, Somerset, 1915-18; resigned. Lived latterly at 
Wellington, Somerset. Disappears from Crockford, 1919. 

ATHAWES, ARTHUR SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. I, 1897. Of Kent. S. of Edward James (next), 
stipendiary magistrate, of Nevill House, Chatham. B. Jan. 
22, 1878, at Beckeoham. Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 1900. 
Head Master of Dumpton House School, Broadstairs.Kent; 
there, 1932-3-. Brother of Edward J. S. (1892). {School- 
masters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

ATHAWES, EDWARD JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
June 7, 1854. S. of John (1815), clerk. B. 1836, at Loughton, 
Bucks. School, Winchester. Matric. Michs. 1854; B.A. 1859; 
M.A. 1862. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 24, 1857. Called to 
the Bar, i860. At the Middle Temple, Feb. 26, 1866, ad 
eundem (.■\tthawes, Edw. J.). Stipendiary Magistrate for 
Chatham and Sheemess, 1877-1902. J. P. for Kent. Of 
Nevill House, Chatham. Died there Nov. 1 1, 1902, aged 66. 
Brother of John T. (1857); father of Arthur S. (above) and 
Edward J. S. (next). 

ATHAWES, EDWARD JOHN SPOFFORTH. Adm. pens, at 
Corpus Christi, Oct. i, 1892. Of Kent. S. of Edward 
James (above), Esq., barrister, of Shaftesbury House, 
Rochester. B. Aug. 6, 1873, at Beckenham. School, King's, 
Canterbury. Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar, 1893; B.A. 1895. 
Barrister (Gray's Inn) 1898. Attorney-General and Chief 
Justice, B. Honduras. Resident Magistrate, Jamaica. Died 
Nov. 5, 1924, aged 51, at Kingston, Jamaica. (Scott, MSS; 
W. Cowper.) 

ATHAWES, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 4, 1815. 
[Doubtless 4th s. of Samuel, of Maidstone, Kent; Sacrisla.] 
Matric. Michs. 1815; B.A. 1819; M.A. 1822. Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, May 23, 1815. Called to the Bar, 1821. Ord. deacon, 
1827; priest (Lincoln) 1828. R. of Gt Loughton, Bucks., 
1833-64. J. P. for Bucks, and Northants. Married Miriam, 
dau. of John Browne, of Erith, Hunts. Died May 21, 1864, 
aged 68, at Loughton. Father of Edward J. (1854) and John 
T. (next). (Lipscomb, iv. 240; G. Mag., 1864, 11. 119.) 

ATHAWES, JOHN THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 28, 
1857. [S. of John (1815), R. of Loughton, Bucks. B. Dec. 8, 
1837. School, Winchester.] Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar; 
B.A. 1861; M.A. 1864. Ord. deacon, 1862; priest (Oxford) 
1864; C. of Loughton, 1862-4. C. of East Hendred, 1864-7. 
Head Master of St John's Middle School, Kennington, 1867- 
81. Chaplain at Bologna, 1882. R. of Loughton, Bucks., 
1883-1915. Diocesan Inspector of Schools (Oxford dio.), 
1891. J. P. for Bucks. Chairman of the Newport Pagnell 
Board of Guardians and the Rural District Council. Dis- 
appears from Crockford, 19 16. Brother of Edward J. 
(1854). (Winchester Coll. Reg.) 

ATHERLEY, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity 
May 6, 1790. S. and h. of .Arthur, of Southampton. School, 
Eton. 'Matric. Michs. 1791; B.A. 1795. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Nov. 8, 1791. Banker at Southampton; of the firm of 
Atherley and Fall. J.P. for Southampton and Sussex. 
Borough Magistrate for Southampton. M.P. for Southamp- 
ton, 1806-7, 1812-18, 1831-5. Married Lady Louisa Kerr, 
dau. of WilUam John (Kerr), .Marquis of Lothian, June 2, 
1793. Died Oct. i, 1844, aged 74, at Tower House, Brighton. 
Father of the next and Henry F. (1824). (Eton Coll. Reg.; 
G. Mag., 1844, II. 650; Burke, L.G.) 
ATHERLEY, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 2, 1812. S. and h. of Arthur (above). B. Feb. 8, i794. 
at Southampton. School, Southampton. Matric. Michs. 
1812; M.A. 1816. Ord. deacon and priest, 1818. V. of 
Heavitree, Devon, 1820-57. Preb. of Chichester, 1833-57. 
Married Amelia Elizabeth, dau. of Richard Dawkins, Nov. 8, 
1821. Died Feb. 14, 1857, at 26, Upper Grosvenor Street, 
London. Brother of Henry F. (1824) and father of Sydney 
K. B. (1854). (Burke, L.G. ; G. iVag.j 



Atherton, Philip 

ATHERLEY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
.\pr. 12, 1837. S. of George. B. at Southampton. School, 
Hdrrow. Matric. Michs. 1837. Banker at Southampton. J.P. 
and D.L. for Hants. Died .\pT. 18, 1883. (Harrow Sch. 
Reg.) 

ATHERLEY, HENRY FOX. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Feb. 10, 1824. S. of Arthur (1790). B. at Winchester. School, 
Denham, Bucks. (Mr Haggitt). Matric. Michs. 1824; B..\. 
1828; M.A. 183X. Ord. deacon, 1829; priest (Chichester) 
1830. C. of Upper Beeding, Sussex, 1846-50. V. of Staverton, 
Devon, 1850-74. Disappears from Crockford, 1876. Brother 
of Arthur (1812). 

ATHERLEY, SYDNEY KERR BULLER. Adm. pens, (age 18) 
at Trinity, Apr. 4, 1854. 4th s. of Arthur (1812), clerk. B. 
at Exeter. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1855. Died Feb. 27, 
1878. 

ATHERSTONE-HALES, WILFRED BURCKHARDT, see HALES. 

ATHERTON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Queens', Nov. 6, 1822. 
of Wilts. [3rd s. of Nathan, attorney, of Calne, Wilts. B. 
there 1805.] Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. (33^1^ Wrangler) 
1828. Civil Engineer. M.I.C.E., 182S. Resident Engineer of 
River Clyde, 1832-4. Manager of Claud Girdwood and Co., 
iron founders of Glasgow, 1834-7. Chief Engineer at Wool- 
wich Dockyard, 1847-8 and 1851-62; at Devonport, 1849-51. 
Consulting Engineer in London, 1862-70. Married Christine 
Ferr>'. .Author, The Capability of Steamships; On Marine 
Engine Construction and Classification. Died s.p. May 24, 
1875, at Sandown, Isle of Wight. (Boase.) 

ATHERTON, CHARLES ISAAC. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
.A.pr. 14, i860. S. of Samuel, Esq. B. July 18, 1839, at 
Nottingham. [School, Nottingham.] Matric. Easter, i86o; 
B..\. 1863; M..A. 1866. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1863; priest 
(Lichfield) 1864; C. of Pensnett, Staffs., 1863-7; V., 1867-76. 
R. of Nympsfield, Gloucs., 1876-8. V. of St Paul's, Bed- 
minster, 1878-85. V. of Snaith, Yorks., 1885-6. R. of 
Farringdon, Devon, 1887-9. Canon of Exeter, 1889-1907. 
Treasurer of Exeter Cathedral, 1891-1907. An ardent 
missioner; did splendid work among colliers. At Exeter 
found supporters amongst both high and low churchmen, 
gathering round him a band of devoted missioners. His 
annual meetings at Exeter attended by leading churchmen 
of all parties. Author, religious. Died Oct. i, 1907, in The 
Close, Exeter. Father of Ernest C. (1883). (R. Simms, 
Bibliotheca Staffs. ; Scott, MSS. ; Eagle.) 

ATHERTON, EDWARD ERNEST. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 4, 1883. S. of Thomas (? 1858), clerk. B. Oct. 11, 1864, 
at Bury, Lanes. Matric. Michs. 1883; B..A.. 1886; M.A. 1890. 
Ord. deacon, 1887; priest (Exeter) 1888; C. of St Mary Major, 
Exeter, 1887-90. C. of Bradninch, Devon, 1891-1902. V. of 
Rockbeare, 1902-6. Died there May i, 1906. (Crockford; 
Scott, MSS.) 
ATHERTON, ERNEST CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Oct. 8, 1883. [S. of Charles Isaac (i860), Canon of Exeter. 
School, CUfton College.] Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886; 
MA 1890. Ord. deacon, 1888; priest (Exeter) 1889; C. of 
St Luke's, Torquay, 1888-90. C. of Stoke Damerel, 1891-3. 
V of Holy Trinity, Barnstaple, 1893-1901. V. of St James's, 
Keyham, 1901-33. During the Great War, Chaplain to the 
Forces, 1914-19. Died Mar. 27, 1934. (Clifton Coll. Reg.) 
ATHERTON, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 18) at St John's, 
Oct 19, 1756. S. of John, Esq., of Lanes, [probably of 
Walton Old HaU, Walton-on-the-Hill]. B. at Liverpool. 
School, Macclesfield (Mr Atkinson). Matric. Michs. 1756. 
Doubtless of Walton Old HaU, Lanes. ; High Shenfif of Lanes., 
1780 Married .Anna, dau. of Simon Jacson, R. of Tarporley, 
Cheshire Buried at Walton-on-the-HUl. Will proved 
(Chester) 1789. Father of John J. (1778). (R. Stewart 
Brown, Cal. of Wills at Chester.) 
ATHERTON, JOHN ARMYTAGE. Adm. pens, at Corpus 
Christi, Oct. 14, 1863. Of Vorks. Matric. Michs. 1863, as 
John Armitage. 
ATHERTON, JOHN JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, 
Aug. II, 1778. S. of John (1756), of Walton, Lanes School, 
Wirington (Mr Owen). Matric. Lent, 1779;, Sold Walton 
Old HaU c. 1804, and removed to near Ludlow. (Vtctorta 
Co. Hist.', Lanes., ni. 26; Gregson, Fragments, 142.) 
ATHERTON PHILIP. M.A. from Sidney, 1758. S. of Philip, of 
Totnes Devon. Matric. (Balliol CoUege, Oxford) Apr. 15, 
1736, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1739- FeUow of B^iol (according 
to the Blundell School Reg., but not so styled in Al. Oxon.; 
neither of these authorities records the M.A. degree from 
Sidney). Usher of BlundeU's School, 1746-57; Head Master, 
1757-75- resigned. C. of St Peter's, Tiverton. R. of Kentis- 
burv 1773-^ V. of Minehead, Somerset, till 1777- Died 
Mar 19, 1777, aged 58. Buried at Tiverton. M.I. m St 
Peter's (Cant. Act Bk.;Al. Oaok.; Polwhele, Devon, in. 354-) 



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Atherton, Robert Heys 

ATHERTON, ROBERT HEYS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. i6, 
1847. S. of William, pipe-maker, of Leeds Street, Liverpool. 
B. at St Peter's, Liverpool. Bapt. Nov. 25, 1818 (sic). Matric. 
Michs. 1847; B.A. 1852; M.A. 1856. Ord. deacon (Exeter) 
1849; priest, 1850; P.C. of St John's, Ivybridge, Devon, 
1850-5. V. of St James's, Limehouse, London, 1855-75. 
R. of Walton West with Talbenny, Pembs., 1875-9. V. of 
St Matthew's, Stepney, 1880-3. Chaplain to the Coopers' 
Company. Fellow of the Genealogical and Historical Society. 
Died Nov. 3, 1883, aged 59, at Hove. {Hennessy; Scott, 
MSS.) 

ATHERTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 24, 
1858. S. of Paul, pawnbroker. B. at Bilston, Staffs. Bapt. 
Nov. 29, 1827. Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M.A. 1865. 
Ord. deacon, 1861; priest (Manchester) 1862; C. of Bury, 
Lanes., 1862-6. V. of St Thomas's, Bury, 1866-79. Not in 
Crockford, 1880. Probably father of Edward E. (1883). 

ATHERTON, THOMAS JAMES. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1875. 
S. of the late Sir William, Attorney-General. B. Aug. 29, 
1856, in the parish of St Margaret's, Westminster. School, 
Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1875; B.A. 1879. Entered the 
Army (12th Lancers, 1880; Capt., 1887; Major, 1893; Col., 
1894; Lieut.-Col., 1900). Served in the South African War, 
1899-1902; mentioned in despatches; C.B., 1902. In the 
Great War, Brevet-Col., Reserve Regt. of Cavalry and Labour 
Corps., 1914-18; mentioned in despatches. C.M.G., 1918. 
Died Sept. 27, 1920, at 3, Down Street, Piccadilly, London. 
Brother of Walter H. (1872). (Venn, 11. 418.) 

ATHERTON, WALTER HYDE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
Oct. 1, 1872. S. of Sir WiUiam, late Attorney-General. B. 
in London. School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1872. 
Entered the Army (5th Dragoon Guards, 1874; Capt., 1879; 
Major, 1884). Killed in the battle of Abu Klea, Jan. 17, 1885. 
Brother of Thomas J. (1875). (Venn, 11. 403.) 

ATHERTON, WEBSTER. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Mar. 2, 
1869. Of Lanes. Did not reside. 

ATHERTON, WILLIAM. M.A. from Sidney, 1758. 

ATHILL, see also ATTHILL. 

ATHILL, GEORGE JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 
1871. S. of George, merchant. B. at Islington, London. 
Bapt. May 18, 1846. Matric. Michs. 1871; B.A. 1875; M.A. 
1878. Ord. deacon, 1874; priest (Chester) 1875; C. of Christ 
Church, Bootle, Lanes., 1874-7. C. of St Mary's, Truro, 
1877-84. Diocesan Inspector for Truro, 1879-83; for Win- 
chester, 1883-95. V. of St Bartholomew's, Hyde, Win- 
chester, 1895-7. Died there Dec. 13, 1897. (Crockford; 
Scott, MSS.) 

ATHILL, REMI FRANCIS IMBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 25, 1899. S. of Herbert, clerk, of Digswell rectory, 
Welwyn, Herts. B. Oct. i, 1880, at Exeter. School, Welling- 
ton College. Matric. Michs. 1899, as Fra. Remi Imbert. 
Entered the Army, 1901 (Lieut., Northumberland Fusiliers, 
1903; Adjutant, 6th Batt., 1911). Served in the South 
African War, 1902; Capt., 1913. In the Great War, 1914-18, 
Major, 1916; twice mentioned in despatches. A member of 
the British Mission to the United States, 1917-18. C.M.G., 
1918. Deputy Assistant Adjutant-Gen. in Egypt, 1920-4; 
Lieut.-Col.; retired, 1926. Married and had issue. Of 
Brinkbum High House, Longframlington, Northumber- 
land. (Wellington Coll. Reg.; Univ. War List; Who's Who, 
1938.) 

ATHILL, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity, Nov. 14, 
1803. S. of Samuel [Byam], physician, of Antigua, West 
Indies [sometime President of the Council]. B. Oct. 7, 1786. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Easter, 1806; B.A. 1808. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 29, 1802. Called to the Bar, 1810. 
Died Oct. 21, i8n, aged 25, at Antigua. (V. L. Oliver, 
Antigua; G. Mag.) 

ATHORPE, GEORGE MIDDLETON, see MIDDLETON. 

ATHORPE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, 
Mar. 16, 1791. Of Yorks. S. and h. of Robert, Esq. School, 
'Hipperam.' Matric. Michs. 1791; B.A. 1796; M.A. 1799. 
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 3, 1795. Called to the Bar, 
1799. Died Nov. 22, 1820. 

ATHOW, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 23, 1801. Of 
Norfolk. S. of Robert. Matric. Michs. 1802; Scholar, 1803; 
B.A. 1807. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 22, 1807; priest, 
June 12, 1808; R. of St Edmund-the-King, Norwich, 
1808-17. R- of Hulcot (or Hullcott), Bucks., 1817-42. Died 
there Apr. 9, 1842, aged 66. (G. Mag., 1842, 11. 102.) 

ATKEY, FREDERICK WALTER. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Oct. II, 1862. [S. of James, of Chichester. B. Nov. 29, 
1843.] Matric. Michs. 1862; B.A. 1866. Solicitor. Of 14, 
Austin Friars, London; afterwards of ga, Sackville Street, 
London. Lived latterly at Wallington, Surrey. Died Jan. 20, 
1922. Father of James F. H. (next). 



Atkins, George 

ATKEY, JAMES FREDERICK HAYNES. Adm. at Pembroke, 
Oct. 1895. S. and h. of Frederick Walter (above), solicitor, 
of 14, Austin Friars, London. B. Nov. 27, 1876, at 12, St 
Philip's Road, Surbiton, Surrey. Schools, St Lawrence 
College and Highgate. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898. Adm. 
Solicitor, Nov. 1901; of 12, Park Place, St James's Street, 
London, S.W. i. Of Atkey, Turner and Co. Served in the 
Great War (Capt., Royal Field Artillery; wounded). Married 
and had issue. Of The Croft, Oxshott, Surrey. Died there 
June 5, 1938. (Univ. War List; Law List, 1937; St 
Lawrence Sch. Reg.; The Times, June 7, 1938.) 

ATKEY, SIDNEY CHARLES. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1892. 
S. of C. T., Esq., of 296, Upper Richmond Road, Putney, 
London, S.W. School, Haileybury. Matric. Michs. 1892; 
B.A. 1895. Solicitor. Of Glendon, Broadstone, Dorset. Not 
in Law List, 1936. Served in the Great War (Capt., Hamp- 
shire Regt.). (Haileybury Sch. Reg.; Univ. War List.) 

ATKIN, EDWARD WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 12, 1876. S. of Joseph, porter merchant. B. Mar. 8, 
1857, at Nottingham. .School, Nottingham High (Mr R. 
Dixon, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1876. One Edward Atkin, of 
Upper Homsey Rise, died Nov. 17, 1935, aged 78. (The 
Times, Nov. 18, 1935.) 

ATKIN, ERIC EDWIN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 2, 1899. S. of 
Edwin Aaron, gent., of Ravenswood, Surrey Road, Bourne- 
mouth. B. May 31, 1881, at 23, Braithwaite Road, Bir- 
mingham. Schools, Bluudell's, Tiverton, and Bournemouth 
High. Matric. Michs. 1899; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class) 
1902; M.B. 1907. Fishmongers' Research Scholar, 1907. 
Research work at the State Serum Institute, Copenhagen, 
1908-10. At the London Hospital. Beit Memorial Fellow- 
ship for Medical Research, 1911. Assistant Bacteriologist at 
the Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine, Chelsea, 191 1. 
Served in the Great War (Capt., R.A.M.C). Director of the 
Pathological Department, Brompton Hospital, S.W. 3, 
1926-. (Venn, iii. 394; Medical Directory, 1937; Univ. War 
List.) 

ATKIN, HOPE TWEEDALE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Aug. 6, 1874. S. and h. of George, merchant, of Liverpool. 
B. Apr. 14, 1856, at Rock Ferry, Cheshire. [School, Mill 
HiU.] Matric. Michs. 1874. Deacon and deputy treasurer of 
Highiield, Liverpool Congregational Church. Governor of 
Birkenhead Institute. An active member of various muni- 
cipal and religious bodies. Of Eccles Street, Liverpool, and 
subsequently of Birkenhead. Died Mar. 28, 1921. Brother of 
Peter W. (1877). (Mill Hill Sch. Reg.) 

ATKIN, MATTHEW HENRY. Matric. Non-Coll. June, 1887. 

ATKIN, PETER WILSON. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 1, 
1877. 2nd s. of George, Esq. [manufacturer, of Rock Ferry, 
Cheshire]. B. Feb. 4, 1859, at Birkenhead. Schools, Royal 
Institution, Liverpool, and Mill Hill (Dr Weymouth). Matric. 
Michs. 1877; B.A. 1882; M.A. and LL.M. 1885. Rowing 
'blue,' 1881-3. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 12, 1879. 
Called to the Bar, 1883. On the Northern Circuit. Deputy 
Recorder of Liverpool. Assistant Recorder of Bolton. On 
the Birkenhead Town Council, Education Committee, etc. 
J. P. Stipendiary Magistrate of Salford, 1913-31. Chairman 
of the Manchester Munition Committee, 1915-16. Arbitrator 
in the Ship Canal Strike, 1916. Chairman of the Salford 
Tribunal. O.B.E., 1918. A strong advocate of Children's 
Courts long before they were established. Of 6, Park Lane, 
Kersal, Manchester. Brother of Hope T. (1874). Died Feb. 
27, 1931, aged 72, at Manchester. (Mill Hill Sch. Reg.; The 
Times, Feb. 28, 1931.) 

ATKIN, REGINALD WILLIAM. Matric. Non-Coll. Michs. 1898; 
B.A. 1902. 

ATKIN, ROBERT LAURENCE. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 1, 
1889. B. Sept. 6, 1870. Matric. Michs. 1889. 

ATKINS, EDWARD JAMES. Matric. Non-CoU. Oct. 1882; 
B.A. 1885; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon, 1889; priest (Peterb.) 
1890; C. of St Leonard's, Leicester, 1889-93. C. of Foxton, 
1893-6. C. of Market Harborough, 1896-1900. R. of Isham, 
Northants., 1900-36-. Rural Dean of Rothwell, 1924-37. 
(Crockford, 1938.) 

ATKINS, FRANCIS. M.A. from Emmanuel, 1770. S. of John, 
of Renwick, Cumberland. Matric. (Queen's College, Oxford) 
Mar. 27, 1738, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1742. V. of Horsham, 
Sussex, 1769-96. V. of Clymping (al. Stymping) 1772-86. 
R. of Poynings, 1786-96. Preb. of Chichester, 1781-96. Died 
1796. (Al. Oxon. ; Cant. .Act Bk. ; Le Neve, Fasti Eccles., i. 279.) 

ATKINS, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 16, 1865. 
S. and h. of George, of Winkfield, Berks. B. July 15, 1846, 
at Brompton, London. School, Oundle (Dr Stansbury). 
Matric. Michs. 1865; B.A. 1869. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Oct. 23, 1869. Called to the Bar, 1872. Conveyancer and 
equity draftsman. Of Norbiton Lodge, New Maiden, Surrey, 
in 1885. Died Dec. 2, 1923, at 50, Holland Street, Ken- 
sington. (Foster, Men at the Bar; Scott, MSS.) 



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ATKINS, GEORGE ESTLIN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1889. S. 
of Edward, clerk and schoolmaster, of Leicester. B. there 
Feb. 17, 1870. School, Wyggeston, Leicester (Mr Went). 
Matric. Michs. 1889; Exhibitioner, 1891; B.A. 1892; M.A. 
1896. M.A. incorp. at Dublin, 1905; LL.B. and LL.D. 
(Dublin) 1905. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) 1894; priest, 1895; C. 
of St Mark's, Leicester, 1894-7. C.of King's Chile, Northants., 
1897-9. R. of Scole, Norfolk, 1900-1. V. of Tibshelf, Derbs., 
1901-17. R. of Denver, Norfolk, 1917-31. Rural Dean of 
Fincham, 1924-31. V. of Chatteris, Ely, 1932-6-. Rural 
Dean of March and Hon. Canon of Ely, 1934-- Proctor in 
Convocation, 1929-. Brother of Henry E. (1889). {Venn, 11. 
505; Crockford, 1938.) 

ATKINS, GEORGE MARTIN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Downing, 
June 16, 1 84 1. [S. of Edward, Esq., late of Kingston Lisle, 
Berks. B. 1816. School, Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1841. 
Served as Lieut., with the 52nd Regt. Of Fernham, Farring- 
don, Devon. Died there Mar. 27, 1884. {Rugby Sch. Reg.) 

ATKINS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Sidney, June 29, 
1754. S. and h. of Henry, Esq. B. at Chittle-Hampton, 
Devon. School, Tiverton (Mr Daddo). Matric. Michs. 1754; 
Scholar; B.A. 1759- 

ATKINS, HENRY ATKINS NEWELL. Adm. pens, at Clare, 
Oct. 9, 1875. [S. and h. of Henry Atkins Newell, of Warren- 
point, Co. Down, Ireland.] Matric. Michs. 1875- Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, May 12, 1879; no call; name withdrawn, 1890. 
(R. L. Lloyd.) 

ATKINS, HENRY ERNEST. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 18, 1889. S. of Edward, clerk, of Leicester. B. there 
Aug. 20, 1872. School, Wyggeston Grammar, Leicester. 
Matric. Michs. 1890; Scholar; B.A. {gth Wrangler) 1893; M.A. 
1901. Assistant Master at Northampton and County School, 
1898-1901 ; at Wyggeston Grammar School, Leicester, 1902- 
8. Principal of Huddersfield College, 1909-35-. Brother of 
George E. (1889). {T. A. Walker, 613; Scltoohnasters' 
Directory, 1932-3.) 

ATKINS, HENRY GIBSON. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1895. S. of Job, of The Cottage, Over Whitacre, Birmingham. 
B. Jan. 3, 1871, at Cheadle, Cheshire. School, Atherstone 
Grammar, Warws. (Mr Churchill). Matric. Michs. 1895; 
Exhibitioner; B.A. (Mod. and Med. Lang. Trip., ist Class) 
1898; M.A. 1932. Professor of German at King's College, 
London, 1900-37; Fellow, 1912; Principal, 1925-37. D.Lit. 
(London). Author, A History of German Versification. Of 
Timber Hill Lodge, Caterham Valley, Surrey. {Reg. of the 
Senate, 1937; Univ. Cal., 1935-6; Who's W>io, 1939) 

ATKINS, HORACE JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 16, 
1870. S. of Charles Cadywold {sic), land agent. B. Aug. 5, 
1851, at Coston, Norfolk. Matric. Michs. 1870; B.A. 1874; 
LL.M. 1877. Ord. deacon, 1874; priest (Rochester) 1876; C. 
of Ovington, Suffolk, 1874-81. C. of Sibstone, Leics., 1881-2. 
V. of Easton-Maudit, Northants., 1882-^0. R. of Harring- 
ton, 1890-1915. Disappears from Crockford, 1916. 

ATKINS, HUGH LESLIE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Aug. 11, 
1900. S. of John, clerk. Head Master of Newbury Grammar 
School, Berks. B. July 22, 1882, at Newbury. School, 
Newbury Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1900; B.A. 1903; M..-\. 
1913. Ord. deacon, 1906; priest (Winchester) 1908; C. of 
Freemantle, 1906-15. C. of Scholing, 1915-21. C. of St 
Mary's, Southampton, 1921-5. R. of Ovington and V. of 
Itchin Stoke with Abbotstone, 1925-36-. {Crockford, 1938.) 

ATKINS or ATKYNS, JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, Apr. 16, 1770. S. of Thomas, of Rolleston, Staffs. 
School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 1770; Scholar; B.A. 1774; 
M.A. 1777, as Atkyns. Fellow. Ord. priest (Peterb.) June 16, 
1776. R. of St Michael's, Long Stanton, Cambs., 1782-1819. 
Died 1819, aged 69 (Atkyns). (G. Mag., 1819, i. 655; H. I. 
Longden.) 

ATKINS, JOHN BLACK. Adm. (age 18) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 
1889. 3rd s. of James Bucknell, Esq., of Anerley, near 
London. B. there Nov. 5, 1871. School, Marlborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; M.A. 1896. Journalist. 
Special correspondent to the Manchester Guardian in the 
Turco-Greek War, 1897; in the Spanish-American War, 
1898; and in the South African War, 1899-1900. London 
Editor of the Manchester Guardian, 1900-4. Paris corre- 
spondent to the Standard. Assistant editor of the Spectator, 
1907-26. Editor of The Guardian, 1931-6; of A Monthly 
Bulletin, a magazine devoted to the improvement of Public 
Houses, 1931-. A member of the Council of the Life and 
Liberty Movement, 1921-5. A member of the Executive 
of the Imperial War Relief Fund, 1922-5. Married and had 
issue Of Hides Close, Beaulieu, Hants., and 49, Sloane 
Gardens, London, S.W. i. Author, The War in Cuba; Relief 
of Lady smith; Life of Sir W. H. Russell; Memoir of Professor 
E. G. Browne, etc. Brother of Percy C. (1881). {Marlborough 
Coll. Reg.; Who's Who, 1938; Reg. of the Senate, 1937.) 



Atkinson, Augustus Dunbar 

ATKINS, JOHN WILLIAM HEY. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July 28, 1898. S. of Lewis, painter [died Oct. 1892]. B. 
Oct. 22, 1S74, at Swansea. School, University College of 
Wales, Aberystwyth [afterwards at London University; 
B.A. (London)]. Matric. Michs. 1898; Prizeman; Scholar; 
B..\. (Med. and Mod. Lang. Trip., ist Class) 1901 ; M.A. 1906. 
Fellow, 1905-11. Lecturer in English at the University of 
Manchester, 1903-6. Professor of English Language at Uni- 
versity College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1906-36-. Of Islwyn, 
Aberystwyth. Author, Literary Criticism in Antiquity; 
contributed to the Cambridge History of English Literature 
(Vols. I and ni). {Who's Who, 1938.) 

ATKINS, JOSEPH JOHN. Matric. Non-CoU. May 6, 1892. Ord. 
deacon, 1894; priest (Peterb.) 1895; C. of St Paul's, Peter- 
borough, 1894-8. C. of Northill, 1898-1901. C. of Leighton 
Buzzard, 1901-7. V. of Marsworth, 1907-15. V. of Cople, 
Beds., 1915-36. Not in Crockford, 1937. 

ATKINS, PERCY COLQUHOUN. Adm. (age 19) at Pembroke, 
Oct. 6, 1881. S. and h. of James B. [Elder Brother of Trmity 
House], Esq., of Anerley, near London. B. Sept. 13, 1863, 
at Kensington, London. Schools, Merchant Taylors' and 
Marlborough. Matric. pens. Michs. 1881; B..A. 1884; LL.M. 
1888; LL.D. 1894. Adm. Solicitor, 1888 [of the firm of 
Kerly Sons and Karith]. Of 10-11, Austin Friars, London, 
E.C., and of Northwood, Bridle Road, Purley, Surrey. 
Died May 19, 1935, at Croydon. Brother of John B. (1889). 
{Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Marlborough Coll. Reg.) 

ATKINS, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Mar. 31, 
1849; clerk. S. of Thomas. B. at Coventry, Warws. 

ATKINS, WALTER. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 27, i877- 
S. of Francis Thomas, chemist. B. July 11, 1858, at Wool- 
wich, Kent. Bapt. Aug. 11, 1858. Matric. Michs. 1877; 
B.A. 1881; M.A. 1884. Ord. deacon, 1883; priest (Lichfield) 
1884; C. of Cannock, 1883-5. C. of All Saints', Battersea, 
1885-7. C. of Hampstead, 1887-90. C. of St John the 
Evangelist, Kilburn, 1890-4. C. of Grey Friars, Reading, 
1895-7. C. of Gt with Little Horkesley, 1897-1907. R. of 
Hinxworth, Herts., 1907-32; retired. Died at Oxford, Feb. 26, 
1939. {Crockford, 1938.) 

ATKINSON, ALEXANDER. Matric. sizar Non-CoU. Michs. 
1884. 

ATKINSON, ANTHONY [OWST]. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Clare, 
Apr. I, 1841. B. at Beverley, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1841; 
B.A. 1846; M.A. 1849; LL.D. 1870, as Ant. Owst. Founder 
of the Owst Prize, 1869. {Clare Coll. Hist.) 

ATKINSON, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 7, 
1852. Of Yorks. [S. of John, of Leeds. B. there Mar. 24, 
1834.] Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856; M.A. 1859. Ord. 
deacon, 1857; priest (York) 1858. V. of Audlem, Cheshire, 
1865-95. Rural Dean of Nantwich, 1872-95. Hon. Canon of 
Chester, 1880-1915. Resided latteriy at Highfield, Northop, 
Flints. Died there Oct. 24, 1915, aged 81. {Vis. of England 
and Wales, xviii. (Cotton Pedigree) ; Scott, MSS.) 

ATKINSON, ARTHUR GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Sept. 30, 1900. S. of John George, of 2, Essex Grove, 
Norwood, Surrey. B. May 3, 1881, in London. School, St 
Olave's Grammar, Southwark (Mr Rushbrooke). Matric. 
Michs. 1900; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., 1st Class) 1905; B.C. and 
M.B. 1911; M.D. 1915. At St George's Hospital, London. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1908. Resident Medical Of&cer at 
Croydon Borough Fever Hospital. House Surgeon at the 
General Infirmary, SaUsbury. Served in the Great War 
(Capt., R.A.M.C). M.B.E. School Medical Officer, East 
Suffolk County Council. Address, County Hall, Ipswich. 
{Medical Directory, 1938; Univ. War List.) 

ATKINSON, ARTHUR HASLEHURST. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. II, 1880. 2nd s. of William Stephen (1838), Director of 
Public Instruction, Bengal, deceased. B. Jan. 29, 1862, at 
Calcutta. School, Highgate Grammar (Mr McDowell). 
Matric. Michs. 1880; Scholar; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1892. School- 
master; sometime at Llandaff Cathedral School. Assistant 
Master of Dulwich College, 1887-92. Head Master (Junior 
School) of Dover College, 1893-9-; of Brockhurst Schoo , 
Church Stretton, Salop, 1901-19-. {Dover Coll. Reg.; School- 
masters' Directory, 1919.) 

ATKINSON, AUGUSTUS DUNBAR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
Tune 30, 1888. S. of James George. B. Dec. 14, 1869, at 
Wakefield. School, Frith College, Sheffield. Matric. Michs. 
i888- B A. 1891; M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon, 1892; priest 
(Peterb.) 1894; C. of Loughborough, 1892-5. C. of Prestbury, 
1895-8. V. of Wincle, Cheshire, 1898-1903. Chaplain to 
Three Counties Asylum, Hitchin, Herts., 1903-18. V. of 
Roxby with Risby, Lines., 1918-32- R- of Clopton with 
Thuming, 1932-4. Died Mar. 4, 1934. aged 64. {Petle, 11. 
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ATKINSON, BRYAN WALLER. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity, Feb. 19, 1850. S. and h. of William Waltham. 

B. May 30, 1832, at Burton, Westmorland. School, Sed- 
bergh, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1850, as B. WaUis (sic). Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, May 20, 1853. J. P. for Westmorland and 
Lancashire. Capt. in the Duke of Lancaster's Own Militia; 
went with his regiment to Corfu and Zante during the 
Crimean War. Died Jan. 6, 1873. (Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

ATKINSON, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Mar. 30, 
1812. One, Charles .■\tkinson, LL.D., R. of Creggan, Co. 
Armagh, for 33 years, died Mar. 4, 185 1; he was adm. at 
Trinity College, Dublin, July 3, 1809, age 16; s. of Anthony; 
b. in Co. Tipperary; LL.B. and LL.D. (Dublin) 1828. (G. 
Mag., 1851, I. 677; Al. Dubl.) 

ATKINSON, CHARLES JAMES. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Nov. 20, 1867. 4th s. of Joseph Milner (1819), of Glengow 
House, St Leonard's-on-Sea, Sussex. B. Jan. 3, 1850, at 
Heworth, Yorks. School, Cheltenham College. Matric. 
Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872; M.A. 1878. Died Feb. 27, 1917, at 
Bathwick Hill House, Bath. Brother of Edward (1864) and 
William F. (1855). (R. F. Scott; The Times, Mar. 2, 1917.) 

ATKINSON, CHARLES MILNER. Adm. at Clare, Mar. 28, 
1873. [S. and h. of James George, physician, of Rotherham, 
Yorks. B. Nov. 6, 1854.] Matric. Michs. 1873; Scholar; 
Exhibitioner and Prizeman; B.A. (16th Wrangler) 1877; 
M..'\. and LL.M. 1880. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 20, 
1875. Called to the Bar, 1878. On the Northern Circuit. 
Stipendiary Magistrate for Leeds, 1894-1920. J. P. for the 
West Riding, Yorks. Of 47, FrognaU, Hampstead, Middlesex. 
Author, Magistrates' Annual Practice; Jeremy Bentham; Life 
of Sir Samuel Romilly, etc. Died Dec. 5, 1920, at Leeds. 
(The Times, Dec. 13, 1920; Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

ATKINSON, CHARLES WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Jesus, Dec. 11, 1813. [S. of William (i775), clerk.] B. Feb. 
16, 1795, at Bradford, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1814. Died 
Mar. 17, 1815, aged 20, at Cambridge. Brother of John W. 
(1819), Johnson M. C. (1829) and Joseph M. (1819). (H. 
Speight, Lower Wharf edale, 415.) 

ATKINSON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age 24) at St John's, 
May 29, 1759. B. in Lanes. School, Sedbergh. Did not 
matriculate. C. of Rushden, Northants., 1758; afterwards 

C. of Yelden, Beds.; occurs in Rushden Reg., 1760. R. of 
Yelden, Beds., 1770-7. Author, Sermons. Died June 13, 
1777- [To be distinguished from a contemporary namesake 
at Oxford.] {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.; R. F. Scott; G. Mag.; 
H. I. Longden.) 

ATKINSON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 3, 1773. 3rd s. of Christopher [V. of Thorp-Arch, 
Yorks.]. School, Thorp-.\rch (Mr Atkinson). Matric. Michs. 
1773; Scholar, 1776; B.A. {5th Wrangler) 1778; M.A. 1781. 
Fellow, 1780. Migrated to Trinity Hall. Fellow of Trinity 
Hall, 1781-5. Tutor. Ord. deacon (Ely) Mar. 18, 1781; 
priest (Peterb.) June 23, 1781. V. of St Edward's, Cambridge, 
1781-5. Whitehall Preacher, 1784. V. of Wethersfield, Essex, 
1785-95. Married Catherine, dau. of Sir Peter Byrne 
Leicester, Bart., of Tabley, Cheshire, June 13, 1785. Died 
Mar. 18, 1795. Buried at Wethersfield. Brother of Johnson 
(1756), Miles (1758) and WUUam (1775); father of John 
(1805). {Yorks. Genealogist, i. 58.) 

ATKINSON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, 
July 5, 1791. S. of Miles (1758), V. of Kippax, Yorks. School, 
Leeds Grammar. Matric. ^Iichs. 1792; Scholar; B..-^. 1796; 
M.A. 1799. Ord. deacon (London) Apr. 17, 1796. P.C. of 
Elland, Yorks., 1802-43. C. of St Paul's, Leeds, 1811-43. 
Died May 15, 1843, aged 70. Brother of Thomas (1797); 
father of Christopher (next) and William (1832). {London 
Ord. Bk.; G. Mag., 1843, 11. 213.) 

ATKINSON, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Trinity, 
July 7, 1821. S. of Christopher (1791), clerk. B. at Elland, 
Yorks. School, Heath, Yorks. (.Mr Wilkinson). Matric. 
Michs. 1822; B.A. 1826; M.A. 1835. The Rev. Christopher 
Atkinson, Reader of St James's, Bury St Edmunds, died 
1839, aged 36. Brother of William (1832). (G. Mag., 1839, 
II. 208.) 

ATKINSON, CORBETT WADSLEY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 28, 1889. S. of Thomas, Esq., of Postland, Croyland, 
Peterborough. [School, Wyggeston, Leicester.] Matric. 
Michs. 1889; B.A. 1892; U..\. 1896. Assistant Master at 
King Edward's School, Chelmsford, for 10 years. Head 
Master of the Grammar School, Normanton, 1897-; of 
Ilkley Grammar School, Yorks., 1904-15. Died (?) 1916. 
(Schoolmasters' Directory.) 

ATKINSON, EDMUND WILLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, Jan. 30, 
1875. Matric. Lent, 1875. [Perhaps s. of Thomas, R. of 
Kirby Sigston, Yorks, and Henrietta, dau. of Capt. George 
W. Willes, R.N.] Ord. deacon, 1879; priest (Worcester) 
1880; C. of Brailes, 1879-80. R. of Harewell, 1880^-1901. 



ATKINSON, Frederick Cook 

C. of Seaton-Ross, 1880-1901. R. of Kirby- Sigston, Yorks., 
1901-36. Died there Mar. 19, 1936, aged 81. {Crockford; 
The Times, Mar. 21, 1936.) 

ATKINSON, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Clare, Apr.. 5, 1838. 
[S. of Edward, perfumer, of Leeds. B. Aug. 6, 1819. School, 
Leeds Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1838; Scholar; B.A. {^rd 
Classic) 1842; M.A. 1845; B.D. 1853; D.D. 1859. Fellow, 
1842. Tutor, 1850. Lecturer in Classics. Master of the 
College, 1856-1915. Vice-Chancellor, 1862, 1868, 1869, 1876 
and 1877. Ord. deacon, 1844; priest (Ely) 1846. Fellow of 
Winchester College, 1875-90. Married Miss Carter Smith. A 
conscientious and indefatigable worker, 'who lived to see 
the old order replaced by a new, but still maintained the 
traditional aloofness and Olympian dignity so long associated 
with the Headship of a College.' Benefactor to the College 
Library. Died Mar. i, 1915, at the Lodge. {Clare Coll. Hist., 
I. 198.) 

ATKINSON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 12, 
1849. S. of Joseph, currier. B. at Knottingley, near Ponte- 
fract, Yorks. Bapt. Oct. 3, 1830. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 
Michs. 1849. In the Customs in London; afterwards at 
Liverpool. Died in Canada. {Sedbergh Sch. Reg.) 

ATKINSON, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Feb. 24, 
1864. [3rd s. of Joseph Milner (1819). B. Aug. 31, 1845.] 
Matric. Mchs. 1864; B..\. 1868; M.A. 1882. Ord. deacon, 
1869; priest (Worcester) 1870; C. of Inkberrow, Worcs., 
1869-74. Living at Richmond, Yorks., in 1886, without 
cure. R. of Dorsington, Gloucs., 1895-1922. Died there 
Apr. 1922. Brother of Charles J. (1867), etc. {Crockford; 
Scott, MSS.) 

ATKINSON, EDWARD DUPRfe. Adm. (age 18) at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1873. S. and h. of Richard, solicitor, deceased 
[formerly of Gortmore, Dundrum, Dublin]. B. Feb. 2, 1855, 
in Dublin. Schools, Thorpe Mandeville and Rugby. Matric. 
Michs. 1873; LL.B. 1877. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 29, 
1875. Called to the Irish Bar, 1878. Ord. deacon (Down) 
1880; priest, 1881; C. of Seapatrick, Co. Down, 1880-4. R- 
of Donaghcloney, Lurgan, 1884-1919. Rural Dean of 
Shankill, 1905-17. Archdeacon of Dromore, 1905-29; 
resigned. Canon of Belfast, 1905-29. Examining Chaplain 
to the Bishop of Down, 1907-19. V. of Kilbroney, 1919-31; 
resigned. Married and had issue. Author, An Ulster Parish; 
Dromore; An Ulster Diocese; Recollections of an Ulster Arch- 
deacon, etc. Died Apr. 26, 1937, aged 82, at St Helen's Bay, 
Co. Down. (Venn, 11. 409; H. B. Swanzy, Dromore Diocese; 
The Times, May i, 1937.) 

ATKINSON, EDWARD WILLIAM. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1900. S. of Joseph, surgeon, of Romaldkirk, Darlington. 

B. Sept. 30, 1881, at Eggleston, Durham. Schools, Epsom 
College and Denstone (Rev. D. Edwardes). Matric. Michs. 
1900; B.A. 1903. Student at the London Hospital, 1903. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., igii. Sometime House Surgeon of 
Poplar Hospital for Accidents; aftersvards Hon. Surgeon. 
Served in the Great War (Capt., R..\.M.C.). Of Long Buckby, 
Northants., 1937- (Venn, in. 401; Denstone Sch. Reg.; 
Medical Directory, 1938.) 

ATKINSON, FRANCIS HOME. Adm. pens, at Caius, Mar. 27, 
1858. S. of Francis Baring, Esq., of Rampsbeck Lodge, 
Penrith, and Morland Hall, Westmorland. B. Mar. 2, 1840, 
at Newbiggin House, Newbum, Northumberland. School, 
Rossall. .Matric. Michs. 1858; B.A. 1862; M..\. 1865. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) 1864; priest, 1865; C. of East Dereham, 
Norfolk, 1864-5. C. of Freshwater, Isle of Wight, 1867-8. 

C. of Withycombe Raleigh, 1869-72. For a time private 
tutor in Tennyson's family. V. of Frocester, Gloucs., 1872-3. 
P.C. of Minley, Hants., 1874-80. P.C. of St Paul's, Jersey, 
1880-3. C. of All Saints', Jersey, 1887-94. Of Morland Hall, 
Westmorland. Succeeded his father as Lord of the Manor of 
Morland, 1864. Married and had issue. Died Mar. 23, 1901, 
at St Heller's, Jersey. {Venn, 11. 338; Burke, L.G.) 

ATKINSON, FREDERIC. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 8, 1849. 
[S. of John, Esq.], of Little Woodhouse, Leeds. [School, 
Rugby.] Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 1856. Ord. 
deacon, 1854; priest (Peterb.) 1855; C. of Sapcote, Leics., 
1854-5. C. of Sheffield, 1856-60. C. of Long Eaton, Notts., 
1860-4. v., 1864-81. Rural Dean of Ockbrook, 1880-1. 
R. of Darley, Derbs., 1881-1905. Surrogate of the dio. of 
Southwell, 1885-1913. Secretary to the Derby Archidiaconal 
Board of Education, 1890-8. Rural Dean of Bakcwell, 
1891-1904. Hon. Canon of Southwell Cathedral, 1892-1915. 
Died Feb. 27, 1915, aged 84, at i, Charnwood Street, Derby. 
(Rugby Sch. Reg.; Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

ATKINSON, FREDERICK COOK. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Dec. 12, 1865. S. of William Cook. B. Aug. 20, 1841, at 
Norwich. [Bapt. Oct. 23, 1857.] Mus.Bac. 1867. Organist 
of Manningham Church, Bedford (? Mannington, Norfolk). 
Assistant Organist and subsequently Organist of Norwich 
Cathedral, 1881-5; of St Mar>''s Parish Church, Lewisham, 
i886y97-. Musical composer. Cantatas; Songs, etc. (British 
Musical Biographies.) 



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ATKINSON, GEORGE. Adra. pens, at Queens', Jan. 27, 1820. 
Of Lanes. [S. of Francis, of Oakenroyt Hall, near Rochdale, 
Lanes.] Matric. Michs. 1830; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1827. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 25, 1825; priest, Sept. 24, 1826; C. of 
Springthorpe and Heapham, Lines., 1825. P.C. of Stow-in- 
Lindsey, 1836-65. Experienced great difficulties owing to the 
hostility of many parishioners to the Church; there had 
previously been no resident minister 'in the memory of 
living man.' Succeeded at length in rescuing the charitable 
funds from abuse, and establishing schools and finally 
secured a house for the incumbent. Worked strenuously to 
carry out the restoration of the Church. Died May 23, 1865, 
aged 63, at Stow-in-Lindsey. (G. Mag., 1865, n. 114.) 

ATKINSON, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 24) at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 8, 1828; a 'Ten-year' man. Of Westmorland. Matrie. 
Michs. 1838, as Fell.-Com.; B.D. :839. Ord. deacon, 1838; 
priest (Ripon) 1839. C. of Arnold, Notts., 1840-73. V. of 
Ravenstondale, Westmorland, 1873-89. Disappears from 
Crockford, 1890. (2". A. Walker, 435.) 

ATKINSON, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 1895. 
S. of Charles S.A., of Ashford, Kent. B. there Dec. 8, 1877. 
School, Ashford Grammar (Mr B. Snell). Matric. Michs. 
1895; B.A. 1898; LL.B. 1899; M.A. 1904. 

ATKINSON, GEORGE BARNES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at 
Trinity Hall, Dec. 8, 1851. 3rd s. of Thomas Dinham 
(1809), clerk, of Rugeley, Staffs. Matric. Lent, 1852; Scholar, 
1852; B.A. (i2lh Wrangler) 1856; M..\. 1859. Fellow, 1856- 
61. Tutor. Lecturer, 1878-91. Adm. at Oxford, Com. causa, 
June 27, 1867. Ord. deacon, 1857; priest (Ely) 1858. Head 
Master of Sheffield Collegiate Proprietary School, 1861-71- 
R. of Swarmington, Norfolk, 1892-1917. Died there Apr. 16, 
1917, aged 83. Brother of Henry A. (1848) and William S. 
(1838). (Al. Oxon.; Scott, MSS.; Crockford.) 

ATKINSON, GEORGE FRANCIS STANLEY. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 8, 1897. S. of George Briggs, farmer, of Ozen- 
dyke Grange, near York. B. June 4, 1878, at Ryther, 
Appleton Roebuck. School, Woodhouse Grove, Apperley 
Bridge, Leeds (Mr A. Vinter). Matric. Michs. 1897; B.A. 
1900; M.A. 1904. Wesleyan Methodist Minister, 1900; at 
Birkenhead, Birmingham, Harrogate, etc. Chairman of the 
Scotland District (separated). Address, 2, Park Quadrant, 
Glasgow. (Who's Who in Methodism, 1933.) 

ATKINSON, GEORGE JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Mar. 5, 1823. S. of John. B. in Staffs. School, Shrewsbury 
[according to the Trinity College Adm. Bk., but in Shreies- 
bury Sch. Reg. George Atkinson is identified with George, of 
Queens' (1820)]. Matric. Michs. 1823; B.A. 1827. P.C. of 
Staley, Northumberland, 1831. R. of Kettlethorpe, Lines., 
1836-74. V. of Eagle, 1844-53- V. of Torksey, 1853-74. Not 
in Crockford, 1876. (Foster, Index Eccles.; Crockford, 
1874.) 

ATKINSON, HAROLD WARING. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. S. of William, of Erwood, Beckenham, Kent. 
B. there July 2, i868. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 
Michs. 1887; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. At 
Marburg University, 1891-2. Assistant Master at Dean 
Close School, Cheltenham, 1892-5. Student at the University 
of Paris, 1896. Assistant Master at Rossall School, 1898- 

1902. Head Master of the Boys' High School, Pretoria. 
South Africa, 1902-4. Returned to England, 1906. Occasional 
Examiner to Civil Ser\'ice Commissioners. Examiner in 
French for the College of Preceptors. A member of the 
Executive Committee of the Modem Languages Association. 
Hon. Librarian to the British Prisoners of War Book Scheme 
(Educational) 1917-19. M.B.E., 1919. Inventor of Atkinson's 
Optical Black — a non-reflecting coating for interiors of 
optical instruments. Of West View, 10, Eastbury Avenue, 
Northwood, Middlesex, 1934. Author, The Families of 
Atkinson of Roxby and Dearman of Braithwaite, etc.; and 
School Books. (Merchant Taylors' Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' 
Directory.) 

ATKINSON, HAROLD WILLIAM. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 
1894. S. of John Parkinson, M.D., of Saffron Walden, Essex 
[died Sept. i, 1917]. B. Sept. 2, 1875, at Hampton, Oxon. 
School, Saffron Walden (Rev. R. M. Luckock). Matric. 
Michs. 1894; Scholar, 1897-8 (Nat. Sci. Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 
1897; Pt II, ist Class, 1898); B.A. 1897; M.A. igoi ; M.B. 

1903. Shuter Scholar, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 
1899. In practice with his father at Saffron Walden, Essex. 
Died Oct. 25, 1908, at 33, Church Street, Saffron Walden. 
Brother of John P. (1886). [Venn, 11. 536.) 

ATKINSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June 28, 
1788. S. of Henry, attorney, of Bacton, Norfolk. B. there. 
School, North Walsham (Mr Hepworth). Matric. Michs. 
1789; Scholar, 1789-93; B.A. 1793. Fellow, 1793-6. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) May 26, 1793; priest, Dec. 18, 1796- R. of 
Wacton, Norfolk, 1800-46. R. of Crostwright, 1804-46. 
Married Miss Hepworth, dau. of the Rev. Joseph Hepworth, 
of North Walsham, i8oo. Died Jan. i, 1846. M.I. at Wacton. 
{Venn, 11. 117; G. Mag., 1800, 11. 795.) 



Atkinson, John 

ATKINSON [post ATCHESON], HENRY. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Jime 23, 1818. S. of William, of Yorks. School, 
Eton [as Atkinson, H.]. Matric. Michs. 1819. Migrated 
(age 18) to Jesus, June 24, 1820; M.B. 1823; Med. Lie. 1825. 
Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 8, 1828; priest, June 6, 1830, as 
.-\tcheson, H. V. of Kingsbury, Middlesex, 1833-74, as 
Atcheson, H. Of University Club, Pall Mall East, London, 
S.W., in 1886. Disappears from Crockford, 1889. [A Dr 
Henry Atkinson, late of the Madras Medical Service, died 
Oct. 31, 1845, at Orchard Hill House, near Bideford.] 
{Hennessy; Eton Sch. Lists; Crockford, 1886.) 

ATKINSON, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Magdalene, 
June 26, 1824. S. of John Dibbs, of Leeds [and Elizabeth 
Wilson]. School, Leeds. Matric. Michs. 1824; Scholar, 1825; 
B.A. 1828. Ord. deacon, 1828; priest (Exeter) 1833. Master 
at Falmouth Grammar School, 1829-40. Head Master of 
Drax Grammar School, Yorks., 1842-5. P.C. of Barmby-on- 
the-Marsh, Yorks., 1845-63. Died Dee. 31, 1863, aged 61. 
Father of Henry D. (i860). (G. Mag., 1864, i. 533; Boase, 
IV. Suppl.) 

ATKINSON, HENRY ALFORD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, 
Feb. 12, 1848. Of Yorks. S. of Thomas Dinham (1809), clerk. 
Matric. Michs. 1848; B.A. 1852. Ord. deacon, 1853; priest, 
1854. C. of Rugeley, Staffs., in 1855. C. of King's Stanley, 
Gloucs., c. 1856-8. Died Nov. 28, 1858, aged 29, at Rugeley 
vicarage. Brother of George B. (1851), etc. (G. Mag., 1859, 
I. 99.) 

ATKINSON, HENRY [CLOUGH]. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
June 18, i860. Matrie. Michs. i860, as Henry Clough. 

ATKINSON, HENRY DRESSER. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Magda- 
lene, July 4, i860. S. of Henry (1824), clerk, of Drax, 
Yorks. School, Drax. Matric. Michs. i860. B.A. (Dublin) 
1864. Ord. deacon, 1865; priest (Worcester) 1866; C. of 
Holy Trinity, Worcester, 1865-7. Assistant Master at 
Leamington College. V. of Entrecasteaux, Tasmania, 1868- 
77. Minister of Brune, 1868-80. V. of Circular Head, 1877- 
90. Rural Dean, 1895-1906. R. of Evandale, 1890-1910; 
retired, 1910. Afterwards of Kangaroo Valley, near Hobart; 
there in 1920. Disappears from Crockford, 1923. (Crock- 
ford; Al. Dubl.) 

ATKINSON, HENRY GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Sept. 8, 1879. S. of Henry John, Esq., of Gunnersbury 
House, Acton, London, W. [Henry John Farmer-Atkinson, 
F.S.A., J. P. and D.L., of Ore, Sussex, assumed the surname 
of Farmer-Atkinson, Aug. 11, 1891.] Matric. Michs. 1879; 
B.A. 1883. Died Mar. 26, 1904, at Clacton-on-Sea. (Scott, 
MSS. ; The Times, Mar. 28, 1904.) 

ATKINSON, HENRY LAWRENCE. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 30, 1888. S. of Thomas, solicitor. B. Apr. 20, 1869, at 
Doncaster. Schools, Doneaster Grammar and the College of 
Science. Matric. Michs. 1888; B.A. 1891. Of Kirkstall, 
Leeds, in 1911-. Brother of Thomas L. (1884). (Peile, 11. 
741.) 
ATKINSON, HENRY SADGROVE. Adm. pens, (age 21) at 
Jesus, Mar. 15, 1866. S. of Henry Hayes, Esq. B. at 
Brixton, Surrey. School, University College, London. Matric. 
Michs. 1866; B.-'X. 1870; M.A. 1873. Ord. deacon and priest 
(York) 1870; C. of Hull, 1870-4. V. of Royston, Yorks., 
1874-92. Surrogate, dio. Wakefield, 1874-92. Rural Dean of 
Pontefract, 1900-23. V. of Darrington with Wentbridge, 
1892-1927. Canon and Preb. of York, 1903-27. Died May 25, 
1927, at Darrington. Father of Owen D. (1892). (Crockford.) 

ATKINSON, HENRY STAFFORD TYNDALE. Adm. pens, 
(age 19) at Jesus, Oct. 1, 1881. School, Rossall. Matric. 
Michs. 1881; Scholar; B.A. 1888. Master at Woodcote 
House, Reading, Berks., in 1895. (Rossall Sch. Reg.) 

ATKINSON, HEPWORTH FRANK. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 
1881. S. of John Frank, landowner, of Pontefract, Yorks. 
B at sea, off the Mozambique Channel. School, Newark. 
Matric. Michs. 1881; B.A. 1884; M.A. 1888. Ord. deacon 
(Worcester) 1885; priest, 1886; C. of Lower Mitton, Worcs., 
1885-7. C. of Holy Trinity, Leeds, Yorks., 1888-9. C. of 
Far Headingley, 1889-99. V. of Lowthorpe, with Ruston 
Parva, 1891-1921. Died Sept. 23, 1921, aged 59, at Low- 
thorpe. (Venn, 11. 448.) 

ATKINSON, HERBERT BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
Oct. 1, 1898. S. of George BuUock, of Priory Terrace, 
Stamford, Lines. B. there Apr. 7, 1880. School, Stamford 
Grammar (Dr Barnard). Matric. Michs. 1898. Served m the 
Great War (Capt., East African Force; twice mentioned in 
despatches; O.B.E.). (Univ. War List.) 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 23, 
1790 5th s. of George, Esq., of Temple Sowerby, Westmor- 
land School, Newcastle (Mr Moises). Matne. Michs. 1790; 
Scholar, 1793; B.A. 179+; M.A. 1797- Adm. at Gray's Inn 
Apr II, 1791. CaUed to the Bar, 1797- Died unmamed 
1798. (St John's Coll. Adm., iv; Burke, L.G.) 



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ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, Oct. 31, 
1792. S. of Thomas, of Dalton, Lanes. B. there. School, 
Hawkshead, Lanes. (Mr BowTaan). Matric. Michs. 1793. 
Migrated to Clare, Feb. 10, 1794; B.A. 1797; M.A. 1800. 
The Rev. John Atkinson, lale of Epsom, Surrey, died July 17, 
1823, aged 52, at Church House, Leatherhead, Surrey. But 
see Al. Oxon. for a contemporary namesake. (G. Mag., 
1823.) 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, June 24, 
1805. S. of Christopher (1773), V. of Wethersfield, Essex. 

B. 1786, in London. Matric. Michs. 1805; Scholar; B.A. 
1809. Ord. deacon (London) Oct. i, 1809; priest, Sept. 23, 
1810; C. of Goldhanger, Essex. C. of Gt and Little Wig- 
borough. C. of Layer Mamey. C. of Peldon and Lecturer of 
Wethersfield in 1854. C. of Berechurch, near Colchester, 
c. 1858-60. R. of Fishtoft, Lines., 1860-70. Married Martha, 
dau. of Richard Causton, Esq., of Munden Hall, Essex. Not 
in Crockford, 1872. Father of John C. (1834). 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 8, 
1S32. B. at Homington, Bolton Percy, Yorks. Matric. 
Michs. 1832. 

ATKINSON, JOHN. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 8, 1846. Did not reside. 

ATKINSON, JOHN BREEKS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Nov. 8, 
1816. S. and h. of John, clerk. B. Sept. 3, 1798, at Barton, 
Yorks. School, Barton (his father). Matric. Lent, 1818; 
Scholar; B.A. 1821; M..^. 1824. Ord. deacon and priest 
(Bristol) Apr. 28, 1822. P.C. of West Cowes, Isle of Wight, 
1827-73. R. of Kingston, 1831-80. Surrogate. Died May 22, 
1880, aged 82, at Cowes. (Hockaday, MS.; Scott, MSS.) 

ATKINSON, JOHN CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
May 2, 1834. Of Essex. [S. of John (1805), C. of Goldhanger, 
Essex. B. there 1814. School, Kelvedon.] Matric. Michs. 
1834; Scholar, 1837; B.A. {45th Wrangler) 1838. Hon. D.C.L. 
(Durham) 1887. Ord. deacon, 1841; priest (Hereford) 1842; 

C. of Brockhampton, Heref., 1841-2. C. of Scarborough, 
1843-6. V. of Danby-in-Cleveland, 1847-1900. Chaplain to 
William Henry Dawnay, Viscount Do\vne. Canon and Preb. 
of York, 1 891-1900. Married three times. A distinguished 
antiquary and philologist. His well-known work, Forty 
Years in a Moorland Parish contains a valuable collection of 
local legends and traditions. An excellent ornithologist. 
Author, miscellaneous, his writings include several delightful 
books for children. Died Mar. 31, 1900, at Danby. {Essex 
Rei'ieii', ix. 175; Eagle; D.N.B., Suppl.) 

ATKINSON, JOHN PARKINSON. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 9, 
1886. [S. of John Parkinson, M.D., of Saffron Walden, 
Essex (who died Sept. i, 1917, aged 79). B. Feb. 5, 1869.] 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889; M.A. 1919. At King's 
College Hospital, London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1893. 
Medical Officer for Health for Lynton; a Surgeon at Lynton 
Cottage Hospital. House Surgeon at Stourbridge Dispensary. 
Surgeon of the Saffron Walden Hospital. Medical Officer of 
the Friends' Training School, Saffron Walden, and to the 
Post Office. During the Great War, Medical Officer in Charge 
of the Saffron Walden Hospital and Walden Place Red Cross 
Hospital. M.B.E. Of The Limit, Saffron Walden, Essex; 
retired. Brother of Harold W. (1894). (Medical Directory, 
1934; Burke, O.B.E.) 

ATKINSON, JOHN WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, 
Apr. 18, i860. S. and h. of Robert Moulton (1828), clerk, of 
Little Cheverel, Wilts. B. at Cheverel Magna. School, 
Highgate. Matric. Easter, i860. Migrated to Magdalen Hall, 
Oxford; matric. there Apr. 17, 1862. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, 1865; no call; name withdrawn, Jan. 24, i868. 
(Venn, 11. 349; Al. Oxon.) 

ATKINSON, JOHN WILSON. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Jesus, 
Dec. 17, 1819. S. of William (1775), clerk. B. Nov. 23, 1800, 
at Bradford, Yorks. School, Thorp Arch. Matric. Michs. 
1820; B.-A. 1824. Ord. deacon (York) Dec. 19, 1824; C. of 
Christ Church, Bradford. P.C. of Walton, Yorks., 1827-36. 
R. of Burham, Kent, 1828-36. Died Nov. 1836. Brother of 
Charles W. (1813), etc. (H. Speight, Lower Wharfcdale; 
G. Mag., 1836, II. 663.) 

ATKINSON, JOHNSON (i75f>)- Of Queens', see BUSFEILD. 

ATKINSON, JOHNSON MILES CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, at 
St Catharine's, May 7, 1S29. S. of William (1775), clerk. 
B. May 24, 1810, at Thorp Arch, near Wetherby, Yorks. 
Matric. Michs. 1829. Migrated (age 19) to Jesus, Dec. 26, 
1829. Died Aug. i, 1831. Brother of Charles W. (1813), etc. 
(H. Speight, Lower Wharfedale.) 

ATKINSON, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 24) at Magdalene, 
June 27, 1780. S. of Dinham, of Homcastle, Lines. School, 
Homcastle. Matric. Michs. 1780. Migrated to Peterhouse, 
Apr. 7, 1781. Married at Shaftesbury, Dorset, Miss Tucker, 
Aug. 15, 1788, who died at Grimston rectory, Norfolk, 
Mar. 5, 1839, aged 77: ' the relict of the Rev. Joseph Atkinson, 
M.A. (sic), of St Peter's College, Cambridge.' Probably father 
of Thomas D. (1809). (T. A. Walker, 347; G. Mag., 1839, i. 
444-) 



Atkinson, Richard 

ATKINSON, JOSEPH MILNER. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Dec. 22, 1819. [S. of William (1775), R. of Warham, Norfolk. 
B. Nov. 22, 1800.] Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1825. Of 
Harrogate, Yorks. Married Mary Fletcher. Died Mar. 2, 
f 1855, in London. Brother of Charles W. {1813), etc. ; father of 
William F. (1855), Edward (1864) and Charles J. (1867). 
(H. Speight, Lower Wharfedale.) 

ATKINSON, LEWIS. Matric. pens. Non-CoU. May 5, 1900; 
B.A. 1904; M.A. 1911. Ord. deacon, 1906; priest (Man- 
chester) 1908; C. of Milnrow, 1906-g. Held other curacies, 
1909-13. V. of Warter, Yorks., 1916-24. Chaplain to the 
Forces, 1918-19. V. of Thornton with AUerthorpe, Mel- 
bourne, Waplington and Storwood, Yorks., 1924-34 (suc- 
cessor instituted). (Crockford, 1934.) 

ATKINSON, MICHAEL ANGELO. Adm. sizar at Trinity, 
May 31, 1832. School, Richmond, Yorks. (Mr Tate). Matric. 
Michs. 1832; Scholar, 1834; B.A. (16^/1 Wrangler; Class. 
Trip., ist Class) 1836; M.A. 1839. Fellow, 1838. Tutor, 
1838-55- Ord. deacon, 1842; priest (Ely) 1843. R. of 
Fakenham with Alethorpe, Norfolk, 1855-87. Rural Dean 
of Bumham, 1868-87. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1881-90. 
Died Mar. 22, 1890, aged 77, at The Mount, York. Father of 
Stuart I. (1876). (Crockford; Norfolk Official Lists; Scott, 
MSS.) 

ATKINSON, MILES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, 
Oct. 28, 1758. [2nd s. of Christopher, V. of Thorp Arch, 
Yorks. B. Sept. 28, 1741, at Ledsham.] School, Thorp Arch. 
Matric. Easter, 1759; Scholar, 1759; B.A. (6th Wrangler) 
1763. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 18, 1764; priest (York) 
May 25, 1766; C. of Aberford, Leeds. Head Master of 
DrighHngton School, Yorks., 1764-71. Lecturer at the 
Parish Church, Leeds, 1769-70. Founded St Paul's Church, 
Leeds, completed at his own expense at a cost of £10,000. 
R. of WaJ*(in-on-the-Hill, Lanes., 1780-8. V. of Kippax, 
Yorks., 1783-1811. V. of Leek, Staffs., 1785-1803 (Cambridge 
Chronicle, Nov. 4, 1785). Married Mary, dau. of Edward 
Kenion, Esq., of Leeds, Apr. 5, 1768. .Author, Practical 
Sermons. Died Feb. 6, 181 1. Buried at St Paul's, Leeds. 
Brother of Johnson (sub Busfeild) (1756), etc.; father of 
Christopher (179 1 ) and Thomas (1797). (Scott, MSS.; T. A. 
Walker, 317; Yorks. Genealogist, 1888, i. 58; D.N.B.) 

ATKINSON, MILES. Matric. Non-CoU. Oct. 1884, from 

FitzwiUiam Hal\. S. of , Esq., deceased, of Lytham, 

Lanes. B. Feb. 3, 1865. Schools, Dr Adams' and Manchester 
Grammar. Adm. at Peterhouse, Oct. i, 1886; B.A. 1887; 
M.A. 1896. Ord. deacon (Manchester, Litt. dim. from Ely) 
1888; priest (Ely) 1889; C. of St Mary's, Huntingdon, 1888- 
91. C. of St John's, Ryde, Isle of Wight, 1891-8. C. of 
Newport, 1898-1909. C.-in-charge of Arreton with Wootton 
Bridge, 1909-15. V. of Barton, Isle of Wight, 1915-37. Not 
in Crockford, 1938. (7". A. Walker, 593.) 

ATKINSON, MILES FLETCHER. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1893. 
S. of William Fletcher (1855), Esq., of Harden Hall, near 
Bingley, Yorks. Schools, Uppingham and St Peter's, York. 
Matric. Michs. 1893. Brother of William M. (1896). (Upping- 
ham Sch. Reg.) 

ATKINSON, OWEN DALY. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Jesus, Oct. 
1892. S. of Henry Sadgrove (1866), clerk. B. .A^pr. 10, 1874, 
at Raystone, Yorks. School, Bradfield. Matric. Michs. 
1892; B.A. 1898. Studied at Paris; B. ds L. 1900. Joined 
the Lincolnshire Regt., 1894; Lieut., 1896. Served in the 
South African War. Assistant Master at Dulwich College, 
1901-32-. Of 208, Chve Road, S.E. 21. (Dulwich Coll. Reg.; 
Schoolmasters' Directory, 1932-3.) 

ATKINSON, PETER RIGHTON. Adm. pens, (age 22) at 
Trinity, Dec. 12, 1851. S. of Peter. B. 1829, at York. 
Matric. Easter, 1852; B..A. 1856; M.A. 1865. Ord. deacon, 
1855; priest (Rochester) 1856; C. of Stisted, Essex, 1856-60. 
R. of Pusey, Berks., 1860-8. R. of East Hendred, 1868-75. 
V. of Dorking, Surrey, 1875-85. Rural Dean. Surrogate of 
Winchester dio., 1877-88. Canon of Winchester. Arch- 
deacon of Surrey, 1880-8. V. of Frensham, Surrey, 1885-8. 
Author, Sermons. Died Mar. 5, 1888, at 21, Grosvenor Street, 
London. (Boase, iv. Suppl.) 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity, 
Aug. 2, 1781. [S. of Christopher, clerk (M.A., Oxon.), Head 
Master of Wakefield School, Yorks. Bapt. there Feb. 24, 
1763.] School, Wakefield. Matric. Michs. 1782; Scholar, 
1785; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1791. R. of Gt Musgrave, Westmor- 
land, 1811-32. Died Jan. 29, 1832, aged 69. M.I. at Gt 
Musgrave. (Wakefield Sch. Reg., 143; G. Mag., 1832, i. 373; 
Westmorland Church Notes.) 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Nov. 22, 1814. B. at Hatfield, Yorks. Matric. Lent, 1815; 
B.A. 1819; M.A. 1823. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Nov. 29, 1818; 
priest, Dec. 12, 1819. R. of Claxby with Normanby, Linos., 
1820-70. P.C. of Usselby, 1820-70. Not in Crockford, 
1872. 



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ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. at Christ's, May ii, 1819. No 
record of residence. 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, 
Dec. 15, 1820. 2nd s. of John, solicitor, of Leeds. B. there. 
School, Leeds Grammar (Mr Walker). Matric. Michs. 1822; 
Scholar, 1824; B.A. 1S26; M.A. 1829. Probably adm. at the 
Middle Temple, Jan. 25, 1827, and called to the Bar, 1831. 
Died Dec. i, 1841, aged 38, at Kensington. Of the Middle 
Temple, Esq. {Leeds Gr. Sch. Reg.; G. Mag., 1842, i. 113.) 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Trinity, 
June II, 1825. S. of Francis. B'. at Rochdale, Lanes. School, 
Giggleswick, Yorks. (Mr Ingram). Matric. Michs. 1825. Adm. 
at Trinity College, DubUn, Feb. 23, 1830; B.A. (Dublin) 
1833. Perhaps C. of Laughton, Lines.; 'B.A.' If so, died 
1845, aged 41, at Laughton Vicarage. (G. Mag., 1845, 11. 
206; Al. Dubl.) 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, May 15, 1834. 
Matric. Michs. 1834. Died in College, Dec. 19, 1836, aged 22. 
Buried at Gt St Andrew's, Cambridge, Dec. 22, 1836. (Peile, 
II. 451; Cambridge Chronicle, Dec. 23, 1836.) 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 10, 1865. 
S. of James, of VVinderwath, Penrith, Cumberland. B. there 
Sept. 2, 1845. School, Harrow. Matric. Michs. 1865. Drowned 
Feb. 15, 1866, in the river Cam. (Trinity Coll. Adm. Bk.) 

ATKINSON, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St John's, Sept. 30, 
1868. S. of Robert, tanner. B. at Carlisle, Cumberland. 
Bapt. Mar. 14, 1848. Matric. Michs. 1868; B.A. 1872. A 
student at the London Hospital. M.R.C.S., 1876. F.R.C.S., 
1878. Assistant Surgeon at the Poplar Hospital, London. 
House Physician and House Surgeon at the London Hospital, 
1877-8. Senior Resident Medical Officer at the Royal Free 
Hospital. Junior Assistant Medical Officer at the County 
and Borough Asylum, Powick, Worcs. Subsequently 
travelled abroad. Author, medical. Died 1901, at Las 
Palmas. (Plarr, Lives of the Fellows.) 

ATKINSON, RICHARD CLEATER. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1864. S. of John, gent. [V. of Rydal, Westmorland]. 
B. at St John's, Dewsbury, Yorks. Bapt. Feb. 14, 1849. 
School, Aldenham. Matric. Michs. 1864; B.A. 1868; M.A. 
1872. Ord. deacon, 1873; priest (CarUsle) 1874. C. of Nether 
Hoyland, 1877-82. C. of Ackworth, 1883-4. C. of Wathen 
Deame, 1885-9. Assistant Master at Windermere College, 
1868-77. V. of Yeddingham, Yorks., 1889-1912. Died 
Mar. 27, 1912, aged 67. (Aldenham Sch. Reg.; Scott, MSS.) 

ATKINSON, RICHARD JAQUES. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Sept. 18, 1819. Of Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1820; B.A. 1824; 
M.A. 1827. 

ATKINSON or MOSLEY-ATKINSON, RICHARD MOSLEY. Adm. 
pens, at Clare, Dec. 8, 1780. Of Wigginton, Yorks. [S. of 
Thomas Mosley (1740), afterwards Mosley-.\tkinson, R. of 
Wiggington, Yorks. B. there. School, Westminster.] Matric. 
Michs. 1783; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1792. Ord. deacon (York) 
July 15, 1787; priest, July 20, 1788; C. of Burley, Yorks., 
1787. V. of Whatton-in-the-Vale, Notts., 1800-23. R. of 
Gilling, Yorks. J. P. for the North Riding. Married Mary, 
dau. of John Yorke, of Richmond, Yorks. 'Excessively 
corpulent, weighed more than 30 stone.' Died Aug. 17, 1823, 
at Gilling. (Re<:ord of Old Westminsters; G. Mag., 1824, i. 
189.) 

ATKINSON, ROBERT BAYNES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 13, 1824. Of Yorks. 

ATKINSON, ROBERT MOULTON. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Apr. 19, 1828; from Oxford. S. of Thomas, Esq. Matric. 
Easter, 1828; B.A. 1831; M.A. 1834. Matric. (Wadham 
College, Oxford) June 19, 1823, age 18, as 6th s. of Thomas, 
gent., of Fisherton .'\nger, Wilts. Ord. deacon, 1830; priest 
(Peterb.) 1831. C. of Wardlev ^vith Belton, Rutland, 1830-4. 
R. of Gt Cheverill, Wilts., 1841-65; retired. Lived latterly at 
Bath; there in 1870. Not in Crockford, 1872. Father of 
John W. (i860). (Al. Oxon.) 

ATKINSON, ROBERT WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 2, 1879. S. of Samuel, inn-keeper. B. at Shipley, 
Yorks. Bapt. Sept. 30, 1859. Matric. Michs. 1879; B.A. 
1883; M.A. 1886. Ord. deacon, 1882; priest (Ripon) 1883. C. 
of Christ Church, Armley, 1882-7. C. of St Paul's, Onslow 
Square, London, 1887-92. V. of St Peter's, Tunbridge Wells, 
Kent, 1892-5. V. of St John's, Deptford, 1895-1907. V. of 
Hammerwood with Holtye, 1907-10. Died Dec. i6, 1910, at 
Tunbridge Wells. (Records of Rochester; Scott, MSS.) 

ATKINSON, SOLOMON. Adm. sizar at Queens', June 17, i8i6. 
S. of John. B. at Lazonby, Cumberland. School, Brampton 
(Mr Boustead). Matric. Michs. 1816. Migrated (age 20) to 
Trinity, June 25, 1818; Scholar, 1820; Prizeman; B.A. 
(Senr. Wrangler) 1821. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 12, 
1821. Called to the Bar, 1827. Wrote an account of his 
youthful experiences and subsequent career at Cambridge, 
entitled : Struggles of a poor student through Cambridge, which 
appeared in the London Magazine and Review, Apr. i, 1825; 



Atkinson, Thomas Washington 

described himself as born in the humblest rank of Ufe, the 
son of a Cumbrian peasant. Living at Woolwich in 1846. 
Author, legal; edited Chitty's Stamp Laws, 1850 (3rd ed.). 
Died Feb. 12, 1865, at Momington Crescent, Hampstead 
Road, London. Perhaps brother of Thomas (1821). 
ATKINSON, STANLEY BEAN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 1, 
1894. S. of John WiUijun, of Tarltons, Wanstead, Essex. 
B. Oct. 4, 1873, in London. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; 
LL.B. 1898; M.A. and LL.M. 1901. Previously at St 
Bartholomew's Hospital, London. M.R.C.S. (London) 1902. 
M.B. and B.Sc. (London), .^dm. at the Inner Temple. 
Called to the Bar, 1899. Devoted much of his time to public 
work ; a member of the Stepney Borough Council and of the 
Mile End Board of Guardians. Author, Golden Rules of 
Medical Evidence; The Law in General Practice, etc. Died 
Jan. 18, 1910, aged 36. (Scott, MSS.; The Times, Jan. 20, 
1910.) 

ATKINSON, STUART IVOR. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 7, 
1876. S. of Michael Angelo (1832), clerk, of Fakenham, 
Norfolk. B. there May 29, 1857. [Schools, Uppingham and 
Tonbridge.] Matric. Michs. 1876; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883. 
Assistant Master at St Peter's School, York. Afterwards at 
Rossall School, 1889. ' Deceased ' according to Tonbridge Sch. 
Reg., ed. 1927. (Uppingham Sch. Reg.; Rossall Sch. Reg., 
1895.) 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Magdalene, 
Sept. I, 1797. S. of Miles (1758), V. of Kippax, Yorks. B. 
June 10, 1780. School, Leeds Grammar. Scholar, 1798; 
matric. Michs. 1799; B.A. 1802; M.-'V. 1814. Ord. deacon 
(London, Litt. dim. from York) Dec. 19, 1802; priest (York) 
July 8, 1804. Probably P.C. of Thornton, Yorks., 1804-15; 
resigned. V. of Hartshead, 1S15-66. Of Green House, 
Mirfield, near Dewsbury. Died Feb. 28, 1870, aged 90. M.I. 
at Hartshead. Brother of Christopher (1791). (W. Smith, 
Old Yorks., i. 105; James, Bradford, 11. 276.) 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke, 
Apr. 29, 1819. 6th s. of Richard, gent., of Bassenthwaite, 
Cumberland. B. there. [School, Bury St Edmunds.] Matric. 
Michs. 1820; Scholar; B..\. 1824; M.A. 1827. (Bury Sch. 
Reg.) 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 31, 1821. 
B. at Lazonby, Cumberland. School, Appleby. Matric. 
Michs. 1821. Perhaps brother of Solomon (1816). 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, 
Feb. 9, 1825. Matric. Lent, 1825. 

ATKINSON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 5, 
1838. Of Cumberland. Matric. Michs. 1838. 



ATKINSON, THOMAS. Hon. LL.D. iS 
Carolina. 



Bishop of New 



ATKINSON, THOMAS DINHAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', 
Nov. I, 1809. Of Dorset. [Probably s. of Joseph (1780), 
clerk.] Matric. Michs. 1810, as Thos. Denham (sic); B.A. 
1814; M..^. 1817. Fellow, 1815. Ord. deacon, 1815; priest 
(Ely) Sept. 29, 1816. P.C. of St Phihp's, Sheffield, 1828-31. 
R. of East Wrotham, Norfolk, 1833-6. V. of Rugeley, 
Staffs., 1834-65. Rural Dean. Surrogate. Died Nov. 2, 
1865, aged 73, at Rugeley vicarage. Father of George B. 
(1851), Henry A. (1848) and William S. (1838). (G. Mag., 
1865, II. 795-) 

ATKINSON, THOMAS LOVEL. Adm. pens', at Christ's, Mar. 14, 
1884. S. of Thomas, solicitor, town clerk of Doncaster. B. 
there Apr. 17, 1865. School, Doncaster Grammar. Matric. 
Michs. 1884; Scholar, 1884; B.A. (14th Wrangler) 1887; 
LL.B. 1888; M.A. 1891. Adm. at the Inner Temple. No call. 
Became a soUcitor, 1893; in practice at Doncaster. Head of 
the firm of Atkinson and Son. Took an active part in 
administrative work in Doncaster. Chairman of the School of 
Science and Arts. Diocesan Treasurer for the dio. Sheffield. 
Of Warmsworth, near Doncaster. Married and had issue. 
Died June 25, 1919, at Warmsworth. Brother of Henry L. 
(1888). (Peile, II. 705.) 

ATKINSON, THOMAS RICHARD [DURBIN]. Adm. at Trinity 
Hall, 1881. S. of Edward, deceased, of GlenwiUiam Castle, 
Limerick, Ireland. B. Jan. 21, 1863. Matric. Easter, 1881, 
as Tho. Ri. Durbin. Of GlenwiUiam Castle, Ballingarry, Co. 
Limerick, and Skea House, Co. Fermanagh. J. P. and D.L. 
for Co. Limerick. High Sheriff, 1888. Married and had issue. 
Died Oct. 28, 1935. (Fox-Davies; Burke, Irish Gentry; The 
Times, Oct. 30, 1935.) 

ATKINSON [or WASHINGTON-ATKINSON], THOMAS WASH- 
INGTON. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 20, 1834. [S. of 
Mrs Atkinson, of Galeside, near Sedbergh, Yorks. B. at 
Liverpool, Lanes. School, Sedbergh, as Washington- 
Atkinson.] Matric. Michs. 1834; Scholar. Resided at Sed- 
bergh. Claimed to be the last of the Washingtons who were 
long settled in this district. Died 1890, at Sedbergh. (Sed- 
bergh Sch. Reg.) 



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ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Emmanuel, 
July 6, 1764. S. of WUliam, brewer. B. at Lincoln. School, 
Oakham (Mr Markham). Matric. Michs. 1765; Exhibitioner; 
B.A. 1769. Minister of the Episcopal Chapel at Rotterdam. 
R. of HilUngton, Norfolk, 1782-1822. Involved in a dispute 
and subsequent litigation ^vith his former college friend, the 
patron of the living, Sir Martin Browne Folkes, Bart., on the 
question of tithes. [.-Vn account of the dispute in defence of 
his father's action is given by William Browne Folkes in the 
Gentleman's Magazine, .May, 1822, and was occasioned by the 
statements about that dispute made in the biographical 
sketch of the Rev. W. .Atkinson, which appeared in the 
March issue.] Donor of plate to the College. Died Feb. 8, 
1822, at Hillington, aged 76. (G. Mag., 1822, i. 278, 414.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Dec. 29, 1775. 
[4th s. of Christopher, R. of Thorp .^rch, Yorks. B. there 
Apr. 14, 1758.] Matric. Michs. 1776; B.A. 1780; M.A. 1783. 
Fellow, 1782-91. Ord. deacon (York) July 22, 1781; priest, 
July 7, 1782. Lecturer at the Parish Church, Bradford, 1784. 
(His appointment to the Lectureship led to a violent con- 
troversy, for particulars of which see the Yorkshire Genealo- 
gist, 1888, I.) R. of All Saints', Warham, Norfolk, 1792-1845. 
P.C. of Thornton, near Bradford, 1799-1801. Married Mary, 
dau. of John Cottam, Esq., July 5, 1791. FamiUarly called 
' Parson Atkinson.' A man of rare scholjirly attainment, but 
of somewhat eccentric character; kept a printing press in his 
home, and issued pamphlets and broadsheets on ecclesiastical 
and political topics. Author, Poetical Essays, etc. Died 
Sept. 30, 1 846, at Thorp Arch, aged 88. Brother of Christopher 
(1773), etc.; father of John W. (1819), Charles W. (1813), 
Johnson M. C. (1829) and Joseph M. (1819). (Yorks. 
Bibliographer; D.X.B.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Sx Catharine's, Oct. 10, 
1776. B. at Kirk Leatham, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1778; 
B.A. {8th Wrangler) 1781; M.A. 1784; B.D. 1792. Fellow, 
1781-1808. Tutor. Fellow of Christ's, 1808-30. Mildmay 
Preacher, 1816-18. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 28, 1778; 
priest, June 23, 1781. C. of Sawston, Cambs., 1807; remained 
unbeneficed. [Left St Catharine's owing to the College feud 
in which he was involved. The charges brought against him 
by the Master, Dr Procter, included, 'marked disrespect' to 
himself in the College Hall at dinner; of having admitted one, 
R. J. Astley, a migrant from Pembroke, without a bene 
discessit and of having 'encouraged the said undergraduate 
to continue to attend Hall and Chapel after the removal of 
his name from the College Books by the Master.' His sub- 
sequent Fellowship at Christ's was due to the influence of 
Dr Browne, the Master. For an account of this interesting 
piece of College history', see A History of St Catharine's 
College, by W. H. S. Jones.] Left his Chambers' Dictionary to 
Christ's CoOege Library and also a MS. Essay on shorthand. 
Died May 28, 1830, aged 75, at Stapleford, Cambs. (Peile, 11. 
363; Cambridge Chronicle, June 4, 1830.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Dec. 11, 
1782. B. at Horton, Yorks. Matric. Michs. 1783; B.A. 1787; 
M.A. 1790. FeUow. Ord. deacon (Ely) Dec. 21, 1788; priest, 
June 19, 1791. V. of Canewdon, Essex, 1809-47. Died 
Mar. 24, 1847, aged 80. (G. Mag., 1847, 11. 103.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Nov. 3, 1832. 
S. of Christopher (1791), clerk, of Halifax, Yorks. [and 
EUzabeth Wilson]. B. at EUand, Yorks. School, Halifax. 
Migrated (age 20) to Magdalene, Oct. 16, 1833. Matric. 
Michs. 1833; Scholar; B..\. 1837; M.A. 1843. P.C. of Elland, 
Yorks., 1843-50. Died Apr. II, 1850. Brother of Christopher 
(1821). (G. Mag., 1850, I. 549.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM FLETCHER. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 
Trinity Hall, Mar. 25, 1855. S. of Joseph Milner (1819), of 
Westmorland Street, High Harrogate, Yorks. B. .\pr. 1, 
1836. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859. Adm. at Lincoln's 
Inn, Apr. 14, 1858. Called to the Bar, 1862. Of Harden HaU, 
Bingley, Yorks. Brother of Charles J. (1867), etc. and 
father of William M. (1896), etc. (H. Speight, Lou-er Wharfe- 
dale, 415.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Jan. 31, 1866. 3rd s. of Guy [of Cangort, King's Co., Ireland], 
B. Aug. 29, 1848, at Shinrone, Co. Tipperary. [School, 
Rossall.] Matric. Michs. 1867. Of Cangort, Shinrone, 
Married and had issue. (Burke, Irish Gentry; Rossall Sch. 
Reg.; Fox-Davies.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM JAMES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Apr. 9, 1 793. S. and h. of William, of London. School, Eton. 
Matric. Lent, 1796; B.A. 1798; M.A. 1801. Adm. at the 
Inner Temple, May 3, 1798. Called to the Bar, 1806. Practised 
in the Temple till 1827. (R. L. Lloyd.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM MILNER. .\dm. at Trinity Hall, 1896. 
S. of William Fletcher (1855), Esq., solicitor, of Harden HaU, 
Bingley, Yorks. B. Sept. 29, 1877. School, Cheltenham 
College. Matric. Michs. 1896; B.A. and LL.B. 1899; M.A. 1904. 
Ord. deacon, 1905; priest (Southwark) 1906; C. of St 
Philip's, Lambeth, London, 1905-7. C. of Castor, Northants., 



Atlay, Marcus Ethelbert 

1907-9. Chaplain at Santa Cruz, 1909-11. C.-in-charge of 
Cosgrave, 1911-14. V. of Caboume, 19x4-15. Served in 
French Army, 1915-17. Lie. pr., dio. Ripon, 1921-9. R. 
of Farmington, Gloucs., 1929-36-. Rural Dean of North 
Leach, 1932-. Surrogate, 1936-. [Cheltenham Coll. Reg.; 
Crockford, 1938.) 

ATKINSON, WILLIAM STEPHEN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Dec. 10, 1838. [S. and h. of Thomas Dinham (1809), V. of 
Rugeley, Staffs.] Matric. Michs. 1839; Scholar, 1842. B.A. 
(2(>th Wrangler) 1843; M.A. 1846. Sometime Director of 
Pubhc Instruction in Bengal. Died Jan. 15, 1876, aged 55, 
at Rome. Brother of George B. (1851), etc. and father of 
Arthur H. (1880). (Boose.) 

ATKYNS, JAMES (1770), see ATKINS. 

ATLAY, BROWNLOW THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
.May 2, 1850. S. of Henry (1802), R. of Gt Casterton, Rutland. 
B. there June 10, 1832. [School, Uppingham.] Matric. 
Michs. 1850; B..'\. 1854; M.A. 1857. Ord. deacon, 1856; 
priest (Ely) 1857; C. of Barrow, 1856-60. Held other 
curacies, 1860-7. Chaplain at St Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta, 
1867-79 and 1882-7; at Naini Tal, 1879-81. Commissary 
of the Bishop of Calcutta, 1870-87 and 1888-98. Archdeacon 
of Calcutta, 1883-8. V. of Willesden, Middlesex, 1888-1902. 
Rural Dean of Harrow, 1897-1901. Resided latterly at 21, 
Matlock Lane, Ealing. Died there Sept. 16, 1912, aged 80. 
Brother of James (1836). (Uppingham Sch. Reg. ; Crockford.) 

ATLAY, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St John's, Dec. 16, 1811. 
S. of Richard (1769), master of Stamford Grammar School, 
Stamford, Lines. B. Nov. 29, 1794. Matric. Michs. 1812; 
B.A. i8i6; M..\. 1819. Ord. deacon, 1817; priest (Lincoln) 
1819; C. of All Saints', Stamford, 1819-23. R. of St George's 
with St Paul's, Stamford, 1823-40. R. of Barrowden, Rut- 
land, 1840-70. Died Nov. 29, 1870, aged 76. Brother of 
Henry (1802). (F. A. Crisp, Notes, xi. 94.) 

ATLAY, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 9, 1886. S. of James (1836), Bishop of Hereford. B. 
May 25, 1868, at Leeds, Yorks. School, Marlborough. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; B.A. 1889. Ord. deacon (Hereford) 
1891; priest (Ely) 1894; C. of St GUes', Cambridge, 1894 
(while on furlough). Attached to the Universities' >Iission in 
Central Africa; at Likoma, Lake Nyassa, 1891-5. Murdered 
by Swangwara natives, Aug. 26, 1895, in Nyassaland. M.I. 
in Hereford Cathedral. Brother of Marcus E. (1899). (Vis. 
of England and Wales, xiv; Scott, MSS.) 

ATLAY, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Feb. 11, 
1802. S. of Richard (1769), master of Stamford Grammar 
School. B. there Aug. 7, 1785. School, Stamford. Matric. 
Michs. 1802; Scholar, 1802; B..\. 1806; M.A. 1809. Fellow, 
1808. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 29, 1808; priest, Sept. 17, 
1809; C. of Hardwick, 1809. R. of St George's-with-St Paul's, 
Stamford, Lines., 1814-23. R. of St Mary's, Wakerley, 
Northants., 1814-26. R. of Tinwell, Rutland, 1826-7. R- 
of Gt Ponton, Lines., 1826-34. R. of Gt Casterton-cum- 
Pickworth, Rutland, 1827-61. Rural Dean, 1840-61. 
Domestic Chaplain to the Marquis of Exeter. Married 
EUzabeth Rayner, dau. of James Hovell, barrister-at-law, 
of Brighton, Jan. 4, 1815, at Holy Trinity, Cambridge. Died 
Feb. 21, 1861, at Gt Casterton. Buried there. Brother of 
Charles (1811); father of James (1836) and Brownlow T. 
(1850). (St John's Coll. Adm., iv.) 

ATLAY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 30, 1836. Of 
Lines. S. of Henry (1802), clerk. B. July 3, 1817, at 
Wakerley. Schools, Grantham and Oakham. Matric. Michs. 
1836; Scholar; B..\. (gth Classic) 1840; M.A. 1843; B.D. 
1850; D.D. 1859. Fellow, 1842-59. Tutor, 1846-59. Ord. 
deacon, 1842; priest, 1843. C. of Warsop, Notts., 1843-6. 
V. of Madingley, Cambs., 1847-52. Whitehall Preacher, 
1856-8. Lady Margaret Preacher, 1859 and 1887. Select 
Preacher at Cambridge, 1858, 1862, 1870, 1873 and 1890. 
V. of Leeds, 1859-68; introduced a scheme of church 
extension and reorganised the work of the parish. Canon of 
Ripon, 1861-8. Bishop of Hereford, 1868-94. Possessed 
great organising abUity and an attractive personaUty; 
described by Archbishop Benson as 'the most beautiful 
combination of enthusiasm, manliness and modesty.' Died 
Dec. 24, 1894. Buried in Hereford Cathedral. M.I. Brother 
of Brownlow T. (1850); father of George W. (1886) and Marcus 
E. (next). (D.X.B., Suppl.) 

ATLAY, MARCUS ETHELBERT. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 9, 1899. S. of James (above), Bishop of Hereford. B. 
Mar. 15, 1881, at Hereford. School, St Paul's. Matric. 
Michs. 1899; B.A. 1903; M.A. 1908. Ord. deacon, 1904; 
priest (London) 1905; C. of St Matthew's, Westminster, 
1904-14; v., 1914-22. Canon of Gloucester, 1923-34. Canon 
Residentiary and Treasurer of Gloucester Cathedral. Chair- 
man of the executive committee of the Anglo-CathoUc Con- 
gress, 1920-2. Select F*reacher at Cambridge, 1922. Proctor 
in Convocation, 1922. Died suddenly July 30, 1934, aged 53, 
at Le Havre de Grace, France. Buried at Prestbury, near 
Cheltenham. Brother of George W. (1886). (The Times, 
Aug. 3, 1934; Scott, MSS.) 



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ATLAY, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at St John's, July 5, 1769. Of 
Yorks. S. of John (? James), farmer, of Sherifi Hutton. 
B. there May 17, 1751. Matric. Michs. 1769; Scholar, 1772; 
B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776. Fellow, 1774-83. Ord. deacon 
(Lincoln) Sept. 19, 1773; priest (Lichfield and Coventry) 
Dec. 24, 1775; C. of St Mary-in-Stamford, 1773. Head 
Master of Stamford Grammar School, 1781-1832. R. of St 
John's with St Clement's, Stamford, 17S5-1S32. V. of St 
Martin's, Stamford Baron, Northants., 1786-1832. Chap- 
lain to Thomas Villiers Hyde, Lord Clarendon. Married 
Sarah Robinson, at Northampton, Jan. 7, 1783. Died 
suddenly Dec. 19, 1832, at the Mermaid Inn, Wansford, 
Northants., on his way to Peterborough. Father of Charles 
(1811) and Henry (1802). {Cant. Act Bk.; St John's Coll. 
Adm.; F. A. Crisp, Notes, xi. 94.) 
ATLEE, JOHN FALCONER. Adm. Fell.-Cnm. at Peterhouse, 
Dec. 14, 1819. Matric. Easter, 1820. Probably of Wands- 
worth, Surrey, and father of John Falconer Atlee, C.M.G., 
Consul at Paris, 1865-94. John Falconer Atlee, a distiller, 
of Wandsworth, patented an apparatus for fermenting 
hquors in 1807. One, J. F. Atlee, Esq., died July 8, 1848, 
aged 88, at Brighton. (Victoria Co. Hist., Surrey, n; G. Mag., 
1848, II. 332.) 
ATMORE, WALTER ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 10, 1878. S. of George, chemist. B. at King's Lynn, 
Norfolk. Bapt. Sept. 14, 1S59. School, King Edward VI, 
Grantham. Matric. Michs. 1878; B.A. 1882. 
ATTENBOROUGH, HENRY WHITEWAY. Adm. at Caius, 
Oct. I, 1886. S. of William Frederick (1S45), V. of Fletching, 
Sussex. B. there May 10, 1866. School, Charterhouse. 
Matric. Michs. 1886. Farming in CaUfornia in 1898. {Venn, 
II. 480.) 
ATTENBOROUGH, WALTER ANNIS. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
June 8, 1869. 2nd s. of Robert, pawnibroker and jeweller, 
of 56, Avenue Road, Regent's Park, London. B. Nov. 27, 
1850, at St Pancras, London. School, St Paul's. Migrated 
to Trinity, July 10, 1869. Matric. Michs. 1869; B.A. 1873; 
M.A. 1876; LL.M. 1876. Adm. at the Middle Temple, 
Sept. 5, 1871. Called to the Bar, 1874. M.P. for Bedford, 
1910 (Jan. -Nov.). Deputy and Assistant Recorder of 
Birmingham, 1921-5. Died June 13, 1932, aged 81, at Bed- 
ford. (Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, June 14, 1932.) 
ATTENBOROUGH, WILLIAM FREDERICK. Adm. sizar at 
St John's, May 27, 1845. S. of Henry, of Nottingham. B. 
there. Bapt. July 16, 1826. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; 
M.A. 1852. Ord. deacon, 1854; priest (Chester) 1855; C. of 
Runcorn, 1854-63. V. of Fletching, 1863-98. Diocesan 
Inspector of Schools, Chailey Deanery, Sussex, 1866-71. 
Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Sheffield. Died May 13, 
1898, aged 71, at Fletching. Father of Henry W. (1886). 
(Scott, MSS.) 
ATTERBURY, HENRY (? HARRY). Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Sept. 14, 1893. School, Denstone. Matric. Michs. 1893, as 
Harry. 
ATTERBURY, HERBERT HEYDEN. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 4, 
1895. [S. of John Herbert, Esq., of Welford, Rugby, Warws.] 
School, Rugby. Matric. Michs. 1895. Of Welford, Rugby; 
farming his own land. Served in the Great War (Capt., 
Derbyshire Yeomanry; Lieut., Guards Machine Gun Regt.; 
wounded). Probably brother of John E. (1894). {Rugby Sch. 
Reg. ; Univ. War List.) 
ATTERBURY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 2, 1807. 

Of Northants. Matric. Michs. 1807. 
ATTERBURY, JOHN ERNEST. Adm. at Clare, Oct. 12, 1894. 
Matric. Michs. 1894. One of these names died June 5, 1931 ; 
of Welford, Rugby. Probably brother of Herbert H. (1895). 
{The Times, June 8, 1931.) 
ATTFIELD, DONALD HARVEY. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, 
Oct. I, 1884. S. of John [Professor of Chemistry], F.R.S., of 
Watford, Herts. B. June 9, 1866. School, Universitv 
College. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. iSgi; M.B. 
and B.C. 1892. Sometime Medical Officer of Health at 
Watford. Chief Maritime Medical Officer of Health for the 
Egyptian Government at Suez. Superintendent of Suez 
sanitation of Pilgrims to Mecca. Died Mar. 23, 1908, at 
San Remo. {T. A. Walker, 579.) 
ATTHILL, LOMBE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 3, 1S05. 
S. of Edward, merchant, of Yarmouth, Norfolk. B. there. 
School, Hingham, Norfolk (Mr Browne). Matric. Michs. 
i8o6; Scholar, 1806-13; B.A. iSio. Ord. deacon (London, 
Liu. dim. from Norwich) Mar. 10, 1811; priest (Norwich) 
Dec. 20, 1812. P.C. of Rumburgh and V. of St Michael's, 
South Elmham, Suffolk, 1823-50. Married Miss Harriet 
Pizzey, of Halesworth, Sept. 15, 1831. Died Mar. 20, 1864, 
at Halesworth. M.I. at Cawston, Norfolk. {Venn, 11. 144.) 
ATTHILL, WILLIAM. .\dm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Nov. 12, 
1790. S. and h. of Anthony John, of Brandiston, Norfolk. 
Bapt. there Apr. 17, 1774. School, Kirkheaton, Yorks. 
(Mr Sunderland). Matric. Michs. 1791; Scholar, 1791-97; 

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Prizeman; B.A. {2nd Wrangler) 1795; M.A. 1798. Fellow, 
1797-1800. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 24, 1797; priest (Lin- 
coln) Sept. 23, 1798; C. of Fen Ditton, Cambs., 1797. 
Chaplain to Dr Porter, Bishop of Clogher, 1798-1804. R. 
and V. of Fintona, Co. Tyrone. Preb. of Clogher, 1798. R. 
and V. of Magheraculmoney, Fermanagh, 1818-47. Married 
Henrietta Eyre, dau. of George MaunseU, D.D., Dean of 
Leighlin, Apr. 6, 1805. A strong Evangelical; one of the 
founders of the Hibernian Bible Society. Author, The 
Church Catechism, etc. Died Mar. 5, 1847, aged 73, at Hull. 
Buried at Brandiston. Father of William L. (1824). {Venn, 
II. 121 ; J. B. LesUe, Clogher Clergy; G. Mag., 1847, 11. 216.) 

ATTHILL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, Aug. 4, 1857. S. 
of WiUiam Lombe (1824), V. of Horsford, Norfolk. B. Dec. 2, 
1836, at Brandiston Hall, Norfolk. School, Bromsgrove, 
Worcs. Did not reside. Entered the Army, 1857 (Lieut., 
89th Regt., i860; retired, 1864; Capt. and Adj., 31st 
Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers). Died at Glasgow, Feb. 1873. 
Buried at Brandiston. Father of William (next). {Venn, 11. 
337.) 
ATTHILL, WILLIAM. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1889. S. and h. 
of William (above), Capt., 89th Regt., deceased. B. Oct. 3, 
i860. Adm. at Downing, Sept. lo, 1890; B.A. 1896. Of 
Brandiston Hall, Norfolk. Married and had issue. Died 
Mar. 27, 1938, aged 78. (Burke, L.G.; The Times, Apr. 6, 
1938.) 
ATTHILL, WILLIAM LOMBE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, 
Oct. 19, 1824. S. of William (1790), clerk, of Ardess, Fer- 
managh, Ireland. B. July 11, 1807, at Fintona, Co. Tyrone. 
School, Wakefield (Mr Rogers). Matric. Michs. 1825, as 
William Thomas {sic). Migrated to Trinity College, DubUn, 
Oct. 14, 1826; B.A. (Dublin) 1830; M.A. (DubUn) 1856. Ord. 
deacon (Killaloe) 1830; priest (Kilrnore) 1832. C. of Maghera- 
culmoney, Co. Fermanagh, 1834. Sub-Dean and Canon of 
the Collegiate Church of Middleham, Yorks., 1839-51. V. 
of Horsford, Norfolk, 1851-63. C. of SaxthorpeandCorpusty, 
1872-7. C. of Wicklewood, 1877-8. C. of Knapton, 1881-4. 
Of Brandiston Hall, Alderford, Norfolk. Married four times. 
.\uthor, Documents relating to Middleham Church. Died 
Dec. II, 1884, at Brandiston Hall. Father of William (1857). 
{Venn, 11. 194; Al. Dubl.; Clogher Clergy.) 
ATTKINS, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 22, 1822. 
In priest's orders. [Ord. deacon (Norwich) July 20, 1817; 
priest. May 24, 1818.] 
ATTLEE, ARTHUR. Adm. at Pembroke, Oct. 1894. S. of 
James, of Burntwood, Upperton, Eastbourne, Sussex. School, 
New College, Eastbourne. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. 
ATTLEE, BARTRAM WALLER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Aug. II, 1887. S. of John, miller, of Dorking, Surrey. B. 
there Mar. 15, 1870. School, Amersham Hall, Reading 
(Mr A. S. West). Matric. Michs. 1887; B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. 
Town clerk of Komsey in 1935. Brother of John (1886) and 
Wilfrid H. W. (1894). (Who's Who in Local Government, 
I935-) 
ATTLEE, CECIL KNIGHT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Sept. 30, 
1894. S. of Charles, Esq., of The Limes, Tooting. Matric. 
Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897. At St Thomas's Hospital, London. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1906. Assistant Tubercular Officer at 
the Royal Chest Hospital, City Road, London. Resident 
Medical Officer at the Brompton Chest Hospital. House 
Physician at the Evelina Hospital. Served in the Great War 
(temp. Capt., R.A.M.C). Tubercular Officer to the Surrey 
County Council. Of 30, Worple Road, Wimbledon, S.W. 19. 
(Medical Reg., 1938.) 
ATTLEE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 4, 1886. S. 
of John, miller, of Dorking, Surrey. B. there Dec. 8, 1868. 
School, Amersham, near Reading (Mr A. S. West). Matric. 
Michs. i886; B.A. 1S89; M.B. and B.C. 1892; M.A. 1893; 
M.D. 1895. At St Bartholomew's Hospital, London. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1892. House Surgeon at the East 
London Hospital for Children, ShadweU. Chief Clinical 
Assistant at the Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital; 
at the Royal London Ophthalmic Hospital. Ophthalmic 
House Surgeon at St Bartholomew's Hospital. Consulting 
Physician to the Hospital for Consumptives, Margaret 
Street, London. Died Mar. 8, 1937, aged 67, at Welhng- 
borough. Brother of Wilfrid H. W. (1894), etc. (The limes. 
Mar. 10, 1937; Medical Directory, 1937.) 
ATTLEE, SIMMONDS. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 7' 
1855. S. of Richard, of Dorking, Surrey. B. there. School, 
King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859; 
MA 1862. Ord. deacon (Carlisle, for Canterbury); pnest 
(Chester) 1862. Missionary (C.M.S.) at Lucknow, 1859-61. 
C. of Alderlev Edge, Cheshire, 1861-3. P.C. of Newland, 
Yorks., 1863-8. C. of Holcombe, Lanes., 1868-72. C. of 
Mobberley, 1872-7. C. of Southshore, Blackpool, 1877-8. 
V of Buttermere, 1882-91. Lie. pr. at Jerusalem, 1892-6. 
R. of Middleton Scriven, Heref., 1896-1918. Died June i, 
1918, aged Si. (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

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ATTLEE, WILFRID HENRY WALLER. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, June 16, 1894. S. of John, miller, of Dorking, Surrey. 
B. there Dec. 29, 1876. Schools, Amersham Hall, Reading 
(Mr A. S. West) and New College, Eastbourne (Mr F. 
Schreiner). Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M..'^., M.B. and 
B.C. 1901; M.D. 1904. At St Bartholomew's Hospital, 
London. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1900. M.R.C.P., 1925. House 
Surgeon and Midwifery Assistant at St Bartholomew's 
Hospital. Resident Medical Officer at the Metropolitan 
Hospital. Served in the Great War (Major, R.A.M.C; 
mentioned in despatches). Member of the Eton College 
Medical Board. Physician at the King Edward VII Hospital, 
Windsor. Consulting Physician to Staines Cottage Hospital. 
Of High Street, Eton, Bucks. (Attlee, Maxwell and Norman) . 
Brother of John (1886), etc. {Reg. of the Senate, 1935; 
Medical Directory, 1922, 1938.) 

ATTLEE, WILLIAM. Adm. (age 19) at Pembroke, Oct. i, 
1891. S. and h. of Wilham, Esq., of Cobham, Surrey. B. 
Nov. 25, 1872, at Woodcote, near Dorking. School, Charter- 
house. Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Athletic 
'blue,' 1893. Tutor at Cleveland House School, Weymouth, 
in 1911. 

ATTLEY; see also ATLAY. 

ATTREE, V/ILLIAM WAKEFORD. Adm. pens, (age 20) at 
Trinity, Jan. 28, 1823. S. of Thomas [Esq., of Queen's 
Park, Brighton]. B. at Brighton. School, Eton. Matric. 
Michs. 1825; B.A. 1829; M.A. 1832. Adm. at the Middle 
Temple, Oct. 16, 1826. Called to the Bar, 1833. On the 
Home Circuit and the Sussex Sessions. Recorder of Hastings, 
Rye and Seaford. Assistant Tithe Commissioner. Known 
in legal circles as the editor of a report of the celebrated 
Braintree Church-rate Case (Goshng v. Veley). Reporter of 
the Lm,w Journal of cases decided by the House of Lords. 
An authority on the law and practice of Quarter Sessions. 
A member of the Sussex Archaeological Society. Vice- 
President of the Brighton Royal Literary and Scientific 
Institution. On the Council of Brighton College and a 
Member of the Sussex Board of Examiners. Died Jan. 28, 
1862, at Brighton, at his father's house. M.I. at Ditchling. 
[G. Mag., 1862, I. 382; Sussex Arch. Coll., xxviii. 135.) 

ATTWATER, THOMAS HENRY. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, 
July 3, 1875. S. of [Gay] Thomas, husbandman, of Obome 
(or Wobourne), Dorset. B. 1857, at 'South Newton,' Wilts. 
[School, Sherborne.] Matric. Michs. 1875; Scholar; B.A. 
{i\ih Wrangler) 1879; M.A. 18S2. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 
Apr. 16, 1S80. Called to the Bar, 1883. Conveyancer and 
equity draftsman. Died Feb. i, 1929, aged 72, at Ryde 
House, Highfield Road, Upper Norwood. {Sherborne Sch. 
Reg.; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, Feb. 4, 1929.) 

ATTWOOD, EDWARD MOORE, see MOORE, EDWARD (1875). 

ATTWOOD, FREDERICK LYNDON. Adm. Fell. -Com. at 
Downing, Oct. 20, 1874. Of Carlton Chambers, 8, Regent 
Street, London, M.R.C.S. [1865]. Matric. Michs. 1874. 
Sometime Resident Medical Officer at the Royal Free 
Hospital, London. A distinguished surgeon, active in the 
Servo-Turkish War; one of a band of English surgeons sent 
out by the National Aid Society to assist the sick and 
wounded at Belgrade in 1876; subsequently carried on 
the hospital mainly at his own expense. Surgeon with the 
Turkish ambulance service in the Russo-Turkish War. 
Captured by the Russian cavalry and endured great hard- 
ships. Died Apr. 10, 1879. {Doumng Coll. Hist.) 

ATTWOOD, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at St John's, May 6, 18x4. 
[2nd s. of Thomas, musician, of London (for whom see 
D.N.B.). B. there.] Matric. Michs. 1814. Migrated to 
Pembroke, Feb. 26, i8i6; B.A. {7th Wrangler) i8i8; M.A. 
1821; T>T\vhitt Scholar, 1820. Fellow of Pembroke, 1821. 
Ord. deacon, 1S23; priest, 1829. V. of Saxthorpe, Norfolk, 
1834-7. R. of Framlingham with Saxted, Suffolk, 1837-84 
Rural Dean. J. P. Died July 22, 1884, aged 89. Brother of 
William H. (1825) and probably father of William D. (1856) 
(Crockford; CaiU. Act Bk.; Scott, MSS.) 

ATTWOOD, GEORGE CAREW REYNELL. Adm. pens, at 
Emmanuel, July 17, 1873. Matric. Michs. 1873, as G. C. 
Rynell; Dixie Scholar. 

ATTWOOD, WILLIAM DENTON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 15, 1856. [Probably s. of George (1814).] Matric. Michs. 
1856; Scholar; B.A. i860; M.A. 1863. Fellow, i860. Ord. 
deacon (Ely) 1862; priest (Worcester) 1863. Assistant 
Master at King's School, Canterbury, 1861-2. C. of Orsett, 
1861-6, and Chaplain of the Union. C. of Hanbury 1862-4' 
R. of Little Bentley, Essex, 1871-S4. Died Feb. 4, 1885, at 
Florence House, Merrion, Dublin. (Scott, MSS.; The 
Guardian, Feb. 11, 1885.) 



AuBER, John 

ATTWOOD, WILLIAM HAMILTON. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, 
Feb. 18, 1825. 5th s. of Thomas, musician, of Norwood, 
Surrey. B. in London. Matric. Michs. 1825, as William; 
Scholar; B.A. 1829. Ord. deacon (Rochester) 1830; priest 
(Chichester) 1831. C. of Bedingfield with Debenham, 
Suffolk, in 1846. R, of Gosbeck, 1847-79. Died 1879. 
Brother of George (18 14). 

ATTWOOD-MATHEWS, BENJAMIN St JOHN, see MATHEWS. 

ATTY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Queens', Nov. 17, 1796. Of 
Yorks. [Perhaps 2nd s. of James (Attye), of Whitby, Yorks. 
B. 1772.] Died unmarried Nov. 24, 1797, aged 25. (Burke, 
L.G.) 

ATTY, JOHN CAPE. Adm. at Trinity, Nov. 24, 1790; a 'Ten- 
year' man. 

ATTY or ATTYE, ROBERT [JAMES]. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Feb. 13, 1830. S. and h. of Robert, Esq., of Ingon Grange, 
near Stratford-on-Avon, Warws. B. 181 1. School, Shrews- 
bury. Matric. Michs. 1831, as Robert James; B.A. 1835. 
J. P. and D.L. for Warwickshire. Master of the Hounds, 
Wynnstay, 1840-3. Of Ingon Grange, Warws. Died un- 
married Apr. 26, 1862, aged 51. {Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; 
Burke, L.G.) 

ATTYE, ROBERT JERVOISE. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 1882. 
S. of [Francis Lionel Octavius], Col. [2nd Batt. Queen's 
Royal Regt.], of Stratford-on-Avon, Warws. B. July 9, 
1862. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1882. Of Ingon Grange, 
Warws. J.P. Died July 28, 1916. (Burke, L.G.) 

ATWOOD, FRANCIS THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, 
Jan. 21, 1817. S. of Thomas. B. at Hammersmith, London. 
School, Winchester. Matric. Lent, 1818; B.A. 1823; M.A. 
1826. P.C. of St Paul's, Hammersmith, 1826-56. V. of Gt 
Ludford, Lines., 1828-9. V. of Sixhills, 1828-9. R. of 
Butterleigh, Devon, 1830-1. V. of Grimsby St Mary with 
St James, Lines., 1831-56. Died Aug. 6, 1856, aged 57, at 
Gt Grimsby. (G. Mag.; Scott, MSS.) 

ATWOOD, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, June 5, 
1765. S. of Thomas, clerk, of London. Bapt. Oct. 15, i745- 
School, Westminster. Matric. Lent, 1766; Scholar; Members' 
Prize, 1766; First Smith's Prizeman, 1769; B.A. {^rd 
Wrangler) 1769; M.A. 1772. Fellow, 1770. Tutor, 1773-9- 
Inspector of Tontine Certificates, 1790. F.R.S., 1776; 
Copley Medal, 1796. A distinguished mathematician and 
lecturer. Rendered important financial services to Pitt, who 
bestowed upon him a sinecure office, as one of the patent 
searchers of the Customs, with a salary of £500. Author, 
mathematical. Died unmarried July, 1807. Buried at 
St Margaret's, Westminster. Brother of James (i775)- 
{Record of Old Westminsters; D.N.B.) 

ATWOOD, GEORGE HENRY SANDERS. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Oct. 26, 1874. S. of George Dewhurst. B. at 
Ashelworth, Gloucs. Matric. Michs. 1874. Ord. deacon, 
1879; priest (Worcester) 1880; C. of Polesworth, Warws., 
1879-83. R. of Bishopstrow, Wilts., 1883-1921. Secretary 
to the Wiltshire County Reformatory School for Boys, 
1899-1921. Died Mar. 11, 1921, aged 65, at Bishopstrow. 
{Crockford; R. F. Scott; Ihe Times, Mar. 14, 1921.) 

ATWOOD, JAMES [ESTCOURT]. .'Vdm. pens, (age 16) at 
Trinity, Jan. 17, 1775. 2nd s. of Thomas, C. of St Clement 
Danes, London. B. July, 1758. School, Westminster [Ja. 
Estcourt]. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 24, 1775- Entered 
the Army (Ensign, 99th Foot, 1780; retired from the Army, 
Aug. 1781). Re-adm. at Trinity, Feb. 10, 1798, as a 'Ten- 
year' man, James Estwart (sic) Atwood. R. of Saxlingham, 
Norfolk, 1787-1810 (successor instituted Sept. 10, 1811). 
Went to India. Chaplain of the East India Co. at St Thomas's 
Mount and Poonamallee, 1799. Buried July 24, 1810, at 
St Thomas's Mount, Fort St George, Madras. Brother of 
George (1765). {Record of Old Westminsters.) 

AUBER, CHARLES BRANSBY. Adm. pens, (age 20) at Trinity, 
Aug. 18, 1840. S. of Henry Peter [E. I. Co.]. B. Apr. 6, 
1820, in London. School, Westminster. Matric. Michs. 
1840; B.A. 1845. Ord. deacon, 1845; priest, 1846; C. of 
Morton Pinkeney, Northants., 1846-53. R. of Clanna- 
borough, Devon, 1853-67. Married Zoc Adelaide, dau. of 
Charles Henry Barber, Q.C., Nov. 16, 1847. Died Jan. 18. 
1867, aged 46, at Teignmouth. Buried there. {Record of Old 
Westminsters; G. Mag., i. 393.) 

AUBER, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 20, 
1783. S. of James [weaver], of London [and a director of the 
French hospital]. B. Jan. 1, 1764. [School, St Paul's.] 
Matric. Michs. 1783; Scholar, 1786; B.A. 1787; M.A. 1791- 
R. of East Hatley, Cambs., 1796-8. Sometime R. of Blaisdon, 
Gloucs. Married Jane, dau. of Hugh Grove, R. of Melbury, 
Dorset, July 31, 1793. Died 1798. Buried at Blaisdon. 
Will (P.C.C.) July 31, 1798. {Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S., I. 94; 
St Paul's Sch. Reg.) 



AuBER, Robert Henry 

AUBER, ROBERT HENRY. Adm. sizar (age i8) at Pembroke, 
July 3, 1792. S. of Isaac, gent., of Camberwell, Surrey. B. 
[Nov. 28, 1774] in London. [School, Merchant Taylors'.] 
Exhibitioner; Matric. Michs. 1792; B.A. 1796. Migrated to 
Trinity Hall, July 5, 1796. Ord. priest (London) Apr. 27, 
1800; C. of Nettleswell, Essex. Usher at Dulwich College, 
:8i4 (Jan. 8-24). R. of Wanlip, Leics., 1831-7. Living at 
Camberwell, Surrey, in 1846; still there in 1854. Of North 
Petherton, Somerset, in 1856. Died there July 14, 1859. 
Buried there. (Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S., i. 93; Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

AUBERT, WILLIAM HOBSON. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Nov. 21, 1848. Matric. Lent, 1849; B.A. 1853. 

AUBERTIN or AUBERTON, PETER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
July I, 1794. S. of Peter, merchant, of Banstead, Surrey 
[a native of Neuchatel, Switzerland]. B. Feb. 4, i775- Bapt. 
in Threadneedle Street, London. Matric. Michs. 1797; 
Scholar; B.A. 1798, as Auberton, John (sic). Ord. deacon 
(Winchester) June 3, 1798; priest, May 19, i799; C. of 
Sutton, Surrey, 1798. R. of Chipstead, 1808-61, as Auberton, 
Peter. Married Henrietta, dau. of Daniel Lambert, of 
Banstead, July 6, 1809. Died Nov. 9, 1861. Buried at 
Chipstead. Father of Thomas (next). (St John's Coll. Adm., 
iv; Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S., iv. 123.) 

AUBERTIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Apr. 25, 1845. 
S. of Peter (above), clerk, of Chipstead, Surrey. B. there 
July 6, 1823. Matric. Michs. 1845; B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852. 
P.C. of Melton Ross, Lines., 1858-68. Died there Jan. 16, 
1868, aged 43. (G. Mag., 1868, i. 396.) 

AUBREY, ARTHUR EDWIN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
Oct. 3, 1896. S. of G. H., Esq., of Springfield, Chelmsford, 
Essex. [School, King Edward's, Chelmsford.] Matric. 
Michs. 1896; Scholar, 1898; B.A. 1899. Assistant Master at 
Simon Langton's School, Canterbury, 1899-1901 ; at Coventry 
School, 1901-5; at Victoria College, Alexandria, 1905-ig-. 
(Schoolmasters' Directory, 1919.) 

AUBREY, CYRIL JOHN ROBY, see HOFFMEISTER. 

AUBREY, THOMAS DIGBY. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 19) at 
Trinity, June 24, 1801. [S. and h. of Richard, of Llan- 
blythian, Glam.] B. Dec. 2, 1782. School, Westminster. 
Matric. Michs. 1801; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1809. Adm. at 
Lincoln's Inn, June 24, 1805, as 's. of Richard, Esq., of Ash 
Hall, Co. Glamorgan.' Called to the Bar, 18 11. High Sheriff 
of Bucks., 1815. Succeeded his uncle as 7th Bart., Mar. 14, 
1826. Chairman of the Bucks. Quarter Sessions. Of Llan- 
trithyd and Boarstall; resided chiefly at Oving House, near 
Aylesbury, Bucks. Married Mary, dau. of Thomas Wright, 
of London, Dec. 9, 1813. Died s.p. Sept. 5, 1856, at Oving 
House, when the Baronetcy became extinct. (G.E.C., iii. 95, 
where he is wrongly assigned to St John's College.) 

AUDEN, ALFRED MILLINGTON. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 
1885. [4th s. of John (1849), clerk. B. Oct. 12, 1865, at 
Hominglow, Staffs. School, Rossall.] Matric. Michs. 1885; 
B.A. 1888; M.A. 1892. Classical Tutor at Kingswood School, 
Bath, 1888-9. Assistant Master at Merchiston Castle School, 
Edinburgh, 1891-3. Ord. deacon 1893; priest (Lichfield) 
1894; C. of Perry Barr, 1893-8. C. of Clun, 1898-1904. V. of 
Church Broughton, Derbs., 1904-33. V. of Hempstead-by- 
Holt, Norfolk, 1933-6-. Married and had issue. Brother of 
George A. (1890). (Crochford; Burke, L.G.) 

AUDEN, ARNOLD WILLIAM MONTFORT. Adm. pens, at 
Clare, Mar. 16, 1883. [S. and h. of William (1852), clerk. 
B. July 22, 1863, at Rowley Regis, Staffs. School, Shrews- 
bury.] Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. At Edinburgh 
University. M.B. and CM. (Edinburgh) 1895. Assistant Master 
at Wisbech Grammar School, Cambs., 1886. Of Shildon, 
Durham, 1895-6. Subsequently practised as a surgeon. A 
member of the British Medical Association. Of Birch House, 
Leigh, Lanes. Surgeon to the Lancashire, Cheshire and 
Wigan and District Miners' Permanent Kehef Societies. 
Died Mar. 6, 1929, aged 65, at Leigh. Buried there. Brother 
of Bertram (i8go) and Walter D. (1893). (Shrewsbury Sch. 
Reg.; Burke, L.G.; Medical Directory.) 

AUDEN, BERTRAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 5, 1890. 
2nd s. of William (1852), V. of Church Broughton, Derbs. 
B. there Mar. 14, 1871. [School, Uppingham.] Matric. 
Michs. 1890; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1S98. Assistant Master at 
Bishop's College School, Leiinoxville, Quebec, for 3 years. 
Private tutor for a year. Head Master of GljTigarth Pre- 
paratory School, Cheltenham, Gloucs., 1902-21. Of Green- 
acre, Stanley Road, Battledown, Cheltenham, in 1932. 
Married and had issue. Brotherof Walter D. (1893). (Upping- 
ham Sch. Reg.; Schoolmasters' Directory; Burke, L.G., 1937.) 

AUDEN, GEORGE AUGUSTUS. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
July 12, 1890. S. of John (1849), V. of Hominglow, Staffs. 
B. there Aug. 27, 1872. School, Repton. Matric. Michs. 
1890; Scholar, 1892; B.A. (Nat. Sci. Trip., ist Class) 1893; 
M.B. and B.C. 1897; M.A. 1899; M.D. 1900; D.P.H. 1909. 



AuFRECHT, Theodore 

At St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, 1894-7. House 
Physician and Clinical Assistant. Scholar and Gold Medallist, 
St Bartholomew's Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1896. 
M.R.C.P., 1908. F.R.C.P., 1919. Physician to the General 
Lying-in Hospital, London. Hon. Physician to the York 
County Hospital, 1905-8. Medical Superintendent of the 
Birmingham Education Committee, 1908. School Medical 
Officer at Birmingham, 1908-37. Lecturer at Saltley 
Training College. Assistant to the Professor of Hygiene and 
Demonstrator in Public Health at Birmingham University. 
Ph.D. (Birmingham) 1926. Consulting Psychologist to 
Besford Court. Served in the Great War (Major, R.A.M.C). 
FeUow of the KonegUge Nordiske Oldskriftselskab, Copen- 
hagen, 1905. F.S.A., 1908. Hon. Member of the Canadian 
Hygiene Association. A member of the Medical Com- 
mission of the National Association for the Feeble-uiinded. 
Of Wesco, Threkeld, Cumberland, and 42, Lordswood Road, 
Harbome, Birmingham. Married and had issue. Author, 
The Preservation of Antiquities (transl.); Guide to Pre-historic 
Collections, National Museum, Copenhagen (transl.). Editor 
of the Historic and Scientific Survey of York and District; and 
a Handbook to Birmingham. Brother of Alfred M. (1885). 
(Peile, 11. 760; Medical Directory, 1938; Univ. Cat., 1935-6; 
Who's Who, 1938.) 

AUDEN, HENRY WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr. 27, 
1886. S. of Thomas (1854), V. of St Julian's, Shrewsbury. 

B. Nov. 27, 1867, at Wellingborough. School, Shrewsbury. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar, 1886; Bell University Scholar, 
1887; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class, Pt I) 1889; M.A. 1893. At 
Marburg University, Germany, 1890-1. Assistant Master at 
Fettes College, Edinburgh, 1891-1903. Principal of Upper 
Canada College, Toronto, 1903-18; resigned. Professor of 
Classics at the Western University, London, Ontario, 1920- 
39-. Married and had issue. Author, educational ; editor of 
classical works; general editor of Blackwood's Classical 
Series. Of 236, St George Street, London, Ontario. (Peile, 
II. 722; Shreiesbury Sch. Reg.; Who's Who, 1938.) 

AUDEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 26, 1849. S. and 
h. of William, farmer, of Rowley Regis, Staffs. B. there 
Feb. 2, 1831. School, Dudley Grammar (Rev. A. K. 
Thompson, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1849; B.A. 1853; M.A. 
1856. Ord. deacon, 1854; priest (Worcester) 1855. C. of 
Sutton Coldfield, 1856-7. C. of SUverdale, Staffs., 1858-64. 

C. of Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight, 1865-6. V. of Hominglow, 
Staffs., 1866-76. Died Nov. 23, 1876. Buried at Homing- 
low. Brother of Thomas (1S54) and William (1852) ; father of 
Alfred M. (1885) and George A. (1890). (Burke, L.G.) 

AUDEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, July 3, 1854. 
3rd s. of William, farmer. B. Apr. 7, 1836, at Rowley Regis, 
Staffs. [School, Dudley Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1854; 
B.A. 1858; M.A. 1861. Ord. deacon, 1859; priest (Rochester) 
i860. Assistant Master at Dedham Grammar School, Essex, 
1858-63. Head Master of WeUingborough Grammar School, 
1863-9. V. of Ford, Salop, 1869-79. V. of St Julian's, 
Shrewsbury, 1879-92. V.of Condover, 1892-1908. Surrogate, 
dio. Lichfield, 1880, and of Hereford, 1905. Preb. of Lich- 
field, 1905-20. Rural Dean of Condover, 1906-20. F.S.A., 
1890. Proctor in Convocation, dio. Hereford, 1908-10 and 
1911-16. Vice-Chairman of the Education Committee of 
Salop County Council. Chairman of the Council of the 
Shropshire Archaeological Society. Of Alderdene, Church 
Stretton, Salop. Author, History of Shrewsbury, etc. Died 
Nov. 11, 1920, aged 84. Buried at Condover, Salop. Brother 
of WiUiam (1852), etc., and father of Henry W. (1886). 
(Vis. of England and Wales, xin; Crockford.) 

AUDEN, WALTER DOUGLAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
July 5, 1893. 3rd s. of William (next), V. of Church Brough- 
ton, Derbs. B. there Feb. 15, 1874- [School, Shrewsbury.] 
Matric. Michs. 1893; B.A. 1896; M.A. 1901. Ord. deacon 
(Liverpool) 1898; priest (Bp. Royston) 1899; C. of St Jude's, 
West Derby, Lanes., 1898-1902. Member of St Andrew's 
Bush Brotherhood, Longreach, Rockhampton, Australia, 
1902-8. C. of The Lickey, Birmingham, 1909-12. P.C. of 
Howgill, Yorks., 1912-24. V. of Kettlewell with Conistone, 
1924-36-. Married and had issue. Brother of Bertram 
(1890), etc. (Shrewsbury Sch. Reg.; Crockford, 1938; Burke, 
L.G., 1937.) 

AUDEN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 23, 1852. 
S. of William, famier, of Rowley Regis, Staffs. B. there 
June 12, 1834. School, Dudley Grammar (Rev. A. K. 
Thompson, M.A.). Matric. Michs. 1852; B.A. 1856; M.A. 
1859. Ord. deacon, i860; priest (Worcester) 1861. V. of 
Church Broughton, Derbs., 1864-1904. Died Jan. 28, 1904. 
Buried at Church Broughton. Brother of Thomas (1854), 
etc. ; father of Walter D. (above), Bertram (1890) and Arnold 
W. M. (1883). (Vis. of England and Wales, xiii.) 

AUFRECHT, THEODORE. Hon. Litt.D. 1893. B. at Lesch- 
nitz, Silesia. Professor of Sanskrit at Bomi, 1875-1907. 
Died May, 1907. (Who was Who, 1897-1916.) 

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AuFRERE, George John 

AUFRERE, GEORGE JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Apr. 10, 1788. Of Norfolk. [2nd s. of Anthony, Esq., of 
Hoveton, Norfolk. B. 1769.] Matric. Michs. 1788; Scholar; 
B.A. 1793. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 3, 1792; priest 
Sept. 22, 1793; C. of Ridlington and East Ruston, Norfolk, 
1792. V. of East Ruston with Ridlington, 1794-1836. V. of 
Bacton, 1810-23. Lived latterly at Ridlington. Died there 
Jan. 30, 1853, aged 83. Brother of Philip D. (i795). (Burke, 
L.O.\G. Mag., 1853. I- 328.) 

AUFRERE, PHILIP DUVAL (DU VAL). Adm. pens, (age 19) 
at Pembroke, Oct. 29, i795- 5th s. of Anthony, Esq., of 
Hoveton St Peter's, Norfolk. B. there. Matric. Michs. 1796, 
asP.DuVal; Scholar; B.A. 1800. Ord. deacon (Ely, Liii. dim. 
from Norwich) June 8; priest (Norwich) Dec. 21, 1800. R. of 
Eccles St Mary-by-the-Sea, Norfolk, 1806-8. V. of Bacton, 
1806-10. R. (and V.) of Seaming, 1808-48. R. of Bawdes- 
well, 1810-4S. Married (i) Mary, dau. of the Rev. Mr Beevor; 
(2) Ann Margaret, dau. of the Rev. Marmaduke Smith. 
Died June 4, 1848, aged 73, at Mundesley, Norfolk. Brother 
of George J. (1788). (Burke, L.G.; G. Mag., 1848, n. 216.) 

AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, Prince, see SUSSEX, H.R.H. 

AULD, OSWALD MacGREGOR. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
June 30, 1888. S. of John Murray. B. Jan. 18, 1871, at 
Kingston, Jamaica. School, Jamaica High (Rev. VV. Simms, 
M.A.). Matric. Alichs. 1888. Died 1891. 

AULDJO, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Nov. 12, 
1822. S. and h. of Alexander. B. July 26, 1805, at Montreal, 
Canada. School, Hammersmith, London (Mr Atwood). 
Matric. Michs. 1823. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 7, 1827, as 
's. of Alexander, late of Montreal, Canada.' Ascended Mont 
Blanc, Aug. 8, 1827. Cicerone to Sir Walter Scott at Naples, 

1832, where he lived for many years; explored Mount 
\'esuvius. Visited Constantinople and the Greek Islands, 

1833. Settled at Geneva. Acting consul there, 1870-1. 
Consul (unpaid), 1872-86. F.R.G.S., 1832. F.R.S., 1840. 
Intimate with Bulwer Lytton, Thackeray, Cruickshank and 
Macaulay. Author, Narrative of an ascent to the summit of 
Mont Blanc; Sketches of Vesuviw, etc. Died May 6, 1886, 
at Geneva. Buried there in the Chatelaine Cemetery. 
{Boose, IV. Suppl.; Notes and Queries; Memoir by J. M. 
Bulloch, May 12, 1934.) 

AULSEBROOK, FREDERIC WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St 
John's, Oct. 11, 1883. S. of WUliam, teacher. B. at Haigh, 
Lanes. Bapt. Jan. i, 1859. School, St Mark's Training 
CoUege, Chelsea. Matric. Michs. 1883; B.A. 1886. 

AURIOL-BARKER, ALLAN HENRY, see BARKER, AURIOL A. 
HENRY. 

AUSTEN, FREDERICK WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
June 18, 1892. S. of Herbert Gray [Capt., R.N.], of Whitley 
Lodge, Reading, Berks. B. there Oct. 4, 1873. School, 
Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1892; B.A. 1895; M.A. 1899. 
Ord. deacon, 1899; priest (Rochester) 1901; C. of St Anne's, 
Wandsworth, 1900-13. R. of Stock Harvard with Ramsden 
Bellhouse, Essex, 1914-38-. Edited The Annals of Ramsden 
Bellhouse (by the Rev. E. P. Gibson) with some additions and 
illustrations. (Crockford, 1938.) 

AUSTEN, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at St John's, Oct. 8, 1859. 
S. of Benjamin, gent. B. at Ramsgate, Kent. Bapt. Aug. 
29, 1839. Matric. Michs. 1859; Prizeman; (Moral Sci. Trip., 
ist Class, 1862); B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866. Ord. deacon, 1864; 
priest (Lincoln) 1865; C. of St Mary's, Nottingham, 1865-6. 
V. of St Paul's, Middlesborough, 1867-75. V. of Whitby, 
Yorks., 1875-1920. Preb. of York, 1888-1912. Select 
Preacher at Cambridge, 1894 and 1917. Rural Dean, 1897- 
1920. V. of Aislaby, 1905-8. Canon of York, 1908-33. 
Chancellor of York Minster, 1912-32. Proctor in Convo- 
cation, 1912. Author, Our Holy arid Our Beautiful House. 
Died Aug. 4, 1933, aged 94. Father of Wilfrid A. E. (1895). 
{The Times, Aug. 7, 1933.) 

AUSTEN, GEORGE HAVALAND HILEY. Adm. (age 18) at 
Caius, Oct. 1, 1872. S. of John Hiley (1835), R. of Tarrant 
Keynston, Dorset. B. at Ensbury, Dorset. Matric. Michs. 
1872. Migrated to Downing, Apr. 15, 1874. Brother of 
John H. (1868). (Venn, 11. 403.) 

AUSTEN, HENRY. Adm. pens, at St John's, Mar. 7, 1812. 
[S. of John, R. of Tarrant Keynston, Dorset, 1806-56.] 
Matric. Michs. 1812; B.A. 1816. C. of Pimpeme, Dorset, 
1843-5. C. (to his father) at Tarrant Keynston, 1853-6; 
succeeded his father as R., 1856-65. Died Jan. 8, 1865, 
aged 72. Perhaps brother of John H. (1811). {Hutchins, i. 
323; G. Mag., 1865, I. 251.) 

AUSTEN, JOHN HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, Oct. 
1868. S. of John Hiley (next), clerk. B. at Langton Mal- 
travers, Dorset. Matric. Michs. 1868. Brother of George H. 
H. (1872). 

AUSTEN or AUSTIN, JOHN HILEY. Adm. pens, (age 19) at 

Peterhouse, Oct. 26, 1835, as Austin. S. of -, and 

grandson of John, R. of Tarrant Keynston, Dorset. Matric. 
Lent, 1836. Migrated to Jesus, June 4, 1836; B.A. 1840; 



Austen Leigh, Augustus 

M.A. 1844. Ord. deacon, 1847; priest (Sarum) 1848; C. of 
Verwood, Dorset, 1847-9. C. of Langton Maltravers, 1849- 
52. R. of ToUard Royal, Wilts., 1860-5. R. of Tarrant 
Keynston, 1865-76. Not in Crockford. i877- Author, 
Guide to the Geology of the Isle of Purbeck. Father of John H. 
(above) and George H. H. (1872). {T. A. Walker, 453.) 
AUSTEN, JOHN HUMPHRY (or HUMFREY). Adm. pens, at 
St John's, Apr. 5, 1811. Of Dorset. Matric. Michs. 1811, as 
John Humfrey. Perhaps brother of Henry (1812). 

AUSTEN, JOHN SOAME. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 6, 
1880. S. of B. S., Esq., of Petworth, Sussex. [School, 
Felsted.] Matric. Michs. 1880; Exhibitioner; B.A. 1883; 
M.A. 1887. Chairman of the British Electric Traction Co., 
Ltd. A member of the Council of Administration of the 
Ottoman Railway from Smyrna to Aidin, and a director of 
numerous companies. A Governor of Felsted School. Of 
Plumton Hail, Whepstead, Bury St Edmunds. J. P. for 
Suffolk; High Sheriff, 1926. {Felsted Sch. Reg.; KeUy, 
Handbook, 1938; Directory of Directors.) 
AUSTEN, JOHN THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 23, 
181 1. S. of John, Esq., of Kent. Matric. Michs. 1812; ist 
Smith's Prizeman, 1817; B.A. (Senr. Wrangler) 1817; M.A. 
1820; B.D. 1828; incorp. at O.xford 1834. Fellow, 1817. 
Ord. deacon, 1819; priest, 1820. V. of Aldworth, Berks., 
1832-48. R. of West Wickham, Kent, 1848-76. Hon. Canon 
of Canterbury, 1873-6. Died June 10, 1876, aged 82, at 
Wickham. ( Boose.) 
AUSTEN. NATHANIEL LAURENCE. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 
Oct. I, 1866. 3rd s. of Nathaniel Laurence, of Croydon, 
Surrey. B. there June 21, 1847. School, Aldenham, Herts. 
(Mr Seeman). Matric. Michs. 1866; Exhibitioner. Migrated 
to Peterhouse, July 1, 1868. Died 1868. {Aldenham Sch. 
Reg.; T. A. Walker, 532.) 
AUSTEN, SACKVILLE. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 21, i777- 
Of Kent. [2nd s. of Francis, of Sevenoaks.] Matric. Easter, 
1778; B.A. 1781; M.A. 1785. R. of West Wickham, Kent, 
1784-6. R. of Horsted-Keynes, Sussex, 1785-6. Married 
Ann, dau. of Thomas Lambard, of Sevenoaks, Kent, de- 
ceased, Jan. 18, 1785. Died Jan. 3, 1786. (Burke, L.G., ed. 
1925; H. Drake, Hundred of Blackheoth.) 
AUSTEN, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Feb. 14, 1810. 
Matric. Michs. 1810; B.A. 1814; M.A. 1819. One of these 
names adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 2, 1813; s. and h. of 
Joseph, of Reading. Called to the Bar, 1820. 
AUSTEN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, June 28, 1793. 
[Name off Oct. 24, 1794] Of Kent. Probably 2nd s. of 
Francis Motley, of Sevenoaks. If so, entered the Army. 
Of the 94th Regt., 1794; Capt., 65th Regt. of Foot, 1796; 
Capt. 6oth (Royal American) Regt. of Foot, 1799; Major, 
60th Foot, 1801; Lieut.-Col., 1805; Col., 60th Foot, 1813. 
High Sheriff of Kent, 1823-4. M.P. for Western Division of 
Kent, 1845-7. Of Kippington and of Broadford, Kent. Died 
July 23, 1859, at Kippington, Sevenoaks. {St John's Coll. 
Adm., iv; Burke, L.G.) 
AUSTEN, WILFRED ABERNETHY EVERS. Adm. at Pem- 
broke, Oct. 1895. S. of George (1859), V. of Whitby, Yorks. 
B. Jan. 4, 1876, at Bagdale Rectory, Ruswarp, Whitby. 
School, Charterhouse. Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. (Class. 
Trip., ist Class) 1898; M.A. 1909. Barrister, retired. Ord. 
deacon, 1909; priest (Liverpool) 1910; C. of St Paul's, 
Princes Park, Liverpool, 1909-10. C. of Doncaster, 1910-12. 
V. of Loversal, 1912-14. R. of Yarm, 1915-18. Hon. 
Chaplain to the Bishop of Winchester, 1929-32. Hon. 
Secretary to the Winchester Diocese Clerical Registry, 
1930-. Of 9, The Close, Winchester. {Crockford, 1938.) 
AUSTEN-CARTMELL, JAMES, see CARTMELL. 
AUSTEN LEIGH, AUGUSTUS. Adm. at King's (age 18) a 
scholar from Eton, May 16, 1859. 6th s. of James Edward, 
V. of Bray, Berks, [and great nephew of Jane Austen, the 
novelist]. B. July 17, 1840, at Wargrave, Berks. Matric. 
Easter, 1859; Prizeman; Brown medallist; B.A. (4/A Classic) 
1863; M.A. 1866. Fellow, 1862. Tutor, 1868-81. Dean, 
1871-3. Vice-Provost, 1877-89; Provost, 1889-1905. Vice- 
Chancellor, 1893-5. FeUow of Eton CoUege, 1889-1905. Ord. 
deacon (Lincoln) 1865; C. of Henley-on-Thames, 1865-7 
(did not take priest's orders). An active member of the 
Governing Bodies of Eton and Winchester. The first Provost 
under the new system (inaugurated by the Statutes of 1861 
and 1882 respectively), whereby the college, hitherto a close 
corporation of Eton College, was thrown open to the world. 
As Provost, proved himself a great administrator, remarkable 
for his ' f airmindedness, courtesy and unsparing industry.' 
A keen promoter of the interests and welfare of his college. 
President of the University Musical Society, 1883-1905. and 
of the University Cricket Club, 1885. Benefactor of the 
college. Author, History of King's College {Comb. Umv. 
Coll Hist.). Died s.p. Jan. 28, 1905. Buried at Grantchester. 
Brother of Edward C. (1857) and WiUiam (1861). {Kmg's 
Coll. Adm. Reg.; In Memoriam, reprint; D.N.B.) 



Austen Leigh, Edward Chenevix 

AUSTEN LEIGH, EDWARD CHENEVIX. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 23, 1884. S. and h. of Cholmeley, of 35, 
Cadogan Square, London. B. Jan. 22, 1865, in London. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1888; M.A. 1894. 
Of Frog Firle, Alfriston, Sussex, and of i, New Street Square, 
London, E.C. 4. Brother of Richard A. (1S91). {Fox-Davies; 
Reg. of the Senate, 1937.) 

AUSTEN LEIGH, EDWARD COMPTON. Adm. at King's 
(age 17) a scholar from Eton, July 7. 1857. 5th s. of James 
Edward, V. of Bray, Berks. B.Mayi, i839,atWargrave, Berks. 
Matric. Michs. 1857; Scholar; Prizeman; Browne Medal, 
1859; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1861; M..'\. 1864. Fellow, 
i860. Assistant Master at Eton, 1862; Lower Master, 18S7- 
1905 ; retired. Chairman of the Eton Urban District Council 
and a member of the Bucks. County Council. J. P. for Bucks. 
Benefactor to the College. Died .\pr. 3, 1916, aged 76, at 
Eton. Brother of .\ugustus (1859), etc. {King's Coll. Adm. 
Reg.; The Times, Apr. 5, 1916.) 

AUSTEN LEIGH, RICHARD ARTHUR. Adm. at King's, a 
scholar from Eton, Oct. 10, 1891. 2nd s. of Cholmeley, 
printer, of 35, Cadogan Square, London. B. May 17, 1H72, 
at Calder Lodge, Maidenhead, Berks. Matric. Michs. 1891; 
Prizeman; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1894; M.A. 1901. 
President of the A.D.C., 1894. A Clerk in the House of Com- 
mons, 1897-1900. Director of Spottiswoode and Co., Ltd. 
(now Spottiswoode, Ballantyne and Co., Ltd.) 1900; after- 
wards Vice-Chairman. President of the British Federation 
of Master Printers, 1922-3; represented the Federation at 
Congresses abroad. Chairman of the Council of the Inter- 
national Bureau of Master Printers, 1934-. Editor of the 
Master Printers' Annual, from 1920 and of Etoniana. Chair- 
man of the Livery Committee of the Stationers' Company, 
1920-7. President of the Bibliographical Society, 1934-6; 
of the Huguenot Society, 1934-7. Chevalier of the Order of 
Leopold (Belgium). Edited the Eton College Register, Vol. i 
(1698-1752), Vol. II (1753-90). Of I, New Street Square, 
E.C. 4, and of Albany, Piccadilly, W. Author, Life and Letters 
of Jane A usten (with William, A. L.) ; The Story of a Printing 
House. Brother of Edward Chenevix (1884). (King's Coll. 
Adm. Reg.; Who's Who, 1938.) 

AUSTEN LEIGH, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from 
Eton, Oct. II, 1861. S. of James Edward, V. of Bray, Berks. 
Matric. Michs. 1861; Scholar; Prizeman; Browne .Medal, 
1862; B.A. (Class. Trip., ist Class) 1865; M.A. 1868. Fellow, 
1864-1921. Bursar, 1875-87. In the Parliament Office, 
House of Lords, 1869. Clerk of the Journals. Of Hartfield, 
Roehampton. Sometime Chairman of St Mary's Hospital, 
Paddington. Benefactor of the College. Author, Augustus 
Austen Leigh: a Record of College Reform. Died Nov. 27, 1921, 
aged 78, at Roehampton. Brother of ,'\ugustus (1859), etc. 
[King's Coll. Adm. Reg.) 

AUSTEN-SMITH, HERBERT, see SMITH, HERBERT AUSTEN. 

AUSTER, WALTER WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
May 30, 1887. S. of Thomas, of 205, Bristol Road, Birmmg- 
ham. B. Oct. 12, 1867, at Birmingham. School, King 
Edward VI, Birmingham (Mr Vardy). Matric. Michs. 1887; 
B.A. 1890; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1891; priest (Gloucester 
and Bristol) 1892; C. of Tewkesbury, 1891-5. C. of St 
Andrew's, Wells Street, 1895-6. University Mission to 
Central Africa at Kota Kota, 1896-9. Organising Secretary 
S.P.G., dio. Worcester, 1901-4. C. of The Lickey, 1904-7. 
Chaplain of Christ Church, Carabacel, 1907-9- C. of Stoke 
Damerel, 1909-10. R. of West Kington, 1910-33. Of Can- 
ford Cliffs Avenue, Parkstone, Dorset. (Crockford, 1938.) 

AUSTIN, BERNARD TATE. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Magdalene, 
July 30, 1892. S. of Hubert James, of The Knoll, Lancaster. 
School, Lancaster. Matric. Michs. 1892; Scholar; B..\. 1895. 

AUSTIN, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Jesus, July 8, 
1819. 2nd s. of Jonathan, Esq. [government contractor, of 
Creeling Mill, Suflfolk]. B. Mar. 26, 1799. at Ipswich, Suffolk. 
School, Bury St Edmunds. Matric. Michs. 1819; Scholar; 
Prizeman, 1821; B.A. 1824; M.A. 1827. President of the 
Union Society, 1822. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 3, 
1823. CaUed to the Bar, 1827. Q.C.,'1841. Bencher, 1841. 
Achieved remarkable success at the Parhamentary Bar; 
retired from practice, 1848, with a large fortune. High 
Steward of Ipswich. Chairman of the East Suffolk Quarter 
Sessions. Of Brandeston Hall, Wickham Market. A dis- 
tinguished scholar and lawyer. 'Considered the forensic 
equal of Follett and Scarlett and the most eloquent disciple 
of Bentham.' A brilliant conversationalist, ranked with 
Macaulay and Sidney Smith. Died Dec. 21 1874, aged 76. 
(MiddU Temple Bench Bk.; D.N.B.) 

AUSTIN, CHARLES ADYE. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
July I, 1828. B. in Barbados. Matric. Michs. 1828; B.A. 
1832. Ord. deacon, 1832; priest (Chester) 1833; C. of Hey- 
wood. Lanes., 1832-4. C. of Ripon, 1834-5. British Chaplain 
at Pemambuco, Brazil. 1835-65. C. of Wyham with Cadeby, 



Austin, Meshack 

and of Ormsby, Lines., 1868-72. V. of Nun Ormsby, 1872-5. 
Died Feb. 8, 1875, aged 70. Buried in Cheltenham Cemetery. 
M.I. Father of Christopher E. L. (1859) and of the next. 
(Crockford, 1872; C. R. Hudleston.) 

AUSTIN, CHARLES ADYE. .A.dm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 29, 1854. S. of Charles Adye (above), clerk. B. at 
Rochdale, Lanes. Matric. Lent, 1855. Brother of Christopher 
E. L. (1859). 

AUSTIN, CHRISTOPHER EDWARD LEFROY. Adm. pens, at 
Sidney, Oct. i, 1859. 4th s. of Charles Adye (1828), minister, 
of Pemambuco, Brazil. B. Mar. 2, 1841, at Surinam, South 
America. School, Cathedral, Gloucester (Mr Fowler). Matric. 
Michs. 1859; B.A. 1863; M..'\. 1870. Ord. deacon (Gloucester 
and Bristol) 1865; priest (Oxford) 1866. Assistant Master at 
Rossall School, 1862-5. C. of Tormarton and of West Little- 
ton, Gloucs., 1865-6. C. of Wokingham, Berks., 1866-7. 
Assistant Master at Blackheath Proprietary School, Kent, 
1866-8. Head Master of Rossall Preparatory School, 1868- 
70; of Cheltenham Juvenile Proprietary School, 1870-85; 
of Cheltenham College, Junior Dept., 1885-96. V. of 
Boughton, Notts., 1896-1922. Resided latterly at Seaforth, 
Southboume, Bournemouth. Died there Nov. 29, 1931. 
Brother of Charles A. (1854). (CheUenham Coll. Reg., 24; 
Crockford; The Times, Dec. 2, 1931.) 

AUSTIN, EDMUND JOHN. Matric. Non-CoU. Oct. 1883. S. of 
Josiah, manufacturer. B. Nov. 24, 1862, at Birmingham. 
Adm. at St John's, Oct. 3, 1884; B.A. 1886; M.A. 1890. 
Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Peterb.) 1888; C. of .'VU Saints', 
Northampton, 1886-^1. London Diocesan Home Missionary, 
1891-7. V. of St Peter's, Lower Edmonton, 1897-1905. V. of 
St Michael's, Stoke Newington, 1905-20. V. of St Mary 
Boltons, South Kensington, 1920-8. R. of Ashtead, Surrey, 
1928-38-. (Crockford, 1938.) 

AUSTIN, FRANCIS WEBSTER. Adm. pens, (age 22) at Jesus, 
Feb. 28, 185 1. S. of Wiltshire Stanton, clerk. B. at Clapham, 
Surrey. School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1851; B.A. 1855; M.A. 1876. Ord. deacon, 1856; priest 
(Guiana) 1857; C. of St George's, George Town, British 
Guiana, 1856. Garrison Chaplain, 1857-61. R.of St Michael's, 
Pau. 1871-3. R. of All Saints', Berbice, 1873-84. .A.rch- 
deacon of Berbice, 1883-4; of Demerara, 1884-90. Vicar- 
Gen, dio. Guiana, 1888-90. R. and Dean of St George's 
Cathedral, George Town, 1884-90. R. of West Ilsley, Berks., 
1892-5. Married and had issue. Lived latterly at Oak House, 
Abingdon, Cambs. ; there in 1904. Disappears from Crockford, 
1906. Brother of Preston B. (1848). 

AUSTIN, FRANK. Adm. sizar at Queens', Jan. 27, 1854; a 
'Ten-year' man. [7th s. of John Drewett, Esq., late of 
Doddington Grove, Stockwell, Surrey.] Adm. at Gray's 
Inn, June 12, 1854, age 24; of Stockwell, Surrey. Brother of 
Robert C. (1856). 

AUSTIN, GERALD HUGH. Matric. Non-CoU. Michs. 1878. S. 
of Thomas. B. at Gateshead, Durham. Adm. pens, at St 
Catharine's, Oct. 1880. Died Feb. 20, 1931, aged 74, at 
King's College, Taunton. (The Times, Feb. 23, 1931-) 

AUSTIN or AUSTEN, JOHN FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Downing, 
Oct. 18, 1884. 

AUSTIN, JOHN STANDISH THOMAS JOSEPH. Adm. at 
Trinity Hall, 1894. 2nd s. of Sir John, Bart., of Red Hill, 
Castleford, Vorks. B. Mar. 30, 1875. School, Pontefract 
Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1894; B..\. 1897; M.A. 1901. 
Served in the Great War, 1918-19 (late 2nd Lieut., R.A.S.C). 
Of Wrelton Hall, Pickering, Yorks. J. P. for the West Riding. 
Married and had issue. Brother of WiUiam M. B. (1892). 
(Burke, P. and B.; Kelly, Handbook, 1938.) 

AUSTIN, JOHN VALENTINE. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 11, 
1832. Matric. Lent, 1833; B.\. 1837. Probably previously 
matric. (Exeter College, Oxford) .A.pr. 30, 1829, age 17; s. 
and h. of James, gent., of Marylebone, London. Ord. deacon 
(Canterbury) 1836. V. of Hucknall Torkard, Notts., 1837- 
46. R. of St Nicholas Cole Abbey, with St Nicholas Olave, 
London, 1846-50. Died July 13, 1850. (Hennessy; Al. Oxon.) 

AUSTIN, LORIMER JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Oct. i, 
1899. S. of John Valentine [county court judge], of Clifton, 
Bristol. B. Sept. 20, 1880, in London. School, Clifton 
College. Matric. Michs. 1899; Scholar; B..\. (Nat. Sci. 
Trip., 1st Class) 1902; M.B. and B.C. 1908; M..\. and M.Chir. 
1912. At the London Hospital; Surgeon Registrar, 1910. 
House Surgeon and House Physician. F.R.C.S., 1910. 
M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1906. Served in the Great War (Major, 
R A.M.C.). Professor of Clinical Surgery at Queen's Univer- 
sity, Kingston, Canada. Of 122, Union Street, Kingston, 
Ontario. (Medical Directory, 1937-) 

AUSTIN, MESHACK (f MESCHACH). Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 
May 19, 1855. Name off without residence. 



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Austin, Percy Corlett 

AUSTIN, PERCY CORLETT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 
1898. S. of Thomas, clerk [Wesleyan minister], of 2, Wesley 
Villas, London Road, Northchurch. [School, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne Grammar.] Matric. Michs. 1898; Scholar, 1900; B.A. 
1901; M.A. 1905. Research Assistant at Queen's College, 
Galway, 1904-7. Lecturer in Chemistry at Reading Univer- 
sity, 1909-13. At Westminster Training College, London, 
S.W., 1913-19-. {Schoolmasters' Directory.) 

AUSTIN, PRESTON BRUCE. Adm. pens, (age 21) at Trinity 
Hall, Oct. 27, 1848. 2nd s. of Wiltshire Stanton, R. of All 
Hallows', Lombard Street, London. Matric. Michs. 1848; 
LL.B. 1857; LL.D. 1876. Ord. deacon, 1851; priest (Guiana) 
1852. R. of St James's, Barbados, 1861-85. Not in Crock- 
ford, 1886. Brother of Francis W. (1851). 

AUSTIN, ROBERT CECIL. Adm. sizar (age over 24) at Queens', 
Sept. 25, 1856. [6th s. of John Drewett, Esq. School, King's 
College, London. B. Apr. 29, 1828.] Adm. at Gray's Inn, 
Nov. 6, 1856. Called to the Bar, 1859. On the South 
Eastern Circuit. County Court Judge. Author, legal. 
Died Nov. 11, 1890, at 2, Springfield Road, Kingston-on- 
Thames. Brother of Frank (1854). (Foster, Men at the Bar; 
Scott, MSS.) 

AUSTIN, ROBERT MONTAGUE. Adm. pens, (age 22) at 
Magdalene, May 6, 1814. S. of John Baptist, Keeper of the 
Archives, London. School, Hackney. Matric. Michs. 18 14. 
Migrated to Oxford. Matric. (St Edmund Hall) Feb. 24, 
1816, age 24; B.A. (Oxon.) 1818. R. of RoUstone, Wilts., 
1818-23. V. of Meare, Somerset, 1820-3. Married Mary 
Elizabeth, dau. of Samuel Warren Esq., of LjTne, Dorset, 
May 30, 1815, at Hackney. Died Nov. 19, 1823, aged 32. 
{Al. Oxon.; Phelps, Somerset, I. 575.) 

AUSTIN, SELWYN PERCY. Adm. (age 20 sic) at Pembroke, 
Oct. I, 1890. S. and h. of Samuel Peter, shipwright, of 
Sunderland. B. there 1872. Matric. Michs. 1890; B.A. 1893; 
M.A. 1920. Served in the Great War (Lieut., Northumber- 
land Yeomanry). Of Roundwood, Micheldever, Hants. 
J. P. Married and had issue. Died Jan. 21, 1922. {Fox- 
Davies.) 

AUSTIN, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 16, 1815. 
S. of Thomas. B. in London. School, Richmond, Yorks. 
(Mr Tate). Matric. Michs. 1816; B.A. 1820; M.A. 1823. Ord. 
deacon (Gloucester) Mar. 27, 1820; C. of Haughton-Ie- 
Skeme, Durham, till 1845; presented with a silver salver, 
worth 60 guineas, in 1836. R. of Redmarshall, 1846-56. 
Married Jane Eliza, dau. of the Rev. James Tate, of Rich- 
mond, Yorks., May 18, 1820. Died Mar. 14, 1856, aged 59, 
at Redmarshall. (G. Mag., 1820, i. 635; 1856, 1. 544.) 

AUSTIN, THOMAS. Matric. Non-Coil. Michs. 1875. Adm. pens, 
at Peterhouse, Apr. 26, 1878. S. of Thomas, Esq., of 
South Molton, Devon. B. Oct. 19, 1854. School, Exeter 
Grammar. B.A. 1879; M.A. 1883. Ord. deacon, 1880; priest 
(Worcester) 1881; C. of Pirton, Worcs., 1880. Chaplain in 
the Navy, 1882-1907. Present at the bombardment of 
Alexandria, 1882. Served afloat till 1901. Chaplain at the 
Royal Marine Barracks, Plymouth, 1901-3; at the Royal 
Naval Hospital, Plymouth, 1903-7; at Bodmin Prison, 
1907-10. During the Great War, Chaplain in the Navy. 
Died June 14, 1934, at Bodmin. {T. A. Walker, 552; Crock- 
ford, 1933; Univ. War List.) 

AUSTIN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 31, 1837. 
[S. and h. of Edward, merchant, of Taunton Place, Regent's 
Park, London, and of EUern Croft, Wotton-under-Edge, 
Gloucs. B. Mar. 17, 1820, at Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucs.] 
Matric. Michs. 1838. Migrated to Peterhouse, Feb. i, 1839; 
Scholar, 1840; B..'^. {8th Wrangler) 1842; M.A. 1845. Adm. 
at Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 16, 1842. Called to the Bar, 1846. 
Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 10, 1848; never practised. 
A friend of Richard Cobden. Interested himself in many 
public undertakings. Advocated the construction of the 
MetropoUtan Railway. Director of the Metropolitan District 
Railway, subsequently constructed. Chairman of the 
MetropoUtan and St John's Wood Railway. Took part in 
the successful establishment of the London Necropolis 
Company, which owns the Cemetery at Brookwood, Surrey. 
Sometime Managing Director and subsequently Chairman of 
the Company. Of 'EUern Mede,' Totteridge, Herts. Twice 
married. Author, What Bimetallism means. Died Sept. i, 
1909, aged 89, at Totteridge. {T. A. Walker, 463; The Times, 
Sept. 3, 1909.) 

AUSTIN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, Jan. 24, 1862. 
S. of Thomas, grocer. B. at Speen, Berks. Bapt. Sept. i, 
1840. Matric. Lent, 1862; B.A. 1866. 

AUSTIN, WILLIAM HENRY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. i, 
1894. S. of George, of 49, St Andrew's Street, Cambridge. 
B. June 3, 1875, at Birmingham. School, Mason's College, 
Birmingham. Matric. Michs. 1894; Scholar, 1896; ist Smith's 
Prizeman; B.A. {Senr. Wrangler) 1897; M.A. 1901. Mathe- 
matical Lecturer at Mason College, Birmingham, 1899-1902. 
Died May 20, 1902, at Birmingham. (Scott, MSS.) 



AvELiNG, William 

AUSTIN, WILLIAM MICHAEL BYRON. Adm. at Trinity Hall, 
1892. S. and h. of John, Esq. [afterwards Bart.], M.P., of 
Redhill, Castleford, Yorks. B. Nov. 27, 1871. Matric. Michs. 
1892. Succeeded his father as 2nd Bart., Mar. 30, 1906. 
J. P. for the West Riding. Yorks. Served in the Great War 
(with the Yorkshire Dragoons; Capt., Yorks. Mounted 
Brigade; afterwards Capt., R.A.S.C). Married and had issue. 
Of West Chinnock, Crewkerne, 1939. Brother of John S. 
T. J. (1894). (Burke, P. and B.; Univ. War List; Who's Who, 
I939-) 

AUSTIN, WILLIAM PIERCY. Hon. LL.D. 1888. D.D. (Oxon.) 
1842. First Bishop of British Guiana, 1842-92. Primate of 
the West Indies, 1883. Died Nov. 9, 1892, at Georgetown, 
Demerara. {Al. Oxon.) 

AUTRIDGE, FRANCIS CHARLES. Adm. sizar at St John's, 
June 30, 1849. S. of Charles, Lieut., R.N. B. at Minster, 
Isle of Sheppy. Bapt. June 19, 1831. Matric. Michs. 1849; 
Scholar, 1852; B.A. (30^;! Wrangler) 1853; M.A. 1856. Ord. 
deacon, 1854; priest (Oxford) 1855. Assistant Master at the 
Grammar School, Bloxham, Oxon., 1854-8. C. of Sneinton, 
Notts., 1858-64. Chaplain in the Navy, 1864-85. Not in 
Crockford, i886. 

AVANN, ARTHUR ALFRED. Matric. Non-Coil. Jan. 1883; 
B.A. 1885; M.A. 1894. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Ely) 1887; 
C. of St Matthew's, Cambridge, 1886-90. C. of Swaffham, 
Cambs., 1890-1. C. of Cockley Cley, Norfolk, 1891-3. V. of 
Sporle with Palgrave, 1893-1916. Lie. pr., dio. Norfolk, 
1919-38-. Of Mangate Street, Swaffham. {Crockford, 
1938.) 

AVARNE, ISAAC. Adm. pens, at Queens', Feb. 23, 1760. Of 
Staffs. [S. of Thomas, minister, of Rugeley, Staffs. Bapt. 
there Oct. 5, 1741. School, Eton.] Matric. Michs. 1760; 
Scholar, 1761; B.A. 1764; M.A. 1767. Ord. deacon (Canter- 
bury); priest, 1764. R. of Bassingham, Norfolk, 1772-1820. 
V. of Bourn, Cambs., 1783-8. R. of Halesworth, Suffolk, and 
V. of Chediston, 17S6-1820. Died July 17, 1820, aged 80. 
M.I. at Halesworth. {Eton Coll. Reg.; Suckling, 11. 342.) 

AVARNE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 9, 1769. 
Of Leics. Matric. Easter, 1770; Scholar; B.A. 1773; M.A. 
1776. 

AVELING, LESLIE BALDWIN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, 
May 25, 1895. S. of Frederick Wilkins [M.A., B.Sc, clerk, of 
Blackheath]. B. Sept. 13, 1877, at Northampton. Schools, 
Independent College, Taunton, and Christ's College, Black- 
heath (his father). Matric. Michs. 1895; B.A. 1898; M.B. 
and B.C. 1903. At the London Hospital. M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 
(London), 1902. Late Senior House Surgeon at Bury 
Infirmary. In practice at Royton, Lanes. District Medical 
Of&cer and Public Vaccinator, Hartismere. Of Brockford, 
near Stowmarket, Suffolk. (Peile, 11. 799; Medical Directory, 
1936.) 

AVELING, STEPHEN. Adm. sizar at Clare, Nov. 10, 1790. 
[2nd s. of Thomas, High Sheriff of Cambs. and Hunts., 
1802.] B. June 23, 1773, at Eldemell HaU, Whittlesea, 
Carnbs. Matric. Michs. 1791; B.A. 1795. Married Mary, dau. 
of Roger Johnstone Smythe. Died Mar. 27, 1804. (Burke, 
L.G., ed. 1925.) 

AVELING, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 11, 1767. 
B. in Beds. Probably s. of WilUam (1733), clerk, of Beds. 
School, Marlborough. Matric. Michs. 1767; Scholar; B.A. 
1771; M.A. 1774. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 22, 1771; 
priest, Dec. 18, 1774; C. of Flitwick, Beds., 1771. R- of 
Milbrook, 1785-90. V. of Henlow, 1787-90. Chaplain to 
Ann, Baroness Dowager Ravensworth. Married Miss Butts, 
of Eversholt, Beds., Dec. 28, 1776. Died Aug. 9, 1790. 
Probably brother of William (1760). {St John's Coll. Adm., 
III. 717.) 

AVELING, THOMAS TIPPING. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 
July 6, 1789. Of Bedford. [S. of William (next), clerk, 
deceased.] Matric. Michs. 1789; Scholar. Migrated to Jesus, 
Mar. 26, 1790; B.A. 1793. Sometime R. of Aspley Guise and 
V. of Husband Crawley, Beds. Archdeacon of Derry, 
Ireland, 18x3-20. Died Sept. 22, 1820. (Fasti Eccles. 
Hiber., ill. 339; J. B. Leslie, Derry Clergy and Parishes.) 

AVELING, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 13, 1760. 
S. of WilUam (1733), clerk, of Beds. Matric. Michs. 1760; 
Scholar; B.A. 1765; M.A. 1768. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) 
Dec. 22, 1765; priest. May 29, 1768; C. of Flitwick, Beds., 
1765. C. of Aspley Guise, 1768; R., 1783-90. R. of St Peter 
Martin, Bedford, 1771-90. Married Elizabeth, dau. of 
Thomas Tipping, V. of Stagsden, Beds., and P.C. of Bidden- 
ham. Died Mar. 10, 1790. Probably brother of Thomas 
(1767) and father of Thomas T. (above). (SI John's Coll. 
Adm., III. 667; W. Marsh Harvey, Willey Hundred, 136.) 



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AvENT, Ernest 

AVENT, ERNEST. Adm. at Caius, Oct. i, 1894. S. of John 
(1856), R. of Broughton Pogis, Oxon. B. there June 17, 
1876. Schools, Hunstanton (Rev. J. M. Brown) and Felsted. 
Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; M.A. 1906. Ord. deacon 
(Liverpool) 1899; priest, 1901; C. of St Thomas's, Ashton- 
in-Makerfield, Lanes., 1899-1903. C. of St James's, Birkdale, 
1903-4. Chaplain to the Forces, at Woolwich, 1905-6; at 
Gibraltar, 190&-11; of the Garrison Church, Arbour Hill, 
Dublin, 1911-15; to the British Expeditionary Force, 1916- 
17; to the 71st Division, 1917 (wounded; mentioned in 
despatches). Died Aug. 25, 1920, aged 44, at the Military 
Hospital, York. Brother of John T. (1891). {Venn, 11. 536; 
Felsted Sch. Reg.) 

AVENT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Caius, Apr. 10, 1856. 
S. of Nicholas Bastard, surgeon. B. at Modbury, Devon. 
School, Plymouth Grammar. Matric. Michs. 1856; B.A. 
i860; M.A. 1863. Ord. deacon (Chester) i860; priest, 1861; 
C. of Capenhurst, 1860-2. C. of St Thomas's, Islington, 
1862-3. C. of Malborough, Devon, 1863-7. R. of Broughton 
Pogis, Oxon., 1867-1909. Died Aug. 4, 191 1, at Southsea, 
Hants. Father of the next and of Ernest (1894). (Venn, 11. 
329; Crockford.) 

AVENT, JOHN THORNTON. Adm. at Caius, Oct. 1, 1891. 
S. of John (above), R. of Broughton Pogis, Oxon. B. there 
Apr. 2, 1872. Schools, Abingdon (Mr Cain) and Felsted. 
Matric. Michs. 1891; B.A. 1894; M.A. 1898. Ord. deacon 
(Liverpool) 1896; priest, 1897; C. at Everton, Lanes., 1896- 
8. C. of St Bede, Toxteth Park, 1898-1900. C. of Christ 
Church, Waterloo, Liverpool, 1900-6. Warden of the College 
Mission at Battersea, London, 1906-8. R. of Dowdeswell, 
Gloues., 1908-36-. Brother of Ernest (1894). (Venn, 11. 
518; Crockford, 1938.) 

AVERY, GEORGE CECIL EDMUND. Adm. at Clare, Jan. 4, 
1896. [S. of Alfred, of Forest Hill, London. B. 1877.] School, 
Christ's Hospital. Matric. Michs. 1896; Exhibitioner; 
Scholar; B.A. 1899. Assistant Master of Worcester Cathedral 
King's School, 1899-1900. Student at the Royal Naval 
College, Greenwich, 1900. Naval Instructor, R.N., 1900-14. 
Interpreter in French, 1905. Special service at the Admiralty, 
1914-18. French Naval Attache. Chevalier, Legion d'Hon- 
neur, 1918. Instructor at the Royal College, Greenwich, 
1919. Instructor-Capt., R.N., 1927. Became a Roman 
Catholic, 1910. Of Ringwood, Hants. (Christ's Hospital Reg.; 
The Catholic's Wlio's Who, 1938.) 

AVES, ERNEST HARRY. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 8, 1880. 
S. of William Owen, of Cleveland Villa, Station Road, 
Cambridge. B. there Aug. 30, 1857. School, Llandaff House, 
Cambridge (Mr Johnson). Matric. Michs. 1880; B.A. (Moral 
Sci. Trip., ist Class) 18S4; M.A. 1887. Adm. at the Inner 
Temple, June 18, 1887. Secretary to the Council of the 
Universities' Settlement Association, 1889-1907. Resident at 
Toynbee Hall, 1886-97. Acting sub-warden, 1890-7. 
Member of the Council of the Royal Economic Society, 1897. 
Commissioner (Home Office) to report on Wages Boards, 
Industrial Conciliation and Arbitration Acts, etc., of Australia 
and New Zealand. Chairman of Trade Boards. Contributed 
several chapters to Charles Booth's work on the Life and 
Labour of th£ People. Died Apr. 29, 1917- 

AVISS, HENRY MARSH. Adm. pens, at Downing, June 10, 
1898. Matric. Michs. 1898; B.A. 1901. Of St Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London. Died Jan. i, 1905, aged 25. (R. F. 
Scott.) 

AVORY, HORACE EDMUND. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. 3, 1870. Of Surrey. [2nd s. of Henry, solicitor and clerk 
of Arraigns at the Central Criminal Court. B. Aug. 31, 
185 1.] School, King's College, London. Matric. Michs. 
1870; Scholar, 1871; LL.B. 1874; Hon. LL.D. 1911; Hon. 
Fellow. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 23, 1872. Called to 
the Bar, 1875. On the South Eastern Circuit. Junior 
Counsel to the Treasury, 1889. Senior Counsel, 1899. En- 
gaged in many important cases, including the Liberator 
Frauds and the prosecution of Oscar Wilde. Junior Counsel 
for the Crown in 1896 in the trial of Jameson and his 
associates. K.C., 1901. Recorder of Kingston-on-Thames, 
1903-10. A Commissioner of Assize, 1910. Justice of the 
King's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice, 1910-35. 
Presided over many famous criminal trials. Knighted, 1910. 
P.C, 1932. A member of the Court of Criminal Appeal. 
Attained a high reputation as a criminal lawyer. A great 
public servant and a model judge — aptly described as 
'embodying not only the majesty of the law but also the 
majesty of goodness.' A keen golfer, one of the founder 
members of the Woking Golf Club. A regular competitor in 
the Bar Golf Society's meetings. Winner of the Judges' 
Golf Tournament in 1911, and the Bar Tournament in 1929. 
Married and had issue. Died suddenly June 13, 1935, aged 83, 
at the Dormy House Club, Rye. (Burke, Knightage; The 
Times, June 14, 1935.) 



Ayerst, William 
awdry, charles rostonetridge(edridge,oreridge) . 

Adm. pens, at St John's, Nov. 11, 1830. Of Essex. [2nd s. 
of Jeremiah, V. of Felsted, Essex. B. 1811.] Matric. Michs. 
1830; B.A. 1835, as Chas. Roston Eteridge. Ord. deacon, 
1835; priest, 1836. C. of Fisherton-de-la-Mere, Wilts., 1845- 
50. R. of Draycott Ceme, 1850-74, C. R. Edridge. Married 
Jane, dau. of the Rev. W. Thring, D.D. Died 1875. [To be 
distinguished from Charles Awdry, M.A. (Oxon.), R. of 
Little Sampford, Essex, 1838-40.] (Burke, L.G., 1937, where 
he occurs as Charles R. Bridge.) 

AWDRY, EDWARD CHARLES. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
Oct. 27, 1832. [2nd s. of William Henry, of Seend, Wilts.] 
B. 1811, at Chippenham, Wilts. Matric. Lent, 1833; B.A. 
1837. Ord. deacon (Bath and Wells, for Sarum) 1836; priest 
(Gloucester) Dec. 24, 1837. C. of Grittleton, Wilts., 1841- 
56. V. of Kingston St Michael, 1856-96. Resided latterly 
at Chippenham. Died there May 19, 1903, aged 92. (Burke, 
L.G.; Hockaday, MSS.; Scott, MSS.) 

AYERS, CHARLES HENRY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 
June 28, 1884. S. of William Henry. B. at Newmarket. 
Matric. Michs. 1884; B.A. 1887; M.A. 1892. Ord. deacon, 
i8gi; priest (Worcester) 1892; C. of St Clement Nechells, 
Birmingham, 1891-3. Assistant Master at Stratford-on- 
Avon Grammar School, 1894-6; of Bickley, Kent, 1898-1900. 
Chaplain of St John's Hospital, Lichfield, and Assistant 
Master at Lichfield Grammar School, 1900-3. Head Master 
of the Choir School, Hull, and Precentor of Holy Trinity, 
Hull, 1903-6. Died Apr. 4, 1906, aged 407 at Hull. Brother of 
Frank (1888). (Crockford; Scott, MSS.) 

AYERS, FRANK. Adm. sizar at St John's, Aug. 30, 1888. S. of 
WiUiam Henry, grocer, of Cambridge. B. May 4, 1868, at 
Newmarket. School, Perse, Cambridge (Mr J. 13. Allen). 
Matric. Michs. 1888; Scholar; B.A. (26th Wrangler) 1891; 
M.A. 1895. Ord. deacon, 1894; priest (Rochester) 1895. 
Assistant Master at King's School, Rochester, 1894-7. C. of 
St Margaret's, Rochester, 1894-1902. Missioner in South - 
wark Diocese South, for St Michael All Angels and for the 
district of Lower Sydenham, 1902-11. V. of St Michael's, 
Southwark, 1911-19. R. of Black Notley, Essex, 1919-36-. 
Brother of Charles H. (1884). (Crockford, 1938.) 

AYERS, FREDERICK. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Dec. 19, 1864. 
3rd s. of the Hon. Henrv, of Adelaide, South Australia. B. 
there Mar. 4, 1847. School, St Peter's, Adelaide (Mr Farr). 
Matric. Michs. 1865, as Frederic; B.A. 1869; M.A. 1875. 
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 17, 1866. Called to the Bar, 
1870 (Frederic). Practised before the Supreme Court, at 
Adelaide, Australia. (Foster, Men at the Bar.) 

AYERST, CECIL FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 
Oct. I, 1894. [S. of William (1849), chaplain of the Bengal 
establishment.] B. Oct. 11, 1875. at Darjeeling, India. 
School, Perse. Cambridge. Matric. Michs. 1894; B.A. 1897; 
M.A. 1917. Ord. deacon, 1898; priest (Newcastle) 1899; C. 
of Hexham, 1898-1900. C. of Hendon, 1900-4. C. of North- 
wood, 1904-9. V. of Northwood, 1909-15. V. of Watford, 
Herts., 1915-24. Proctor in Convocation, St Albans, 1922-4. 
V. of Holv Trinity, Hull, 1924-6. V. of St Jude's, Soulhsea, 
1926-33. V. of St Matthew's, Bayswater, London, 1933-6-. 
Brother of William (1879), etc. (Crockford, 1938-) 

AYERST, CHARLES EGERTON. Matric. Non-CoU. Easter, 
1887; from Ayerst H. S. of William (1849), clerk, of London. 
B. Apr. 3, 1870. School, Merchant Taylors'. Deputy 
Assistant Commissary-General. Assassinated June 22, 1897, 
at Poona. Brother of George H. (1882), etc. (Merchant 
Taylors' Sch. Reg.) 

AYERST, GEORGE HAUGHTON. Adm. sizar at Sidney, 
Oct. 10, 1882. 2nd s. of William (1849), clerk. Principal of 
Ayerst Hostel, Cambridge. B. June 23, 1863, in Assam. 
School, Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1882; Exhibitioner; B.A. 
1885; M.A. 1889. Assistant Tutor (to his father) at Ayerst 
Hostel, 1885-8. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Ely) 1887; C. of 
St Barnabas, Cambridge, 1886-8. Principal of the Operative 
Jewish Converts' Institution in London, 1888-90. C. of ."^11 
Saints', Islington, 1890-8. C.-in-charge of St John's Mission, 
King's Cross, 1890-8. V. of Neasden-cum- Kingsbury, 
Middlesex, 1898-1923. V. of St Mary Bredin, Canterbury, 
1923-31. RuralDeanof Canterbury, 1928-31. Died Jan. 14, 
1931 aged 67, at Canterbury. Brother of Charles E. (1887), 
etc. (Tonbridge Sch. Reg.; The Times, Jan. 15, 1931.) 

AYERST, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 15, 1821, 

of Kent S of , surgeon. B. Apr. 10, 1802, at Tenterden, 

Kent. Matric. Michs. 1821; B.A. 1825; M.A. 1837. Ord. 
deacon (Norwich) June 18; priest, Oct. 1826. Came under 
the influence of Charles Simeon, the evangelical leader whose 
guidance directed his missionary zeal into Jewish channels. 
Joined the Rev. R. S. Alexander, a converted Rabbi ; learned 
Hebrew and German and worked with him among the Jews 
at Dantzig, 1827-30, at Breslau, 1831. Suffered much 
persecution, went to Berlin, 1832. Had great success there; 



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Ayerst, William 

their lectures and classes being attended by people of all 
ranks including royalty, but objection was taken to the use 
of Prussian liturgy and Bishop Blomfleld ruled that the 
EngUsh Uturgv must be used and translated before preaching ; 
this ended the' work in Berlin, 1837. Visited various stations 
on the Continent, 1838. Foreign Secretary to the Jews' 
Society, 1841-53. Lecturer at the Jews' Episcopal Chapel, 
1845-53. V. of Egerton, Kent, 1853-83. Author, The Jens 
of the XlXth Century — a collection of Essays, Reviews and 
HistorUal Notkes — originally published in the Jeii'ish In- 
telUgefice; also Sermons. Died Jan. 19, 1883, aged 80, at 
Egerton. Father of William (next). (C. F. Ayerst.) 

AYERST, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Caius, June 28, 1849. S. of 
William (above), clerk, and foreign secretary of the Jews' 
Society. B. Mar. 16, 1830, at Dantzig. School, King's 
College, London. Matric. Michs. 1849; Scholar, 1850-3; 
B.A. 1853; M..A. 1856. Hulsean Prize, 1855; Norrisian Prize, 
1858. Ord. deacon (London) 1853; priest, 1854; C. of .■\11 
Saints', Gordon Square, London, 1853-5. Held other curacies, 
1855-9. Went to India. Rector of St Paul's School, Calcutta, 
1859-61. Chaplain (Bengal establishment), 1861-82. Chap- 
lain to the Khyber Field Force (.Afghan campaign), 1879-81. 
Principal of the Hebrew Missionary College, London, 1880-2. 
V. of Tw>'ford with Hungerton, Leics., 1882-6. Minister of 
the Jews' Episcopal Chapel, 1886. C. of Newton, Cambs., 
1888-90. Founder and Principal of Ayerst Hostel, Cam- 
bridge, 1884-96. Elected Bishop, as successor to Bishop 
Colenso — by some congregations called 'The Church of 
England' in Natal, 1902 — a scheme strongly opposed by 
the Archbishop of Canterbury; resigned without being con- 
secrated. A consistent and strong evangelical. Author, 
religious. Died Apr. 6, 1904, in London. Father of George H. 
(1882), William (next), Charles E. (1887) and Cecil F. (1894). 
(Venn, 11. 290; D.N.B., 2nd Suppl.) 

AYERST, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, Oct. 7, 
1879. S. and h. of Wilham (above), chaplain at Murra, 
Punjab, India. B. .Aug. 30, i860, at Calcutta. School, 
Tonbridge. Matric. Michs. 1879; Scholar, 1880; B..\. 1883; 
M.A. 1887. Afterwards at Ayerst Hostel. Joined the Prince 
of Wales' North Staffordshire Regt., 1884. Transferred to the 
Indian Army, 1885. Burma Commission, 1886-91. Received 
the thanks of the Commander-in-Chief, Bombay, for field 
sketching in SomaUland, 1886; and of the G.O.C., ist Brigade, 
Burma Field Force, for extensive field sketching. Capt., 
1895; Major (i20th Rajputana Infantry), 1902; Lieut. -Col., 
1910; retired, 1910. Thanked by the Agent to the Governor- 
General for pohtical services in Central India, 1899. Of 
Kites' Croft, Westbury-sub-Mendip, Somerset. Took an 
active interest in missionary work. Began singlehanded a 
work for the circulation of the Bible in Braille in the East. 
This subsequently developed into the Braille Missionary 
Union. Died Aug. 1934, aged 74. Brother of Charles E. 
(1887), etc. (Tonbridge Sck. Reg.; The Times, Sept. 1, 1934.) 

AYERST, WILLIAM GUNSLEY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at 
Trinity, Dec. 29, 1774. S. of Robert, of Canterbury, Kent. 
[Probably Robert Gunsley Ayerst, M.A. (Oxon.) 1744.] 
School, Rochester, Kent (Mr Thompson). Matric. Lent, 
1776; B..\. 1780; M.A. 1783. R. of Eastbridge, Kent, 
1784-90. Died Sept. 10, 1790. (Cant. Act Bk.) 

AYLES, HERBERT HENRY BAKER. Adm. pens, at St John's, 
Oct. 14, 1882. S. of Peter Weston, shipbuilder. B. Aug. 3, 
1861, at Dorset Place, Wyke Regis, Dorset. Bapt. Aug. 4, 
1861. Matric. Michs. 1882; Scholar, 1885; Prizeman; Theol. 
Trip., Pt I, ist Class, 1885; Pt II, ist Class, 1886; B..\. 1885; 
M.A. 1889; B.D. 1899; D.D. 1905. Tyrwhitt Hebrew 
Scholar, 1888. Ord. deacon, 1886; priest (Ely) 1887; C. of 
St Sepulchre's, Cambridge, 1886-8. V. of Homingsey, 
Cambs., 1888-1901. Select Preacher, Cambridge, 1889. R. of 
Barrow, Suffolk, 1901-36-. Proctor in Convocation, Ely, 
1906-10. Hon. Canon of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich, 
1916-36-. Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of St Edmunds- 
bury, 1921-. Rural Dean of Thingoe, 1929-36-. Sometime 
Examiner for University Scholarships. Married and had 
issue. Author, Destination, Date and Authorship of the 
Epistle to the Hebrews; A Critical Commentary on Genesis, 11. 
4-111. 25. (Crockford, 1938.) 

AYLIFF, EDWIN HORACE SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity 
Hall, 1879. S. and h. of Jonathan, Esq., of Grahamstown, 
Cape of Good Hope. Matric. Michs. 1880; B..\. 1884. Adm. 
at the Middle Temple, Apr. 21, 1880. Called to the Bar, 
1884. Of Grahamstown, Cape Colony, South Africa, 1937. 
(Middle Temple Adm. Bk.; Law List, 1937-) 

AYLIFFE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St John's, May 3, 1796. 
Of Ireland. Matric. Michs. 1797; B.A. 1800. Name off June, 
1803. 

AYLING, EDWARD. Adm. at Selwyn H., Oct. 10, 1882. B. 
Dec. 20, 1853. Matric. Michs. 1882; B.A. 1885; M.A. 1889. 
Ord. deacon, 1885; priest (Chichester) 1886; C. of Heathfield, 
Sussex, 1885-7. Held other curacies, 1887-1915. V. of 
Whitwell, 1915-22; remained without cure. Lived latterly 



Aylmer, Thomas Brabazon 

at 38, Talbot Road, Highgate, N. 6. Died there Jan. 10, 
1937, aged 83. (Crockford; Selwyn Coll. Cal., 1934-5; The 
Times, Jan. 12, 1937.) 
AYLING, WILLIAM BOCK. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene, 
July 15, 1886. S. of Frederick William, of 4, Grange Terrace, 
Weymouth. B. Aug. 30, 1867. School, Weymouth College. 
Matric. Michs. 1886; Scholar. Entered the Indian Civil Service, 
1886. Assistant Collector at Madras, 1889. Head Assistant, 
1895-1901. Sub-Collector, 1900. Collector and District 
Magistrate, 1901-3. District and Sessions Judge, 1904-10. 
A puisne Judge of the High Court of Judicature, Madras, 
1912-24; retired. Knighted, 1915. During the Great War, 
Lieut., Indian Defence Force, 1917-18. Married and had 
issue. Of Graeme Lodge, Berkhamsted. (Burke, Knightage; 
Kelly, Handbook, 1938; Who's Who, 1939.) 
AYLMER, ARTHUR FITZGERALD HARRISON. Adm. pens, 
at Trinity, June 24, 1867. Did not reside. [S. and h. of 
John Harrison (1829), of Walworth Castle, Co. Durham. 
B. Jan. 26, 1850.] Killed, with his parents, Aug. 20, 1868, 
in the .\bergele railway accident. Brother of Edmund K. G. 
(1877) and Gerald P. V. (1874). (Burke, L.G.) 
AYLMER, EDMUND KENDAL GRIMSTONE. Adm. pens, at 
Trinity, May 31, 1877. 4th s. of John Harrison (1829), of 
Aycliffe, Darhngton, Durham. B. Aug. 19, 1859, at Durham. 
School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1877. Entered the Army. 
Served in Egypt, 1882-4; in the Nile Expedition, 1884-5. 
Served in the South African War, 1899-1902. C.B., 1902. 
During the Great War, Commander of a Reserve Regt., 
1914; Lieut. -Col. and Brevet-Col., late 19th Hussars. Died 
unmarried Mar. 28, 1931, aged 71. Brother of Arthur F. H. 
(1867), etc. (Burke, P. and B.) 
AYLMER, GEORGE WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar 
from Eton, Aug. 10, 1796. Of London. S. and h. of Thomas, 
Esq., of the Middle Temple. Bapt. Mar. 6, 1777, at St 
Clement Danes. Matric. Easter, 1798; B..\. i8oi; M.A. 1804. 
Fellow, 1799-1814. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 21, 1800. 
Called to the Bar, 1804. Of Mowden Hall, Essex. Married 

, dau. of Col. Ellison. Died Nov. 14, 1853, at Brighton. 

(Eton Coll. Reg.) 
AYLMER, GERALD PERCY VIVIAN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, 
Sept. 24, 1874. 3rd s. of John Harrison (1829), of Aychffe, 
Darlington, Durham. B. July 8, 1856, at Walworth Castle, 
Durham. School, Eton. Matric. Michs. 1874. Of Walworth 
Castle, Co. Durham, and of Farchynis, Dolgelly, North Wales 
(lived there latteriy). J. P. and D.L. for Durham. High 
Sheriff, 1887. Served in the South .\frican War, 1899-1900. 
Undertook many adventurous expeditions in Africa. Travelled 
with F. L. and William D. James and E. Lort-Phillips. 
Crossed the unknown Horn of Africa and reached the Webbe 
ShibeU River. Kept diaries (unpubhshed) and made obser- 
vations on natural history and native tribes. .\n expert 
mechanic ; worked in wood and metals in a fully equipped 
workshop at Dolgelly. Also a keen fisherman and yachtsman. 
Died unmarried Dec. 20, 1936. Brother of Arthur F. H. 
(1867), etc (The Times, Jan. 1, 1937.) 
AYLMER, JOHN ALG